Dough ( /doʊ/ ) is a thick, malleable, sometimes elastic, paste made out of any grains, leguminous or chestnut crops. Dough is typically made by mixing flour with a small amount of water and/or other liquid, and sometimes includes yeast or other leavening agents as well as other ingredients such as various fats or flavorings.
The process of making and shaping dough is a precursor to making a wide variety of foodstuffs, particularly breads and bread-based items, but also including biscuits, cakes, cookies, dumplings, flatbreads, noodles, pasta, pastry, pizza, piecrusts, and similar items. Doughs are made from a wide variety of flours, commonly wheat but also flours made from maize, rice, rye, legumes, almonds, and other cereals and crops used around the world.

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  1. medtran49

    Recipe Bao dough

    This recipe is from "Dumplings All Day Wong" by Lee Anne Wong who is a former Top Chef contestant, as well as appearing on many other cooking shows/competitions. The dough can be used for steamed, fried or baked dumplings. Filling for the baked bao should be fully or near fully cooked...
  2. GadgetGuy

    Stackable Dough Proofing Containers.

    Need containers for dough proofing? Here's something that small, but don't take up space for proofing dough for pizzas, breads & rolls. Can also be used to hold toppings for pizzas!! With these, you don't need a pizza prepping station to put the toppings on your pizzas!! :whistling:
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  4. GadgetGuy

    Hydration & bread dough

    I have a Nutrimill Artiste mixer & a Globe sp08 mixer. The Nutrimill Artiste can handle up to 10lbs of dough, while the Globe handles up to 4lbs of dough. Hydration is supposed to be a big thing when it comes to making dough. What is the science of it? Also, what is the determination of dough in...
  5. flyinglentris

    Making Dough All At Once and Refrigerating Dough Balls.

    I always have such a messy time making dough that it seems better to make lots of dough balls in advance, perhaps, slightly altering some of the balls for certain things, from a basic medium. Right now, I have three big dough balls in the fridge, all of them puffed up from rising. I made...
  6. JamesStrange

    Recipe Pizza dough made using a bread machine.

    Ingredients Dough 300 grams Water 1 1/4 Cups 5 grams Sugar 1 teaspoon 5 grams Salt 3/4 teaspoon / fine sea salt 35 Milliliters Olive oil 2 Tablespoons 500 grams Bread flour 4 Cups 3 grams Active dry yeast 1 teaspoon Toppings 1/2 Cup Marinara Sauce 1 Roma Tomato 2 oz Mushrooms 7 oz Cheese...
  7. Semolina Pasta Dough

    Semolina Pasta Dough

    Semolina Pasta Dough
  8. flyinglentris

    Pizza dough

    Pizza Dough ... How simple can it be? Pizza Dough produces one of the most simple and basic Flat Breads. Basic ingredients ... Unbleached Flour, Active Dry Yeast, Water, Sugar, Oil and recommended (if desired), Sea or Kosher Salt. As with any Active Yeast Bread, the Water should be about...
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    Pistachio flour dough.jpeg

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    Pistachio flour dough.jpeg

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    Piadina dough cooking.jpg

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    Piadina Romagnola 6 dough balls.jpg

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    Piadina Romagnola 6 dough pieces.jpg

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    Piadina Romagnola dough.jpg

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    Sardinian “Pasta Violada”.jpeg

  16. TastyReuben

    Recipe Basic Same-Day Pizza Dough

    SAME-DAY PIZZA DOUGH Makes one large or two small pizzas INGREDIENTS 1 package (2 1/4 teaspoons) active dry yeast 1 teaspoon granulated sugar 2/3 cup warm water (105 to 115°F.) 1 and 2/3 cups unbleached, all-purpose or bread flour 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil, plus more to coat dough 3/4...
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    Focaccine after baking.jpg

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    Dough ready.jpg

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    Mixing flour+mashed potatoes.jpg

  20. GadgetGuy

    Can dough be frozen?

    I know that it used to be sold that way in the supermarkets for people who don't make their own dough, but I just wondered if it can be frozen at home & used at a later time. :wink:
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