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Ok what’s the secret to homemade pizza crust ours is always soggy

Ok what’s the secret to homemade pizza crust ours is always soggy

thank for the original creator Sue Smith

45 thoughts on “Ok what’s the secret to homemade pizza crust ours is always soggy”

  1. Kristy Feddersen

    Do you poke the crust with a fork and Bake for about 3 min before adding any toppings?

  2. Amber Hitchcock

    Stab it and partially bake before you add nothing on top! I bake at 425° for 10 minutes.

    Then add suave and toppings and bake another 10-15 mins at 425°

  3. Courtney Johnson

    Possibly overdoing the toppings? I read the back of a pizza crust bag earlier today and it was like “putting more than a cup of toppings on pizza May cause it to get soggy”.

  4. Vanessa Reiser

    I always prebake my crust before I put the toppings on. I don’t really time it, just let it go until the top of the dough starts to look dry and set and not wet anymore. Maybe 10-12 minutes if I had to guess. Then I add my sauce and toppings and bake for the recommended amount of time.

  5. I swear I was struggling with crust until I started using a cast iron. Slightly cook my dough on the stove top and then pop it straight into the oven

  6. Can’t make a great pizza without a pizza stone!! A small price for incredible results 😋😋😋

  7. Catherine DeGroff

    Stab it a few hundred times witha fork then put it in the oven a little bit then sauce and toppings.

  8. Corinne Hale Broxson

    Brush pan with olive oil then sprinkle with corn meal before putting the pizza crust on it . Form crust then bake at high temp
    For a few minutes after pricking with a
    fork . Then after pre baking the crust -pull
    it out if oven . Spread with pizza sauce ,
    Then cheese then add toppings

  9. Susan Michelle

    Poke holes in bottom crust, spread lil oil n under the crust on the pan spread corn meal, bake 10-15 mins with nothing on it, take out add toppings then put bake 375 about 15-20mins. Perfectly crusty

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