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A Guide to Choosing Pizza Dough Flour
Bread flour is the ideal flour for making homemade pizza dough. In this recipe, all-purpose flour can be used in place of bread flour, but bread flour contains more gluten and produces a crispier crust.
How Can You Tell If Your Yeast Is Active?
Pizza dough is a yeasted dough that requires active dry yeast. Make sure the yeast packaging's expiration date is checked! It's possible that yeast that's been around for more than a decade is no longer usable.

If the yeast does not foam or bloom after 10 minutes in water, as specified in the first step of the process, it is most likely dead. It's crucial to use live, active yeast. How much flour do you need to measure for this Pizza Dough Recipe?
The results may not be correct if you measure your flour with a different scoop (we fluff the flour, lightly scoop it, and level with a knife). As a result, before pouring the flour into the measuring cup, I strongly suggest you to weigh it. This is the only way to ensure that you get an exact measurement every time.
When Should the Dough Be Set Aside?
Heat an oven tray or a pizza stone to the suitable temperature.
Place a pizza stone in the centre of your oven's lowest rack. After being left alone for at least half an hour, preferably an hour, the oven should be preheated to 475 degrees Fahrenheit. You can cook your pizza on a broad baking sheet or in a pizza pan if you don't have access to a pizza stone.
Only the freshest ingredients are used to make these pizzas.
Because some pizza toppings will not finish cooking before the pizza, they must be prepared first. Make sure uncooked meat is sufficiently cooked before using it as a topping. Vegetables like onions, peppers, broccoli, and mushrooms should all be sautéed before being added to a cooked pizza.
Preheating a baking sheet or a pizza stone to the proper temperature is essential.
A pizza stone should be placed in the oven's lowest third. After at least half an hour, but preferably an hour, preheat the oven to 475 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don't have access to a pizza stone, you can heat your pizza on a thick baking sheet or a pizza pan instead.

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