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Old 10-08-2018, 08:57 AM   #11
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How big pizza does this make? I have to scale it up to three
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Old 10-08-2018, 09:06 AM   #12
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Like Mad Cook, I use a little bit of sugar with my yeast and always use some olive oil in the dough.



We've frozen pizza dough that we've bought from Publix. They sell it in plastic bags. It doesn't rise quite as good as fresh, but works just fine, especially for thin crust pizza after freezing.



Just a tip, you can use pizza dough with oil in it to make great garlic rolls. Just shape, place in a pan touching, let overise until they are really puffy but not to point of collapsing then cook in a hot oven, 425, and let bake until done, time depends on size and number of rolls. I've found that a mix of of EVOO and veg oil in about a 2:1 ratio, with a bunch of finely chopped garlic makes a good oil to douse the rolls in. I generally cook the oil with the garlic in it for a minute or so in the microwave to get that raw harsh garlic taste out, then let it cool while rolls are rising and baking.


I stripped the "fail safe" gear in our KA mixer while making a batch of dough for eight 12-inch pizzas. Craig just LOVED fixing that.
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Old 10-08-2018, 05:34 PM   #13
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I often find I cheat and do this Jamie Oliver simple quick easy crust ready in 2 minutes or less but I bake mine as he shows a stove top method as well
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Old 10-08-2018, 05:36 PM   #14
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PS I also add oregano, basil, etc to the dough and it’s great
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Old 10-08-2018, 07:18 PM   #15
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I stripped the "fail safe" gear in our KA mixer while making a batch of dough for eight 12-inch pizzas. Craig just LOVED fixing that.
Hmm, wete they metal gears?
A well engineered machine with metal gears should never strip, or slip. Or at least not for a long time. Nylon or other plastic gears suck, even if angled on a bias properly. And even then they still slip.

Did Craigsy invent any new swear words fixing it? That's always fun.
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They were all metal except the one. Craig felt it was a fail safe to prevent the motor from burning out.

No new swear words. There were some TNT ones though. He's actually really good with stuff like that, just annoyed that I overloaded it so.
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Interesting. the non-metal gear was the sacrificial one.

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I stripped the same gear making too much bagel dough at once. Paid to get it fixed. Works great now that I reduced the recipe.
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I stripped the same gear making too much bagel dough at once. Paid to get it fixed. Works great now that I reduced the recipe.
My KA had specific instructions on how much dough it was designed to mix (rated for 14 cups, but the biggest batch I ever make is 35 ounces (~7 cups) of flour).

It also has a very pointed warning to only knead dough with the spiral dough hook on the #2 speed setting, not faster or slower.

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Interesting. the non-metal gear was the sacrificial one.

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