Get the Recipe: KitchenAid Demonstration May 7 & 8


Thank you for stopping by our KitchenAid demonstration last weekend! We hope you had a chance to see just how easy homemade pizza can be with the KitchenAid stand mixer and King Arthur Flour pizza dough mix. Want to recreate our demo at home? Continue reading for the recipe.

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The biggest concerns about pizza that we hear are about kneading and baking. The KitchenAid stand mixer is no stranger to kneading – a dough hook comes standard and it’s designed to quickly and efficiently knead your dough into shape, while saving you time and energy. Capable of creating a dry, high heat, the Big Green Egg ceramic grill and ceramic pizza stone are your at-home pizza oven! Don’t have a Big Green Egg? Stop in to one of our stores to learn more.

Pizza with the KitchenAid stand mixer and the Big Green Egg!

Follow the instructions for your King Arthur Flour pizza dough mix to combine ingredients using the paddle attachment on your KitchenAid stand mixer. Don’t forget to switch to the dough hook to make kneading the dough a breeze. Continue following the instructions on the mix to shape your crust.20160508 - Pizza Demo.5

While the dough is rising, prepare your ceramic grill. Light the charcoal in your Big Green Egg with the vents completely open, the ConvEGGtor Platesetter set with the legs up, and the cooking grid placed on top. When the temperature approaches 375 degrees, begin shutting the bottom air intake and upper damper to hover between 425 and 450 degrees for the duration of the cook.

Top your pizza with the tomato sauce of your choosing, about 8 ounces of cheese, and 1 sliced bell pepper.

Bake, according to mix instructions, in your Big Green Egg – about 15-22 minutes.

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Check out our upcoming demo schedule, here.