You’ll need a mixer, a doughnut cutter, a saucepan, and a large bowl.
Mix together the ingredients and set aside.
Mix up the doughnut and place it in the bowl of the mixer.
You’ll want to add a bit more flour to the dough if it’s a thicker dough.
Once it’s mixed up, pour it into the bowl and start beating it.
If you want to make a thick dough, make sure you use a large, circular, circular bowl.
You can also mix up the ingredients into a little ball and place that in the pan, too.
When it’s ready, you can shape the dough into an oval shape, but if you want a thinner dough, put the dough in a round ball.
Once the dough is shaped, it will need to be cut into little pieces and shaped.
You will need a baking sheet and a pizza cutter.
The pizza cutter is the only tool you’ll need to cut up the pizza dough into pizza slices.
Put a piece of dough into the cutter and press it against the dough with your hand.
You should get a dough that’s about 1/2-inch thick.
Once you get the dough to the right shape, add a second piece of flour.
Once both pieces of dough are the right thickness, press them together with the dough cutter and the pizza cutter will cut the dough.
You want to shape the slices into a rectangular shape, so add more flour if it feels too thin.
The dough should be nice and smooth, but not too soft.
You don’t want the slices to be too wet or too dry.
Bake the pizza slices at 400°F for about 10 minutes, or until they’re golden brown.
Once they’re done, remove them from the oven and let them cool in the cooling rack.
Recipe by FourFour2