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Prep Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Servings: 1

Cost: $21.70 /serving

Ingredients

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Step 1

Place 1 ¾ cups of lukewarm water in a mixing bowl and sprinkle the yeast over the water. Let the yeast dissolve in the water, which should take about two minutes.

Step 2

Add flour, salt, and infused olive oil and mix for about five minutes until the flour is incorporated and the dough is formed.

Step 3

Dust your countertop with some flour and place the dough on top. Knead the dough lightly for about 3-4 minutes until it looks smooth and then cut it into four equal pieces.

Step 4

Wrap both of the dough pieces in plastic bags and refrigerate for several hours or overnight.

Step 5

Take the dough pieces and form them into smooth, firm balls on a flour-dusted or parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Cover with plastic wrap and a kitchen towel and let rise in a warm spot for about 30 minutes. Each dough ball should rise and double in size.

Step 6

Now that your dough balls are ready, roll each one out to about 10 inches diameter and about ½ inch thick. Make sure not to work the dough too hard. Prepare whatever toppings, sauce, and cheese you want to use. About one-third to one-half of a cup of tomato sauce and the same amount of cheese should be enough to cover one pizza

Step 7

If you have a pizza stone, place it on a rack in the lower half of the oven. Preheat the oven to 475°F (245°C) and bake the pizza for about 10-15 minutes, keeping a close eye on things so that the crust doesn’t overcook.