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Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough (Part 2)

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Here is part two of the anxiously awaited Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough Recipe that I promised. Plus a few pictures from pizza night last week.

Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough (Part 2)

Directions:

1. After rising for at least 10 hours, your pizza dough should look like this:

What dough should look like after rising

What dough should look like after rising

2. Flour a big surface on the counter, or a big cutting board where you will have room to work.

Floured surface

Floured surface

3. Sprinkle a little flour on top the dough, and around the edges of the bowl. Using a spatula, separate the dough from the side of the bowl.

Using a spatula, work your way around the outside of the dough to separate from the side of the bowl

Using a spatula, work your way around the outside of the dough to separate from the side of the bowl

4. Turn out the dough onto the floured surface in one piece.

Miles getting the dough out of the bowl onto floured surface

Miles getting the dough out of the bowl onto floured surface

4. Shape dough into a rectangular shape using floured hands.

Dough in rectangle form on floured surface

Dough in rectangle form on floured surface

5. Cut dough into 3 pieces for 3 large pizzas, or 4 medium pizzas, etc.

Cut dough into 3 equal sections

Cut dough into 3 equal sections

6. Flour each piece and shape into a ball.

Form each third into a dough ball

Form each third into a dough ball

7. Sprinkle each dough ball with a little flour.

Sprinkle each dough ball with a little flour

Sprinkle each dough ball with a little flour

8. Oil a piece of paper towel, and use it to oil 3 pieces of saran wrap (or as many doughs as you’re doing)

Miles oiling a paper towel to use on saran wrap. OMG he's good looking.

Miles oiling a paper towel to use on saran wrap

9. Cover each dough ball with oiled saran wrap and let rest for 40 minutes to an hour.

Cover each dough ball with oiled saran wrap and let sit again

Cover each dough ball with oiled saran wrap and let sit again

10. After letting the dough rest it will be ready to shape into pizzas. I’ll cover that in part 3.


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Author: The SEA SALT

Cooking and surfing in Southern California

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