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Turning excess pizza dough into

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Garlic bread, anyone tried? Do I just make the garlic butter and spread it on top of the dough or is their another method?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
There's no such thing as excess pizza dough. You didn;t make enough pizzas!
#2
or mix some cinnamon and sugar and shove that on it and bake it at a lower temperature and thicker then even a deep pan pizza and serve with some warm icing...then you got pudding too.
#3
Only ingredients I have left are for garlic bread. Can it be turned into focaccia then?
#4
You can make it into bread sticks easily just tear small amounts and roll into lengths and cook until colour is right.
Can also make focaccia.

For Garlic bread you just need to make bread and then add garlic butter (butter with as much garlic as you like mixed in) once it's cooked (slightly undercooked but solid). Depending on shape of bread you could spread the butter on top or cut slices and drop it into them.
#5
Because the dough is a week old can I incorporate more air into it, I prefer a lighter garlic bread as opposed to a slab of dough.
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Because the dough is a week old can I incorporate more air into it, I prefer a lighter garlic bread as opposed to a slab of dough.

Depends on the recipe, how you stored it and the state of the yeast.
Worth a try.
kneed it for about 5 mins and then form the shape or shapes you want. cover with damp cloth and leave to rise in a warm place. you should see after an hour if the dough/yeast has any life in it.
Or if this is too much trouble you could try and kneed and go straight to oven.

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