This might be hands down the best tutorial for making pizza dough ever! Pieter Städler is a dutch inventor or as he refers to it a “maker” and he turned his fascination into making amazing food. He also creates and sells cooking products such as a outdoor pizza oven (Also check out his pizza dough calculator).
In what is commonly commented as a simple and brilliant video about crafting pizza dough. Peter shares his Neapolitan dough recipe while going against traditional methods in the process.
There aren’t many ingredients needed to make pizza dough in the first place. Flour, water, salt and yeast.
But you can’t just use plain version of these ingredients.
Not at least if you want it to be as good looking as Städler’s.
This is where he breaks from tradition and states to use cold water instead of warm.
“Many dough recipes they will recommend you to use warm water”.
“when your making pizza you want a slow rise” Warm water rises dough more quickly, but he states a slow rise creates a much better crust.
The next ingredient is salt and it plays a vital role in not only taste but in the rising process. As it’s antibacterial properties kills bad bacteria.
Make sure to use sea salt as Pieter Mentions.
“When you buy salt, make sure to get sea salt. It is antibacterial and doesn’t have all the bad additives in it”.
Now were pretty much ready to start mixing these all together to make the best pizza dough of our lives! But you want to add the ingredients in a particular order.
Pieter Städler covers this quickly and simply in the rest of the video.