Pizza dough (with yeast). It's pizza dough, not exactly glamorous or sexy and it was honestly pretty boring to photograph (how do you make a ball of dough look fun and appealing in pictures, please tell me!). But as someone who has struggled with baking even the most simple recipes with yeast, perfecting this pizza dough was. No Yeast Pizza Dough Recipe with step by step photos.
Surprisingly, he found nothing wrong with this yeast free pizza dough. The guy just ate his pizza, commented that the dough was awesome, and there were zero. For your next pizza night at home, make Bobby Flay's homemade Pizza Dough recipe from Food Network, and finish it with your favorite toppings. You can cook Pizza dough (with yeast) using 6 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Pizza dough (with yeast)
- It’s 550 ml of cold water.
- Prepare 5 grams of yeast (not dry).
- It’s 20 grams of salt.
- Prepare 20 grams of granulated sugar.
- You need 100 ml of olive oil, extra virgin.
- You need 1 kg of flour (tipo 00).
Combine the bread flour, sugar, yeast and kosher salt in the bowl of a stand mixer and combine. Stir until it forms a ball. If dough is stiff, add more water. The dough will be soft, not sticky.
Pizza dough (with yeast) instructions
- Dissolve the yeast in the cold water.
- Mix salt, sugar and olive oil with the yeasty water.
- Pour in the flour and mix (with a machine) until it forms a dough .. Takes appx. 5 minutes for me.
- Divide the dough into 6 lumps for normal size pizzas, or 4 for large size pizzas. Wrap each dough individually in cellophane leaving a little room for the dough to rise..
- Refrigerate for at least 24 hours before use, after this the dough is perfect for freezing – just defrost in refrigerator for 24 hours before use.
This No Yeast Pizza Dough is the quickest, easiest way to make fresh, homemade pizza for your family. I used my KitchenAid Mixer with the dough hook. Once the pizza is rolled out, form a crust with your hands if you want. Lightly oil the pizza and poke some holes in the bottem with a fork to prevent air bubbles. You know the saying "an apple doesn't fall far from the tree", well I have to say in a lot of cases it is right on the mark.