Search for perfection Pizza dough (recipe)

Tonight it was Pizza time again! I’ve been searching for the perfect pizza dough for a while now and I think I finally found out! It was worth the search for perfection (at least my perfection). I based my recipe on the one by pitmaster x. Latest changes I tried were using a little less oil and a little more salt and sugar which improved the flavours to me. With these Pizza’s I made the choice to roll them verry thin. I like a nice tin crust with the delicate Asparagus and Scampi. With less delicate products I make them by hand leading to a thicker bodom. I made these today:

Ingredients:

– 680 gr. 00 flour

– 10 gr. dry yeast

– 120 gr. lukewarm water

– 8 gr. sugar

– 10 gr. olive oil

– 15 gr. salt

– 300 ml. water

Preparation:

1. Activate the yeast in 120 ml. water for about 10 min.

2. Add 8 gr. sugar, 10 gr. olive oil and 15 gr. salt to 680gr. flour and mix through

3. Add the activated yeast and 300 ml. water while kneading the dough (+- 10 – 15 minutes). The dough should be elastic and sticky before you let it rise.

4. Place a wet towel over the dough and let it rise for about 4 hours in the refrigerator. The dough is ready when it keeps its form when you poke it! You can do this part faster outside the refrigerator. It takes about a half hour to an hour.

5. Seperate the dough in four equal parts, roll them out add toppings and have a great meal!

Searching for toppings inspiration?

Pizza Asparagus and Brie

Pizza grilled Scampi Zucchinni

Pizza Chorizo and Oyster Mushroom

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