This pizza dough is long-fermented making it a gluten-friendly option. This is life-changing for those who thought they’d have to eat gluten-free, cardboard-like crusts for the rest of their lives.
SEASONED SOURDOUGH PIZZA DOUGH

SEASONED SOURDOUGH PIZZA DOUGH

Yield: 4 Individual Pizzas
Prep Time: 35 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Ferment Time: 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 47 minutes

Ingredients

  • 120g starter, active
  • 240g warm water
  • 30g powdered milk (for dairy-free use powdered cashew milk)
  • 30g olive oil
  • 360g organic bread flour
  • 10g sea salt
  • 5g Italian seasoning

Instructions

  1. Mix starter, water, and milk powder in a large bowl.
  2. Add olive oil and mix thoroughly.
  3. Add flour, salt, and seasoning and mix until you have a rough dough. Cover bowl and let sit on the counter for 30 minutes.
  4. After 30 minutes, wet hands and do 6 – 8 stretch and folds pulling from one side of the dough and bringing it to the opposite side. Turn the bowl after each stretch and fold. Cover and let sit for one hour.
  5. After an hour you should see a noticeable improvement in the softness of the dough. Stretch and fold 4 additional times. Get a covered glass bowl ready by sprinkling some olive oil on the bottom. Wet hands and then pick up the dough, shape it into a round ball, put it into the glass bowl, cover, and let it sit on the counter for approx. 6 hours.
  6. After the 6 hours, refrigerate for at least 24 hours and up to 7 days.

Notes

This dough can be used for 4 individual pizzas cooked in a pizza oven (time depends on temp), 4 pizzas cooked on a parchment paper-lined cooking sheet in the oven (12 min. at 450), or 2 pizzas in an oiled cast-iron skillet in the oven (16 min. at 475).

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Lauren

I'm on a mission to create and promote gut-friendly food that is nutritious and delicious. Making food taste good is rarely difficult but making food consistently healthy and crave-worthy, well that takes effort. Food isn't neutral. Either it's helping or harming us. My goal is to create a table filled with real food that helps build a happy and healthy community.

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