How to Make A Pizza Dough?

Making your pizza at home cannot be any easier when you have the perfect dough for it. Here’s the ingredients and the steps to make a medium size pizza. 

Ingredients for the Dough:

Two Cups of Flour

Two tablespoons of Vegetable Oil

Pinch of Salt

One Tablespoon of Yeast

One Cup of Warm Water

How to make the Dough:

Put the flour in the bowl.

Add the vegetable oil and salt to the flour.

Mix the yeast in a cup of warm water. Do this until the yeast dissolves.

Add the water and yeast mix into the bowl.

Using your hand, mix all the ingredients in the bowl.

Start kneading the dough until it turns into one piece of sticky dough.

Warm the dough by covering the bowl towels and/or blanket. The dough must get to 85F. Keep it covered for 30 minutes.

Or if you are in a hurry, heat the oven and place the dough in it after turning it off for 10 minutes.  It is now ready to use.

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7 Responses to How to Make A Pizza Dough?

  1. Peripatetic Eric says:

    We love pizza! Good tip about rising the dough in the oven.

  2. If I wanted to add any herbs/seasonings, would it be right before kneading? Do you have any recommendations on what would be best to use/not use?

    • J Reese says:

      I think it depends on your preferences. Some people prefer to have empty dough and make the toppings rich in flavors. From what I normally do, I will mix the herbs it before kneading and make sure it is not too overwhelmed ie too much. The black seed is what I normally put besides cumin seed 🙂

      Hope that helps,
      – J R

    • Eat-O-Live says:

      If you like adding the herbs and seasoning to the dough, add it with the water before kneading it. I usually like adding my herbs and seasoning to the tomato sauce that I top the pizza with. I love ground thyme and basil with Pizza. Hope that helps!
      Sandy

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