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So I have cooked pizza four times now and its always been pretty good.I've used AP flour and the martha stewart basic dough recipie that I saw on here awhile back.My problem is the pizza toppings do not cook enough as we generally like the toppings charred almost like put under a oven broiler for a minute or two.I usually cook at 500-525 for about 8-10 minutes atop the adj rig extender so i'm as high in the dome as I can get.How do I get a a crispy crust and toppings that are cooked a little more without burning the pie??? Lower temp for longer or do I need different four and increase the temp?? Usually we top with chesse ,pepperoni,mushroom,onion and green pepper.
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