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How to Make Pizza Dough at Home | The New York Times

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, April 9, 2014
  • Anthony Falco of Roberta's in Bushwick, Brooklyn, teaches Sam Sifton how to make restaurant-style pizza dough at home.Subscribe on YouTube: ever wonder how to make pizza dough? We show you how with this pizza dough recipe tutorial. Read the story here: more from The New York Times?Watch more videos at: it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch. On YouTube.How to Make Pizza Dough at Home | The New York Times
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  • Will U.

    Will U.

     3 years ago +804

    we getting pretty Mario Brother am i right lads

  • Jack Lee

    Jack Lee

     5 years ago +257

    "Now we're getting pretty Mario brothers" What...?

  • Sophia Valdivia

    Sophia Valdivia

     3 years ago +2134

    Here's the recipe:
    Ingredients: 153 grams double zero flour (1 cup plus 1 tablespoon)
    153 grams all-purpose flour (1 cup plus 1 tablespoon and 2 teaspoons)
    8 grams fine sea salt (1 teaspoon)
    2 grams active dry yeast (3/4 teaspoon)
    4 grams extra-virgin olive oil (1 teaspoon)
    Step 1: In a large mixing bowl, combine flours and salt.
    Step 2: In a small mixing bowl, stir together 200 grams (about 1 cup) lukewarm tap water, the yeast and the olive oil, then pour it into flour mixture. Knead with your hands until well combined, approximately 3 minutes, then let the mixture rest for 15 minutes.
    Step 3: Knead rested dough for 3 minutes. Cut into 2 equal pieces and shape each into a ball. Place on a heavily floured surface, cover with dampened cloth, and let rest and rise for 3 to 4 hours at room temperature or for 8 to 24 hours in the refrigerator. (If you refrigerate the dough, remove it 30 to 45 minutes before you begin to shape it for pizza.)

  • Zero Rewind

    Zero Rewind

     3 years ago +980

    I listened until they said 24 hours

  • Anderson Liang

    Anderson Liang

     2 years ago +444

    I hate how they dont show the steps clearly. If you are gonna teach us.. teach it properly instead of confusing. The scenes keep cutting to the next too fast.
    Can someone who fully understands this video confirm these things?
    After forming rough ball, leave 15 mins rest, then take out and knead until smooth? They did not show this part. It just went from rough ball to completely smooth.
    When storing the doughballs, put on plate and plastic wrap and into fridge over night. How did the dough end up on the baking pan? Do we take the doughballs off the plate the next day then transfer onto a baking pan? Why not just remove the rested doughballs from the plates?
    When baking, they were using a baking stone? Im pretty sure i see a baking stone in the back. Did they turn on the broiler? or just max temperature 500F bake? Probably use max temperature your oven can go with a baking stone in middle of oven.
    I make neapolitan style pizza at home every week and can do it pretty well. Have been watching as much pizza videos as I can to improve my pizza making skills.

  • T Lathan

    T Lathan

     3 years ago +334

    How about giving the measurements. no help. useless video

  • Johnna Marcus

    Johnna Marcus

     5 years ago +308

    If only everything you worked around with your hands grew 12 inches

  • turtle79070


     2 years ago +305

    What the hell does "now were getting pretty Mario Brothers" mean?

  • BB6 Eric

    BB6 Eric

     3 years ago +48

    "ooo now we're getting pretty...Mario brothers"
    HAHA where did you find this guy NYT?

  • MsKTMvalley


     5 years ago +2

    Flower :D

  • - VinTheWinner -

    - VinTheWinner -

     7 days ago +1

    Me: Ok lets make a pizza!
    Me: looks at ingredients

  • Andrey V

    Andrey V

     2 years ago +29

    Good video but you didn't put the measurements of each ingredient?

  • mighty migs

    mighty migs

     2 days ago

    Not a very helpful vid when they dont explain the yeast part that can easily mess up the entire recipe if not done right I've heard not exactly sure

  • Jaws Soledad

    Jaws Soledad

     3 years ago +57

    But you gotta wait for 24 hours dough.....

  • Amber Honey

    Amber Honey

     3 years ago +18

    ... why didn't you give us the exact measurements....

  • Josip Vučica

    Josip Vučica

     3 years ago +13

    Must say as a proffessional really good pizza. If you guys like more crusty dough I will give you few tips...
    For 1 medium pizza you put 200g regular flour and 100g zero flour(keep it 2:1 if you want more pizzas)
    add a finger or two of salt and same amount of regular sugar(essential for crusty) , add yeast and about a cup or two of warm/hot watter + few drops of olive oil(also for crusty). Mix it with your hands(in vertiacal rotation-around x asis... i cant explain it better). Dont make it too sticky, add a bit of regular flour if you need it so it isnt sticky.Make it look like on the video(circular). Cover the bowl with plastic bag so the air doesnt get in the bowl and let the dough rest for 20-30 mins.
    The dough shoud be bigger. Slice it depending on how much pizzas you want(i put measures for one) and make them circular again. Then add a bit flour on then so you can roll them just like in video and make pizza

  • Lynn Dragoman

    Lynn Dragoman

     2 days ago

    Great recipe if it was a recipe but it isn't. Waste of time

  • TheLivingDeadOne


     3 years ago +39

    everyone makes pizza differently. I worked in my uncles pizza shop some 34 years ago. A pie was 18" and cost $5 dollars. I so wish I was sneaky and took the recipy. We made the dough in bulk, in that huge mixer. All I remember was, it is flour, like a 50lbs bag, and you'd get all white dumping it in the tub. Salt, Sugar, yeast and water. No eggs, sorry, unless you are making a cake. You must roll the air bubble out of the dough too. This video had air bubbles in the dough, thats not good. Or rather, "Thatsa notta so gooda."

  • Nannestad93


     4 years ago +89

    153 grams 00 flour (1 cup plus 1 tablespoon)
    153 grams all-purpose flour (1 cup plus 1 tablespoon and 2 teaspoons)
    8 grams fine sea salt (1 teaspoon)
    2 grams active dry yeast (3/4 teaspoon)
    4 grams extra-virgin olive oil (1 teaspoon)

  • snaggypaggy


     4 years ago +59

    GREAT, they really help by giving us the amounts of each ingredient. FUCKERS