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JOAN'S POTATO OR PIZZA DOUGH comment: I used instant potato flakes and came up with this very good dough. Proof till foamy: 1/2 cup warm water 1 tsp sugar 3 tsp yeast Mix: 3 cups bread flour 1/2 cup instant potato flakes 1 tbs olive oil 1 tsp salt add: 1/2 cup warm water Add foamed yeast to mixed dry ingredients. Stir in warm water( could be more or less ) to form a non sticky dough ball while stirring quite vigorously. Knead smooth and elastic on a floured surface, adding more flour only if necessary. Let rise double in covered bowl or place in flored ziplock bag and let rise overnight in the frig. Punch down and use for a 10 or 12 inch pizza or as desired. Bake 400 30 minutes or done Joan,"Flour Power"

Joan's Potato Dough


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JOAN'S
POTATO OR PIZZA DOUGH
comment: I used instant
potato flakes and came up with this very good dough.

Proof till foamy:
1/2 cup warm water
1 tsp
sugar
3 tsp
yeast
Mix:
3 cups
bread flour
1/2 cup instant
potato flakes
1 tbs
olive oil
1 tsp
salt
add:
1/2 cup warm water

Add foamed
yeast to mixed dry ingredients. Stir in warm water( could be more or less ) to form a non sticky dough ball while stirring quite vigorously. Knead smooth and elastic on a floured surface, adding more flour only if necessary. Let rise double in covered bowl or place in flored ziplock bag and let rise overnight in the frig. Punch down and use for a 10 or 12 inch pizza or as desired. Bake 400 30 minutes or done

Joan,"
Flour Power"


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