Easy thin crust pizza

While normally I focus on technical things, if you truly know me, you know I love peperoni pizza and thin crust as well.

Here’s a quick and lazy(easy) way to make pizza:

Items needed:
Hardtack rolling pin
Rhodes Rolls
– Baking Sheet
– Sauce
– Toppings (eg: peperoni, cheese)
– Flour

Optional: Cooking Spray, parchment paper

Set out a set of 2-4 frozen rolls per person you would like to serve in a bowl or pan. Spray the pan with cooking spray, or sprinkle some flour on the rolls so they do not stick to each other. Let them warm for 1 hour. You can speed this process up by placing the pan by the vent of your stove and turning the oven on to slowly warm the dough.

After the dough has thawed and risen, sprinkle some flour on the roll or rolling pin so it doesn’t stick and is easy to work with.

Pre-heat your oven to 500-550 degrees.

Roll out the dough so it is thin enough it’s nearly transparent. The finished pizza will end up about 2x the thickness of what you roll out. Roll away from yourself, rotate and flip the dough and repeat until you reach a size of around 7-8 inches.

Put the dough on a cookie sheet, Apply sauce and your toppings and cook for 5 minutes or until the crust starts to be golden.

If you are making many of these, beware you can easily end up with the process of rolling out 2 rolls taking the entire 5 minutes of baking time, so an assistant may be helpful.

I find a kid eats 1-2 of these pizzas and an adult 2-4.

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