Dough Made EASY | All Purpose Dough Recipe | Breadsticks Recipe


Making my all purpose dough recipe in this episode! It’s the best recipe for pizza, breadsticks, sub buns, pretzel buns, French hamburger rolls, etc.

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It’s multi-purpose and has an excellent fluffy consistency! If you have a scale and a mixer… You’re ready to make some dough! Ingredient list is at the bottom!

Here is a list of the kitchen items I used to prepare the dough for this this video:

KitchenAid Professional 600 Series 6 QT Mixer http://amzn.to/2ooQvfC

Salter Digital Scale
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POURfect Mixing Bowls 1015 – 1-2-4-6-8-12 Cup Bowl Set
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POURfect 13pc Measuring Spoon Set
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Stainless Steel Portion Cups
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Calphalon Nonstick Baking Sheet
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Dexter 4″ Pizza Cutter
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18 by 30 by 1/2-Inch Cutting Board, White http://amzn.to/2nENVVM

Recipe guide: (Add all ingredients directly into the mixing bowl in the order they are listed)

1 tsp Instant rise yeast
1.5 tsp Granulated sugar
3 Tbls Olive oil (any oil will do)
2 cups Warm water (not hot)
1lb 12oz Bread Flour (I like King Arthur bread flour for consistency)
1.75 tsp Kosher Salt

Mix on the first speed with a dough hook for 12 minutes

Divide into 2 or 3* equal portions, cover and let rise for 45 minutes to 1 hour.

For 16″-18″ pizzas divide in half (Should be 1lb 7oz each)

For 12″-14″ pizzas divide into 3(ea) 15oz dough balls.

For the smaller pizzas 8-12oz of mozzarella cheese should be fine

For the larger pizzas plan on a full pound

For pizza and breadsticks, your oven should be between 475 and 500 degrees. Oil your pans well, pop any air bubbles in your pizza with a fork as soon as you see them. Bake for 10-15 minutes. Pizza and breadsticks are done when they start to brown on the top. (Make sure the bottom doesn’t burn if you’re using a nonstick pan!)

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