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Pizza Dough Recipe with "00" Flour

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  • Pizza Dough Recipe with "00" Flour

    Does anyone have a pizza recipe using Italian "00" flour that you could share with me?? Thanks in advance.

    Crickt

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    Re: Pizza Dough Recipe with "00" Flour

    On FB home page they have a link to a good recipe.

    Pizza Dough | Italian Pizza Dough | Authentic Pizza Dough

    I would cut the salt in half and you could increase the yeast if you want.
    RCLake

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      Re: Pizza Dough Recipe with "00" Flour

      RC Lake,

      Thanks for the recipe. I already tried this one with 4 teasp. salt and 2-1/2 teasp. yeast. It produced a very nice thin crust pizza. I agree with cutting the salt in half.

      Any other good recipes????

      Cricket

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        Re: Pizza Dough Recipe with "00" Flour

        Hi,
        did you use dry yeast? Too much 2 1/2 tsp, I usually make a batch of dough for 3 pizzas, I use 1/2 tsp sea salt and 1/2 tsp dry yeast, 600g flour and 400g water, let it proof 2 or 3 hrs, then make the doughballs and let it rise about 6 to 8 hrs. Now I use motherdough or sourdough from Italy and a tiny bit of wet yeast like 1/8 tsp. I use the same recipe for bread and you can't believe how soft it comes out and very hydrated.

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          Re: Pizza Dough Recipe with "00" Flour

          Serf,

          Your pizza sounds great. Yes, I used dry yeast. Next time, I will definitely cut down on the yeast and also the salt. I used that much yeast, because most regular pizza recipes call for one envelope of dry active yeast which equals 2-1/2 teaspoons. I don't know how to convert to grams and metric so I use cups and teaspoons. Thanks for your reply.

          Cricket

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