New York Style Pizza Dough

New York Style Pizza Dough created by Meghan O

After I moved out of Manhattan I tried for a year to replicate the dough of some of my favorite pizza places. This is my favorite! The secret is not very much yeast and cold proofing. It does take a longer time to prep because of the cold proofing, but it's oh so worth it! This recipe can easily be doubled.

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12hrs 6mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Mix flour, salt, sugar, and yeast together in a mixing bowl.
  • Add water and stir until all flour has been incorporated.
  • Add oil.
  • Knead on low speed or by hand for 4-5 minutes. The dough should be quite sticky.
  • Divide dough into two equal portions (for 2 12-inch pizzas), place in a plastic zip top bag. Each portion should be approximately 8.5 ounces by weight.
  • Refrigerate 12-72 hours.
  • Before baking, let dough come to room temperature.
  • Place dough on a floured surface and stretch into a 12-14 inch round.
  • Add your favorite toppings.
  • Bake at 550 for about 6 minutes.
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"After I moved out of Manhattan I tried for a year to replicate the dough of some of my favorite pizza places. This is my favorite! The secret is not very much yeast and cold proofing. It does take a longer time to prep because of the cold proofing, but it's oh so worth it! This recipe can easily be doubled."
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  1. Gail L.
    It was awesome made a mistake and did 1 tablespoon of sugar but everyone loved it. Left in fridge 72 hours
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  2. Meghan O
    New York Style Pizza Dough Created by Meghan O
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  3. Meghan O
    After I moved out of Manhattan I tried for a year to replicate the dough of some of my favorite pizza places. This is my favorite! The secret is not very much yeast and cold proofing. It does take a longer time to prep because of the cold proofing, but it's oh so worth it! This recipe can easily be doubled.
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