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Wholewheat Pizza Dough

Homemade pizza is easy with the Thermomix – and you can increase the nutritional value with the addition of whole wheat grains.  This recipe modifies the pizza dough recipe in the Thermomix Everyday Cookbook and a helpful tip from my Thermomix consultant to heat the milk before adding the yeast.

Wholewheat Pizza Dough | ThermomixMakes 4 large pizzas

Ingredients

200g whole wheat grain

280g reduced fat milk

1 sachet dry yeast

20g olive oil

2 tsp salt

300g bakers flour

Instructions

1. Put wheat into the Thermomix and mill with the measuring cup (MC) on for 2 minutes/Speed 9; remove to a bowl

2. Put milk into the Thermomix bowl and heat for 2 minutes/37C/Speed 2

3. Add yeast, oil and salt into the Thermomix bowl and mix with the MC on for 5 seconds/Speed 3

4. Add milled wheat and flour and mix with the MC on for 6 seconds/Speed 8

5. Knead the dough for 2 minutes/Interval

6. Remove the dough to a baking mat, wrap in the mat and leave in a warm place for 30 minutes

7. Split dough into 4 balls, wrap in the mat and leave in a warm place for another 15 minutes

8. Roll out as thinly as possible, poke the surface all over with a fork and add toppings

9. To cook, preheat the oven to its highest settings and then heat your pizza tray or stone for about 10 minutes.  Put the pizza on the tray or stone and cook in the middle rack for 10 to 15 minutes (or until the cheese is melted and the crust is golden brown)

Tips and Hints

1. The Thermomix Everyday Cookbook has a couple of hints for any unused pizza dough

 

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This entry was posted on April 13, 2014 by in Mains and tagged , , , .
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