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  • Left over Tipo 00 dough

    Happy Thanksgiving

    Does anyone have a reccomendation for something to do with, other than freezing, the leftover Tipo 00 dough when done making pizza. What happens if you try to bake it like bread?

    Thanks

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    Re: Left over Tipo 00 dough

    Erasmo,

    Although we don't use the Tipo 00 flour, we always use any left over dough for either pita's, or Calazon's (then refrigerated and used for lunch the next day) which will also use up some of the left over toppings.

    JED

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    • #3
      Re: Left over Tipo 00 dough

      Leftover dough balls make nice dinner rolls. A 203 gram ball makes a big roll or two small ones.
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      • #4
        Re: Left over Tipo 00 dough

        ERASMO
        try rolling it out, spreading a little butter or margarine on it, sprinkle it with dried fruit (I use sultanas) and a little cinnamon and maybe sugar to taste, roll it up tight and cut 1/2" to 3/4" diagonal strips, lay out on aluminium foil (easier to handle the volume) and cook as a pizza.
        They go over great with the crew as there is always room for a liltle sweets!

        Neill
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        • #5
          Re: Left over Tipo 00 dough

          I roll my left over dough out to maybe bit less than 1cm thick cut into palm sized pieces and fry it in good olive oil till golden and puffy.... yum
          I like it with a little sea salt my wife likes sugar on hers.

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          • #6
            Re: Left over Tipo 00 dough

            Neill,
            As I have stated before, I've never been partial to fruity dessert pizzas. I've seen too many that were nothing more than an over sugared fruit slurry on pizza dough - not very creative or appetizing, actually bastardizing (sorry) the good name of pizza.

            I must say, your idea for the extra dough sounds quite innovative and even more...TASTY. I will be giving it a try.....thanks for sharing
            RT

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