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Dough Recipe

For dough
Warm water (105°F) 3/4 Cup
Active yeast 1 packet
Sugar 1 Tablespoon
Sifted bread flour 2 1/4 Cup (Plus more for kneading)
Salt 1 1/4 Teaspoon
Olive oil 1 Tablespoon plus xtra for coating dough ball


1. Dissolve sugar and active yeast to warm water (105°F). Leave it for 5 minutes and the yeast will begin to form a froth at the top proving that the yeast is good.

2. Put bread flour in a bowl, create a well in the middle, pour in the yeast mix. Add olive oil and salt as well. Gradually start incorporating the flour with the yeast mix until everything is well mixed and takes dough form.

3. Knead the dough, on a floured work surface. Knead it for about 10 minutes or until it begins to have elasticity and bounces back.

4. Rub olive oil over the dough, place it back in a bowl. Cover and let the dough sit in a warm place for about 2 hours to rise.

5. Punch to knock out excess air and then place the dough in the refrigerator covered overnight. Next day remove dough from refrigerator and let it come back to room temperature. Around 2 hours. Roll out dough to build a pizza crust using extra flour to prevent sticking and build your pizza onto the dough.

6. Preheat the pizza stone to 500 F. Maintain this temperature for cooking.

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  1. delicious good looking pizza Rus
    i like pizza from the grill
    on the kettle fired with steakhouse charcoal and beechwood it getting perfekt, on my gas grill BK Monarch it is already good

  2. Hey Rus! Thanks for contacting Me! You know I love that Awesome pit………..and it can make a Killer Pie!!! Metal On! m/

  3. Great video Russ!! And you are right about Blue cheese, my wife and three kids hate it, I love it. I get it in chunks from the deli, then sprinkle on my salad or whatever… then add some Marie's chunky blue cheese dressing on top… or with just celery.. YUM!!

  4. Just ordered one package each of the sausage in this video along with some other meats from your link. Cant wait to try them. Great video Russ as always!


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