Vegan Pizza Dough Recipe

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Vegan Pizza Dough Recipe

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Ingredients

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Makes five, 9 oz pizza bases
17 oz Water - Room Temperature
1 teaspoon Salt
1 teaspoon Instant Yeast
2 teaspoons Olive Oil
29 oz 00 (double zero) flour Online is my preferred method of locating

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  • Pizza
  • Vegan

Bon appetit, vegan style, the Vegan Chop House way. The home of crazy good food.

  • 4 hr
  • Serves 5
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • Makes five, 9 oz pizza bases

Directions

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The secret to making great pizza begins with having the right ingredients. Or more plainly put, having the right vegan pizza dough recipe. This isn’t a vegan vs non-vegan thing. This is about beginning with the right flour. You can’t make a great pizza without the right flour. Double zero or “00” flour to be exact. We can have a long drawn out conversation about why 00, but somehow, I think you’re more interested in making a great pizza for the moment. So here at the Vegan Chop House, you’ll find a few of my favorite pizzas to get you started. The rest, well, it goes as far as your imagination takes you.

Making pizza dough is a process. You don’t make one base at a time. You make a few. This vegan pizza dough recipe makes five, nine-ounce pizza bases. Nine-ounces is just the right amount of dough to fit into a home-based oven. The Neapolitan style pizza which is my chosen version of a vegan pizza dough recipe is so light that you’ll want to make a few. I make enough for five pizza’s and usually cook them up over two days with various toppings.

Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your taste buds. At the Vegan Chop House you can find a number of non-vegan favorites that have been painstakingly adapted to a vegan table. Think being vegan is all about eating just fruits and vegetables without adding taste or texture. Think again. At the Vegan Chop House, it’s about enjoying crazy good food. Our vegan pizza dough recipe is just one more example of a great vegan item that brings pleasure to non-vegans and vegans alike. Don’t sacrifice your taste buds, try our vegan pizza dough recipe.

It’s not just pizzas that fare well at the Vegan Chop House. Here are a few other Vegan Chop House favorites to get you started; Neapolitan Style Pizzas, Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza, Pesto Pasta, Pasta Arrabbiata, Pasta Bolognese.

Once you become comfortable making a vegan pizza dough recipe – which isn’t difficult with a little bit of practice and the right know-how, you will rival the best pizzerias in town. You may even surpass your local. Try your favorite toppings; Tomato, roasted peppers, Italian sausage (vegan), barbecue pizza, roasted garlic with Brussel sprouts, or sun dried tomato with basil pizza’s. Bon appetit, vegan style, the Vegan Chop House way. The home of crazy good food.

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Steps

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Ingredients

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Into a large mixing bowl add the water and salt. Dissolve the salt by gently stirring with your hand. Add the yeast. Dissolve by stirring with your hand. Add the olive oil. Stir with your hand. Add the 00 flour and mix the ingredients together with your fingers by gently tossing the flour and water together.

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The mixture becomes very sticky. Hold the side of the bowl with one hand and gently continue to toss and stir the mixture with the other hand. Once the mixture starts to come together and the dough is becoming less on your hand and more into a single mix in the bowl, change how you mix.

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Knead the dough for 10 minutes, by gently lifting the dough, turning over the dough, and pushing down with the heal of your palm, gently. Continue to do this, developing a smooth rhythm. You are not trying to crush the dough. You are breaking and mixing the bonds within the dough. By 10 minutes the dough should represent a smooth clean ball.

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Cover the bowl with a damp kitchen cloth for 1 hour. Tuck the cloth around the dough. Gently remove the dough by peeling it away from the bowl. Place the dough onto a clean dry surface. Gently stretch the dough into a log. Divide into nine-ounce parts.

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Take 1 piece at a time and gently pull the skin of the dough across the top of surface, while shaping a ball. By cupping the hands together, with the dough predominantly sitting in one hand, allow the edges of your palms to gently grip and pull the surface of the dough downwards as you turn the dough. This will (with practice) continue to create a tight, balloon like ball that traps the air inside the ball. Place the dough ball onto the tray. Leave 3 inches of space around the ball. Continue to add the remaining balls.

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Wrap the tray – not tightly – with kitchen wrap, creating an airtight pocket.

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Place the tray on the counter for a minimum of 4 hours or leave in the refrigerator overnight. If refrigerated, place at room temperature for 2 hours before use. Ready for use.

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