I am a total novice baker, and, inspired by the arrival of my first CSA box, I would like to try making my own flatbread as a base for some of the goodies in the basket. I'd like to bake it in the oven on a pizza stone (I know grilling is delicious, but for a variety of reasons the oven is more convenient for me right now). I have found a number of recipes, but one thing I'm not quite clear on: I am wondering if I should par bake the dough before adding raw toppings or if it can all be assembled raw and cooked at one time, as I've done with raw pizza dough I've bought at TJs. Toppings, in case it's relevant, include thin-sliced summer squash, mozzarella, and maybe a little red onion.
Kristen W. is a trusted home cook.asked over 3 years ago
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