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too springy pizza dough

It's like a comedy skit trying to get my dough to stay stretched long enough to use/. I start at 12-14 inches turn my back to get toppings and there is a 4-6 inch circle. What am I doing wrong?

asked by Brian over 2 years ago
6 answers 2487 views
22b9ddc9 fc61 48a3 949e dee341974288  liz and dad
added over 2 years ago

plainhomecook is right. let the dough relax. It should be room temp dough, not cold, or you'll be wrestling with it forever.

23b88974 7a89 4ef5 a567 d442bb75da04  avatar
added over 2 years ago

Good point Mrs. Larkin, I hadn't even thought of it being frozen dough because I've never bought frozen dough. How do you like it?

23b88974 7a89 4ef5 a567 d442bb75da04  avatar
added over 2 years ago

Good point Mrs. Larkin, I hadn't even thought of it being frozen dough because I've never bought frozen dough. How do you like it?

22b9ddc9 fc61 48a3 949e dee341974288  liz and dad
added over 2 years ago

I've tried frozen pizza dough in the past. Its pretty good. Now I always make my own. So easy and delicious.

19488026 e346 4719 83d9 8d3286436bbd  kary osmond heavy g
added over 2 years ago

If your dough is too springy, let it rest longer. Allow your dough to come to room temperature, then start rolling it out. If it's very elastic, cover the partially rolled dough with a damp tea towel and let it rest for 5-10 minutes, then try rolling again. It should stretch nicely. If you're in a rush, and can't wait, roll the pizza dough between 2 pieces of parchment paper. The cool part about this technique, is once you peel off the top piece of parchment paper the pizza can be baked on the remaining piece of parchment. If you're looking for a pizza dough recipe that is super elastic (meaning no rolling pin needed), try this recipe: http://karyosmond.com/how... Hope this helps! k.