I have been stalking this forum and using recipes for many months with great success. I will introduce myself a little later, I promise. I am so thankful to have found this forum and for all of the wisdom I have gained.
Right now, I have an important question:
I am having lots of family over this afternoon and will be making 2 Pan Pizzas, 2 Thin and Crispys, and 2 New York Styles.
I made all of the dough yesterday evening, but made one mistake with the Pizza Hut Pan Pizza dough. (I use the basic recipe from this site, sized for 9-inch pans). Last night, I fell asleep while the dough was sitting in the pans, covered on the counter for their initial rise. I usually let them rise for 4 hours and then put them in the fridge over night until I am ready to use them the next day. But since I fell asleep, they sat on the counter for about 10 hours last night. I put them in the fridge immediately this morning. Their appearance was fine and had risen about the same amount as they do during the 4 hour time.
Am I going to face any taste issues with such a long counter-top rise time?
Thanks in advance for any replies.