How to Make Perfect Pizza Dough With DRY YEAST – For the House

How to Make Perfect Pizza Dough With DRY YEAST – For the House


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    Martin Tadilli

    i love the passion you put in and i will try for shure,im living in indonesia so quite umid place do you have any suggestion for make a crunchy pizza dought in here?

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    Sweet Stuff

    Mmmmmm I love a bubbley pizza crust! This looks divine and I can tell is made with so much love. I love your accent too! Personally, sometimes I like garlic butter (or olive oil) on bubbley crust. Oh my God, it's the best thing ever. Thank you for your wonderful recipe! It's making me hungry!

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    Hassan Monji

    i want to say ….Vito because of you i went to Italy just to eat pizza. Great videos like always keep it up … I love Pizza de Napoli

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    Arlene Beiruska Hernández Ventura

    I made it perfect mines looks Even better thayn that one he made i just had to fair up my brick oven anda het they rite cheese and and salsa and wala perfect pizza thanks for the videos love them

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    patrik nord

    Hello Vito, thank you for great videos!

    I have a question, can I use this recipe and leave Doug for couple of days in cold? Like a 72h fermentation or should I change recipe?

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    Luke Smith

    I added 1 liter of water to the 1kg of flour and it was soupy pancake batter consistency. What did I do wrong? How can these proportions be right? I had to add a ton more flour

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    MrDoyledaniel

    I did it today! I succeded with more flour, 2-3 cup more than the 1.5 kg suggested by Mr Iacopelli! When posting a video on the net be sure you have you get it right…please

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    المصباح السحري

    شكرا جزيلا لك … مقادير العجين تبدو متوازنة و النتيجة ستكون بالتأكيد رائعة

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    Poe Lemic

    You've got a new sub just from this video. This is awesome. I can't wait to try it at home. Pizza is getting too expensive. Or, the good ones (like yours, my Friend) are getting expensive. Crappy take-out is cheap. I know that yours is world-class …

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    mingleite

    All that is fine… But WHY did you hurl away that steel mixing bowl? You could have just kept it aside. That aside, I liked your video and gave a thumbs up.

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    V. Mendoza

    Made the dough last night and made pizza for lunch next day. It came out tough..any ideas why? I need some guidance. I pre-heated my oven to 450F

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    G M

    Thank you so much for sharing your secret. I have been wanting to make pizza dough for so long and now I see the TYPE of dough and crust that I would love to know how to make for myself. Thanks.

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    Natalie Montanaro

    Cara Vito,

    Grazie per la pizza video. I make my own dough, too. But usually add the sugar to the lukewarm water along with the oil after the yeast dissolves and proofs. I will try yours, too.

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    onemore shot

    Thank you for this video, have been making home made pizza for years now. I am always looking for a way to tweak my dough, nothing like mixing pizza dough by hand. Today is Sunday and that means home made pizza in our house…..thanks again.

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    Gustavo Andrade

    cool, i try to make it. (the dough you don't use, do you put it in the fridge or freezer?). big hug from argentina

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    Trust Your Instincts

    And this would be the moment I realize I’ve been making pizza dough totally wrong my whole life. 😂

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    ali abuhasna

    Don’t listen to him! All restaurants won’t tell you the true recipes for their dishes. Try it at home, you won’t get the same taste as they do.

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    Christopher Walker

    You say 10gr honey in the video but it says 5gr honey in the description.
    Which is more right and does it matter? 😉
    Just like it to be perfect.
    Excellent video btw👍

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    Raidar Adham

    Making those dough balls is not easy, I know because I've tried so many times and it requires skill acquired from years of practice. Thumbs up for the authenticity and craftsmanship demonstrated here rather than the commercial mass produced and lifeless pizza that's taken over the market.

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    Daniel Shtrum Tsipin

    Tried making it. Total disaster. After 7 hours the dough over-grew, was super-sticky and not flexible. It torn apart when I tried to stretch it. I have experience with dough and I know how to make one with 2 rise times, one hour each. This 8 hour version did not work well, and tasted too sour. maybe I put too much yeast.. that's the only thing I can think off beside the recipe being bad.

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    Avaz Khalikov

    the main thing is the OVEN. Think of BBQ, why is it so delicious? the same with pizza …you put it in the oven, even if you forgotten to put an east during the process or even cheeeese on top , you will still end up with tasty food. 🙂 Yes, with perfect recipe and instructions you may get very good results at home, but your pizza will miss the taste of the OVEN!

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    Bushra Monowar

    Please don't use plastic. Your ancestors made great pizza without the use of plastic. You can also do it. Plastics wasted like that ends up in landfill and ocean, and destroys environment, causes pollution and disturbs ecosystem and animals.

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    myafd1

    Hi Vito. Buon lavoro. Keep up the great work. I followed this recipe spot on and had the same results at every stage until I made the balls and put them in a sheet pan to rest. Room temperature was 20C and the dough over proofed within less than 6 hours. Could you please explain why this occurred? Thank you for all your work in making these videos for everyone who is passionate about Pizza.

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    Bannawan Kesaphithakkun

    I like that you tell everything. Even how to keep it for the next day. Love this. Im gonna try it. Thank you

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