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It's possible to use a dough press to form dough skins for this type of pizza, but it takes some extra effort, says Tom Lehmann.
You can replace some or all of the regular flour in your dough formulation with whole-wheat flour, but the taste difference might be noticeable.
Pizza chefs Brian Hernandez and Marco D’emidio demonstrate the unique qualities of Polselli Classica “00” flour and cook up some delicious pies. (Sponsored Content)
Chef Brian prepares an amazing Mushroom, Spinach & Goat Cheese Pizza using Authentic Foods' gluten-free crust mix and a recipe from Patrick Maggi of Pasquale’s Deli. (Sponsored Content)
If your pizza crust won’t stay crispy after it’s baked, keep these tips in mind to better control moisture.
As the Dough Doctor explains, the wrong dough temperature can lead to problems in the cooler.
Tom “The Dough Doctor” Lehmann explains how to make sure your pizza dough is properly mixed.
Beyond adding flavor to the finished crust, these ingredients affect dough’s handling properties, crust color and more.
The type of yeast that you use—whether fresh, instant dry or active dry—makes a difference in the dough mixing process.
Follow these tips from Tom “The Dough Doctor” Lehmann to get your money’s worth from your leftover dough.