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What Is Liquid Crust Pizza?
By Chase Shustack
With people arguing over how sweet they like their pizza sauce or what type of cheese goes best on a pizza, it's easy to forget the importance of the crust — the literal foundation of any good pizza, be it deep-dish, thin-crust, or liquid crust. Upon hearing liquid crust, you may imagine a raw dough-like soupy, wet crust, but that's not the case.
"Liquid crust" is a term for a type of pizza dough that can be made within minutes without any kneading. Food NDTV's version of a "liquid crust" is prepared by creating a sticky "batter" using flour, curds, sugar, and salt, which is then spread across a well-oiled tawa or a non-stick flat pan and covered for two to three minutes before being flipped to cook both sides all the way through.
Once the "crust" has almost baked through, spread your sauce, cheese, and toppings on top, and cover it for two minutes until the cheese melts. has a similar recipe called "crazy crust," which uses milk, eggs, and flour instead of curds, and while this isn't a traditional crust, it's a much quicker and easier method for making pizza if you need it ready in a few minutes.