Begin by rolling out the pizza dough to 1/8 inch. Since you are using a thin pizza crust, you don’t need to roll it out too much. Make sure you roll it enough to adjust cone cutter twice, and you end up with two pizza cones.
Remove the excess dough after slicing the cones. Don’t through away the leftovers. You can use them to make bread sticks
Once the dough is cut, you need to moisten the edges with water. Then, fold the dough in half so that the edges meet with each other.
Press down the seam with your fingers gently, and then use the crimper to seal the seam. You can do this by running the crimper along the edges of the folded dough.
Your cones are now ready; let them rest for 15-20 minutes.
While the cones are resting, preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are using an old oven or there are some issues with your oven’s thermometer, we suggest you use an external thermometer to check the oven’s temperature.
Once the dough is firm, make cones from it. Be very careful and gentle here. Exerting extra force and working too hard on the cones can destroy the shape and firmness of the cones. You have to make sure that they have enough stability to hold the ingredients.
Bake the cones for 5-7 minutes or until the cones get brown. The best way to ensure that cones are not overcooked is to stay near the oven while cones are being baked.
Remove the cones and let them cool. Wait for the time until you can touch them with your bare hands.
Now place the cones in the pizza cone stand and add all the ingredients.
Place the cones stand in the oven and bake for 22-30 minutes or until the cones get golden. Make sure you stay near the oven while baking.
Remove the cone stand, take out the pizza cones and enjoy a delicious meal.