Use pre-made delivered pizza dough to cook a pizza at home!Hi and welcome to our learning-to-cook pizza journey! I bought some Gozney pizza dough and a Gozney Digital Thermometer and this was the first time I used them!
I wanted to try out the pizza dough to see how it compared to my own homemade dough. There were a few differences that I could identify with this pizza dough.
Since I made this video I’ve cooked with the dough a number of times and I can pick out some differences:
- The dough is lovely and bubbly with very large big popping bubbles that when cooked, are melt-in-the-mouth gorgeous!
- The dough is easy to stretch, particularly when it’s warm. So, I would make sure the dough is warm before stretching it out.
- There were no holes – I flipped and pulled and this dough did not give me any holes – I am very impressed!
- The dough cooks fast and I had to adjust my flames to a lower level for the cook. The hydration level of the dough and/or the ingredients could affect this.
the pizza dough balls are a great size for the roccbox pizza oven!
- Salt – this impacted the flavour of the pizza for me. I admit I don’t use much salt in my dough as I don’t personally like a salty taste to distract from the flavours on the pizza. But I can taste more salt in the Gozney Pizza Dough compared to the Ooni Sourdough Pizza Dough.
Overall, this pizza dough was beautifully puffy and melt-in-your-mouth gorgeous and easy to work with and stretch. I would personally though, just prefer a little less salt. It cooks fast on a medium flame with a stone heat of approx 440 celsius in the centre.
Enjoy your outdoor pizza oven cooking!
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