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Offline Gags

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Attempt at Prince Street style
« on: March 28, 2022, 03:35:15 PM »
Hi All,

I attempted a Prince Street style pie this weekend and it was good, but more work to be done!

Formula:
High Gluten Flour(100%)   435.2   
Water(65%)                   282.9   
Instant Dry Yeast (2%)   8.7   
Kosher Salt (2%)           8.7   
Diastatic Malt Powder (1%)   4.4   
Olive Oil (3%)                   13.1
Sugar (1%)                   4.4
Total (174%, TF=0.18)   757.3
Lloyd's 10 x 14 pan

Method:
I did a 2-day bulk rise, then a 24-hour cold rise in pan.  Pulled about 2 hours prior to bake, lifted the dough up, and added more oil to the bottom of the pan.
Baked at 450F on stones for 14 mins covered with foil, 3 minutes uncovered, then pulled it out of the oven and rested for 20 mins.
I cut the Boar's Head natural casing stick pepperoni with a target thickness of 3mm. 
I dressed the dough with Stanislaus Pizzaiolo sauce, red chili flake, shredded whole milk, low moisture mozzarella, dollops of Garvey's Chicago thin sauce, then the pepperoni.
I baked for about 20 more mins, watching the pepperoni for a good level of cupping and charring. 

Notes:
Good undercarriage
I see Prince Street uses fresh mozzarella - I may try big slices of mozz as I've seen in Prince videos
The cup and char was good - maybe even go a little longer on the bake
Use more of Garvey's Chicago sauce - it has great tang - and less regular sauce
Add more chili flake as it needed more heat
Try 0.12 - 0.15 thickness factor, 0.18 was too much
Build up the crust more before bake as I've seen in Prince videos - mine was more like a mattress shape, rather than a raise rim dough



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Offline parallei

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Re: Attempt at Prince Street style
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2022, 06:38:25 PM »
Looks good! Any dough I've made would have blown out @ 3 days with those amounts of IDY, DMP and sugar.

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