Pizza Dough. Our Healthy Pizza Crusts are always made with freshly sprouted whole grains. Angelic Bakehouse is free of milk, eggs, fish, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, & sesame. We use all-purpose flour because double zero is hard to find.
Ingredients of Pizza Dough
- Prepare 4 cups of flour.
- Prepare 1 tsp of sugar.
- Prepare 2 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 1 package of yeast.
- Prepare 2 Tbsp of oil, additional 2 Tbsp oil.
- Prepare 1.5 cups of water warm 110 F.
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Pizza Dough step by step
- Mix flour, salt, sugar yeast and mix together. Gradually add water and 2 Tbsp of oil. Mix until dough ball forms. If dough is too dry add water 1 Tbsp at a time until ball forms, if too wet at 1 Tbsp at a time of flour until not sticky..
- Knead dough of floured surface until ball is smooth. Maybe a minute. Place in bowl and coat with additional 2 Tbsp of oil. Cover and let raise for 1 hour in warm place..
- Once dough has doubled in size punch to let air out. Divide into 2 equal dough balls. Use both or freeze..
- Roll dough out to desired thickness, on parchment paper. Put on pizza sauce, and toppings of choice..
- Cook at 450F for 10-15 minutes based on pizza size. Look for cheese to bubble in middle of pie for doneness. If using a pizza stone let preheat for 1 hour prior in oven..
The ingredients in this homemade pizza dough recipe include bread flour, sugar, dry yeast, salt, water and olive oil. Quick and easy pizza dough, no kneading required. See the recipe plus a helpful video and have homemade pizza in under an hour. The dough: Because pizza dough is made from just a few common ingredients, the ratios of flour to water and yeast to salt make a big difference in the final dough. I mapped out these ingredients (as shown in the chart above) and found that doughs with a higher ratio of water to flour and longer rise times made for easier-to-shape, more-flavorful doughs.