Pizza Dough

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recipe by Sydney Shea

  • Time icon
    Total Time
    1hr 0mins
  • Serves icon
    Serves
    4
  • Calories icon
    Calories
    877
based on 4 ratings

This easy recipe is designed for hand-tossed, restaurant-style pizzas that you can make at home. The instructions don't make sense toward the end because of the limitations of Drop Creator, but after mixing the ingredients into a shaggy mass, you knead it until it's elastic, divide it, knead the quarters a little more in your hands, and then put them in pint-size plastic containers that you've pre-greased with olive oil and seal while the dough rises at room temperature (see pic).

recipe updated Jun 7, 2019

Ingredients

  • Water icon
    Water
    355ml
  • Active dried yeast icon
    Active dried yeast
    9g
  • Sugar icon
    Sugar
    1g
  • All purpose flour icon
    All purpose flour
    454g
  • Kosher salt icon
    Kosher salt
    8g
  • Extra virgin olive oil icon
    Extra virgin olive oil
    15ml

Tools

  • kCook icon Spatula
  • kCook icon Whisk
  • kCook icon Large mixing bowl
  • kCook icon Large mixing bowl
  • kCook icon Cutting board
  • kCook icon Plastic container
  • kCook icon Plastic container

Step preview

  1. Get a clean plastic container
  2. Add warm water
  3. Add active dried yeast
  4. Add sugar
  5. Mix until blended then set aside
  6. Get a clean large mixing bowl
  7. Add all purpose flour
  8. Add firm kosher salt
  9. Add extra virgin olive oil
  10. Mix completely until well combined
  11. Pour mixture into dough
  12. Mix in gradually until dough forms
  13. Turn out dough onto cutting board
  14. Knead until elastic
  15. Divide into quarters with dough scraper
  16. Knead one by one
  17. Form into balls then set aside
  18. Grease 4 clean plastic containers
  19. Transfer dough balls to 4 plastic containers one by one
  20. Cover tightly
  21. Let rise
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