Pizza dough #4
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Pizza dough #4
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:18:13 AM. Recipe ID 48981. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Pizza dough #4
 Categories: Pizza
      Yield: 6 Servings
    3/4 c  Warm water (110-115 degrees)
      1 pk Active dry yeast
      3    To 3-1/2 C flour
    1/4 c  Olive oil
    1/2 ts Salt
    1/2 ts Sugar
  Ok, let's start with the basics dough. For this recipe
  there are only a few pieces of equipment you will need to have. Youll
  need a large mixing bowl and a wooden spoon (make sure it's a WOODEN
  Begin by warming the mixing bowl by running warm water into it. It is
  important that the bowl be warmed for proper rising of the dough.
  Pour the water into the bowl and sprinkle in the yeast. Stir gently
  with fork until yeast is dissolved and mixture is a light beige in
  Add the olive oil, sugar and salt and stir gently until well mixed.
  Slowly add the flour, one cup at a time and mix into the liquid with
  wooden spoon. When the dough begins to pull away from the side of the
  bowl, flour your counter area and begin to knead in remaining flour.
  When the dough is no longer sticky, STOP working the dough!
  Overworking the dough will tend to make it tough after cooking.
  Place dough back into the mixing bowl and allow it to rise for at
  least one hour.
  The dough should now be ready for use. This dough is designed for
  "thick" crust or deep dish pizza but will work just as well for
  stuffed pizza.
  A few tips for making can use a food processor or mixer
  to make the dough but you will find it is better (not to mention
  easier) to work the dough by hand. DO NOT use water above 115 degrees
  as this may kill the yeast. You can get by with a one hour rise of
  the dough but to eliminate the yeast flavor it is best to allow the
  dough to go through several rises. After an hour or so punch into the
  middle of the dough to cause it to "fall", repeat this process two or
  three times before rolling (or spreading if you're talented ) the
  dough. Be careful how much you "work" the dough, the goal is

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Recipe ID 48981 (Apr 03, 2005)

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