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Offline spazster

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Papa Murphy's S'more Pizza
« on: November 15, 2014, 02:51:48 PM »
I recently had an opportunity to try Papa Murphy's s'more pizza and I thought it was pretty good, but not great.  Even though I wasn't blown away by it, I thought it would be something fun to try to make.  I found a clone recipe here, but I thought it would be better to use my own pizza dough rather than the quick dough suggested on the site.  It turned out to be a good decision because it was way better than the Papa Murphy's version that I tried.  I still wouldn't classify it as great though. 

For the filling, I followed the recipe from the site:
Brown sugar:   1/3 cup
Oats:          cup
Butter:       2 TBSP
Flour:       Cup

I used the following dough formulation:
KABF:        100%
Water:        57%
ADY:      0.623%
Honey:        5%
salt         1.75%
Olive Oil:       7%
Thickness factor     0.135

I used a preferment of 100% hydration that used of 30% of the total flour and used ADY equivalent to 0.15% of the preferment flour.  I let it sit at about 65 degrees F for about 15 hours.  I put in the rest of the ingredients, kneaded it by hand, and then stuck it in the fridge for a 48 hour cold rise.  The dough was about 31 degrees after taking it out of the fridge. I left it out for about four and a half hours at about a 65 degree room temperature before shaping the dough into a 12 inch circle.  I am very, very bad at estimating when the dough is doubled.  I'm not sure if it did.  Maybe it only increase in size by 50% to 75%, but the result was good so I'm not complaining.  Anyway, after shaping the dough, I spread on the filling and then topped it with the marshmallows and chocolate chips and put it in the 425 degrees preheated oven with a pizza screen for about 12 minutes.
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Offline Jakew81

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Re: Papa Murphy's S'more Pizza
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2014, 07:11:50 PM »
It looks like you rolled some chocolate chips into the rim like Papa Murphy's does too.  Good lookin s'mores pizza! 
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Offline spazster

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Re: Papa Murphy's S'more Pizza
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2014, 10:12:23 PM »
Yeah, I wasn't able to wrap it as fancy, but it was still delicious.