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School Cafeteria Pourable Pizza Crust (USDA school lunch recipe - 1988)Makes 1 half-sheetpan (13" x 18" x 1")Makes 10 servingsFor best results, have all ingredients and utensils at room temperature.
Preheat oven to 475° F.1 3/4 teaspoons active dry yeast2 2/3 cups (11.25 oz) Enriched all-purpose flour 3/4 cup (1.85 oz) Instant nonfat dry milk 2 1/2 (1 oz) Tablespoons Sugar 1/4 tsp Salt 1 1/4 teaspoons Vegetable oil 1 2/3 cups Water, warm (130° F) 2 Tablespoons (1/2 oz) Cornmeal 1. Mix dry yeast, flour, dry milk, sugar, and salt together.2. Add oil to dry mixture mix for 4 minutes on low speed.3. Add water to dry ingredients. Mix for 10 minutes on medium speed. Batter will be lumpy.4. For 10 servings, lightly coat 1 half-sheet pan (13" x 18" x 1") with pan release spray. Sprinkle half-sheet pan with 1/2 oz (approximately 2 Tbsp) cornmeal.5. Pour or spread 1 lb 11 1/2 oz (1 qt 1/2 cup) into each half-sheet pan. Let stand for 20 minutes6. Prebake until crust is set:Conventional oven: 475° F for 10 minutesConvection oven: 425° F for 7 minutes7. Top each prebaked crust with desired topping.8. Bake until heated through and cheese is melted:Conventional oven: 475° F for 10-15 minutesConvection oven: 425° F for 5 minutes9. Portion by cutting each half-sheet pan 2 x 5 (10 pieces per pan).SERVING:1 piece provides 2 servings of grains/breads. YIELD: about 1 lb 11 1/2 ozSpecial Tip:To use high-activity (instant) yeast, follow manufacturer's instructions.
Old cooking measurements: drop, pinch, dash, dessert-spoonful, salt-spoonful, size of a walnut, size of an egg, teacupful, coffee-cupful, wine-glassful, tumblerful, Handful.
i wanted to learn that how to make Pourable Pizza Crust for School Cafeteria .keep shearing your ideas.thanks
I finally made this crust this week. I didn't have dry milk powder on hand so had to buy some. I will say the crust is easy to make, but a little sweeter that I thought it should be. If I make again I will decrease the amount of sugar. I prefer my usual crust, which is more "bread-like". One hint---for topping on half of the pizza I used my homemade salsa. I think I liked that better than the pizza sauce I used.
Thank you for sharing your idea.I really love pizza, do you have other ideas of overload pizza?
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