In my opinion, the two pizzas made with the doughs that were left in the steels pan since Monday (and the dough was made Sunday) turned out tasty. It can been seen what dressings I put on both pizzas. I would not have thought the doughs would not have lasted this long if I hadnít done the experiment. The edges were caramelized and the bottom crust was crispy. There also was a nice blend of flavors from the different dressings and cheese blends. Each bite gave me an explosion of new flavors.
The pizzas had to stay in the oven about 16 minutes. I guess from baking two pizzas at once on the one pizza stone, when usually I only bake one pizza at a time. It was a little hairy trying to turn the two pizzas different times, because my oven isnít that large and my pizza stone is only 16Ē, but it worked out okay. The sides edges wanted to brown more where the steel pans were off of the pizza stone so that is why I had to turned the pizzas different times. My oven was heated up for 50 minutes at 500 degrees F and were baked on the bottom rack on the pizza stone.
I have no idea why the crumb on the Frankís hot sauce chicken, mixed cheeses, coarse grind pepperoni, celery, dhorstís sauce and then the Ranch dressing put on after the bake didnít get as airy, but it was very good anyway.
The coarse grind pepperoni, mixed cheeses, spinach and dhorstís sauce was airier in the crumb.
Dhorstís sauce tasted great on both pizzas. I thought dhorstís special sauce gave both pizzas a nice little kick of heat, but not too much.
The picture of the side of the pizza with the measuring tape didnít turn out right, but I am posting it anyway, just to show the pizzas did rise. If someone would just look at the pictures of the top of the pizzas, it would look like the pizza with the ranch dressing put on after the bake would have a higher crumb inside, but that wasnít the case. I wonder why that is too. A few of the pictures were too blurry to post.