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  • #1 by prizna on 24 Nov 2021
  • I was wondering if there was a formula or a good benchmark for how much dough to use for different pizza sizes?

    A quick look around, I can find recommended amounts of dough for typical pizza sizes, but I'm also interested in how much dough would be recommended for smaller pizza sizes like 5 inch pizzas and such. I could probably eyeball it, but if there was already some information on this then that would be great.

    thanks,
  • #2 by RHawthorne on 24 Nov 2021
  • It really depends on how thin you want your pizzas to be. There is no one perfect dough ball weight; it's a matter of preference. Here is a link to a pizza dough thickness worksheet to help determine for yourself what weight you want, depending on the size and desired thickness. https://mypizzamaster.com/worksheets/dtf20180915.pdf
  • #3 by prizna on 24 Nov 2021
  • It really depends on how thin you want your pizzas to be. There is no one perfect dough ball weight; it's a matter of preference. Here is a link to a pizza dough thickness worksheet to help determine for yourself what weight you want, depending on the size and desired thickness. https://mypizzamaster.com/worksheets/dtf20180915.pdf

    Thank you for the link, I should be able to figure out what I need from here.
  • #4 by RHawthorne on 24 Nov 2021
  • Here's another useful page. It lets you punch in the desired parameters, and it spits out the required quantities for measuring. https://pizza-dough-calculator.herokuapp.com/calculator
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