Follow this Easy Homemade Whole Wheat Pizza Crust recipe to make a delicious pizza in your own kitchen
Easy Homemade Whole Wheat Pizza Crust
Making a pizza homemade, in your own kitchen, is not as hard as someone may think that it is.
This pizza crust recipe uses whole wheat flour. Whole wheat flour is preferred by some for various reasons. However, any similar flour can be used in this recipe as well.
The trick to making a perfect pizza crust is knowing how to get the right consistency of ingredients.
When the right consistency of ingredients is found, the dough for the crust will be light and fluffy with no stickiness. The dough will also have a wonderful smell.
Making a crust yourself may seem to take a lot of time.
Allowing the dough to rise is important for the process. The perfect rise is important to the taste of the pizza as a whole.
This whole wheat pizza crust recipe also calls for no added oils.
While some pizza crust recipes call for olive oil to be added, this one does not. This crust is a delicious crust just the same however.
Salt is added to this recipe.
Salt gives a bit of taste to the crust that is a nice complement to the whole wheat flour. When added in the correct amounts, salt can improve the texture and fermentation of the dough, making the kneading and fermenting process even better. On the downside, too much salt in the crust can hinder these attributes. You know that you have added too much salt when the dough becomes hard to knead and the dough rises slower than it should.
The recipe for my Easy Homemade Whole Wheat Pizza Crust
Using a stand mixer with a hook, making this pizza crust is so much easier to do.