No-Knead Pizza Dough

Jan Scott November 4, 2016

There’€™s no denying that pizza is a popular dinner in my house, and while I love to serve it up on Friday nights just before we head out to my son’€™s late-night hockey game, I’€™m actually partial to making it mid-week when the leftovers can easily double as lunch for the next day.

As we all know, buying store-bought dough is a perfectly acceptable way of starting off your weeknight pizza feasts, but believe it or not, there are days when I feel really lazy and making a no-knead version takes two minutes (really!), which is less time than I would need to make a stop at the store. I stir together the four ingredients required, cover the bowl, and let it rest for three hours, or until I need it for dinner. If you’€™re home during the day you can do this when you’€™re making lunch, and if you’€™re out, stir together a batch while you’€™re making breakfast.

This recipe makes enough for one large or two smaller-sized pizzas. In fact, it feeds my family of hungry teen eaters with extras for the next day’€™s lunch. If you have younger children you may not need the entire batch, so feel free to freeze one half of the divided dough for another day. I like to store mine in a ziptop bag lightly coated with olive oil, but a lidded container also works well.

Are you a fan of homemade pizza? How about no-knead dough? Let us know if you give this version a try.

Find the full printable recipe here: Jim Lahey’€™s No-Knead Pizza Dough

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