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Old 06-02-2004, 10:51 AM   #1
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PIzza Sticks

K my little tiny store in our village makes these AWESOME pizza sticks but for the life of me I can not duplicate the dough....any ideas on a recipe that will me light and doughy kind of. I've tried a pretzel dough but that didn't work...same with a bread dough...to dry. Need one that is moist when cooked?

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Old 06-02-2004, 10:53 AM   #2
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Tanis, do you have a bagel recipe? Try that...boil the dough and then bake it. That should get you what you are looking for.
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Re: PIzza Sticks

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K my little tiny store in our village makes these AWESOME pizza sticks but for the life of me I can not duplicate the dough....any ideas on a recipe that will me light and doughy kind of. I've tried a pretzel dough but that didn't work...same with a bread dough...to dry. Need one that is moist when cooked?
Pizza dough is basicly bread dough. Use high protien flour.
Maybe you could try adding some sugar (1-2tbl) into your yeast mix?
How about putting some oregano in the dough mix?
Maybe make them A little larger, and don't turn the oven up to much.
You could put A bowl of water in your oven also, so you get steam in your oven
I use olive oil. Not A good extra virgin because in can overpower the flavor. Maybe you could add honey also?
What is your basic recipe?
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Alix......The bagel idea wouldn't be bad but I think it may be to heavy for what I'm trying for. It's so hard to explain the type I'm looking for.....soft, moist....

MJ.....what a bought a buns dough.....I almost think that will be to dry too....what's the difference in a sourdough and regular dough?
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Tancowgirl,
I never did sourdough before. You have to mix sugar,yeast, flour, and water to make A pancake like batter. Then, leave it sit on the table for 3 days or something. The yeast really gets A goin' Turbo-charged or something?
Try this website for bread recipes, and about anything else. I'ts kinda hard to navigate though.

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/cgibi...home/main.html
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Thanks MJ I'll get on that tomorrow morning, for tonight I have to pick my boy up from soccer....thanks
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