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Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

Hello community,

Does anyone have any advice, recipes, or tricks to using the store-made pizzateig (photo attached) ? I'm referring to the type of dough which you roll out of the parchment paper.

? Do I need to let it sit out, as I would with home-made dough?
? Any tricks to working with it; as it sometimes compresses back to it's original size.
? I don't have a full-sized oven; just a small toaster oven. Any recommendations for cooking in this type of appliance?

Naturally, I know that making my own dough is healthier, fresher, and super simple.

I just don't have a large working surface, nor a stand mixer; and the convenience of the store-bought dough is pretty nice. I want to maximize my potential with this supermarket item.

In brief; what tips, methods or recipes have worked well for you, when using the pre-made pizzateig from the supermarket?
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Re: Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

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? Do I need to let it sit out, as I would with home-made dough?
In my experience - nothing to wait out for.
I roll it out, throw the sauce and garnishes on, and straight into preheated oven.
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Old 27.04.2020, 12:54
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Re: Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

Hi, I agree with the suggestions above, with that pizzateig you just have to add tomato and the other toppings.

Since we're in topic, let me link my blog post about store-made pizzateig, although this is the one you have to roll:
http://www.cester.net/blog/2019/02/1...elp-from-coop/

In your case the oven might be something you have to experiment with for a while. I hope it reaches 200 degrees, otherwise it could be a pain to cook the different ingredients at the same level...
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Re: Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

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? I don't have a full-sized oven; just a small toaster oven. Any recommendations for cooking in this type of appliance?
Make Calzone.
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Re: Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

You could cook the pizza in a frying pan (cast-iron is best).

Heat the frying pan on medium-high. Heat the grill to medium-high.
Cut the dough to shape and cook in the frying pan until the base has begun to char, adding the toppings once the top starts to dry out. Once the bottom looks done, grill until the cheese is bubbling and the edges are brown.

Here's an article for the complete receipe https://www.theguardian.com/food/201...-cloake-recipe

Bon appetit
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Old 27.04.2020, 14:31
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Re: Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

This is my favourite thing to make with pizzateig, and it's been central to our Christmas dinner for a few years now. For summer, just change the shape, fillings and add dips. I've even seen a chocolate and marshmallow version where the pastry was brushed with egg during baking and drizzled with icing sugar.

https://www.itsalwaysautumn.com/chri...eadsticks.html
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Re: Recipes / How-to with Store-made Pizzateig

I would suggest not leaving any of the ready rolled pizza bases or pastry dough out for too long. I find it becomes too pliable if it you want to cut it into more than one piece before filling and baking, it's because it's quite thin.
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