How to Freeze Pizza Dough

Learn how to freeze pizza dough so that you could have fresh homemade pizza or other bread treats whenever you want!

How to Freeze Pizza Dough - Quick Tutorial | Baking 101 So you’ve successfully made a batch of pizza dough and you’ve impressed your loved ones with a spectacular pizza. And then you find you have leftovers and can’t really have any more pizza for the day. What do you do? Discard the dough? Nuh-uh!! The yeasty dough works beautifully well even after it is frozen!

I usually make a large batch of the dough, divide into smaller batches and freeze the dough. Forget about delivery pizza. Just keep a couple dough balls in the freezer, and you’ll be able to whip up a homemade pizza faster than you could have one delivered. With this, you could also make other innovative recipes like pinwheels, chilli rolls, cilantro rolls, garlic dough bites etc!

How to Freeze Pizza Dough – Tutorial

Make a batch of the pizza dough. Punch it down,
How to Freeze Pizza Dough - Quick Tutorial | Baking 101

Form the dough into individual balls, the size you would use to make one pizza. Lightly oil each dough ball all over.
How to Freeze Pizza Dough - Quick Tutorial | Baking 101

Slide the dough ball into a freezer bag (zip lock bag) and seal, squeezing out all the air.
How to Freeze Pizza Dough - Quick Tutorial | Baking 101

Freeze it in freezer upto 3 months. When you want to use, let it thaw in refrigerator for 4-5 hours and then let it rise again in a warm spot for 1-2 hours. Once it has again doubled up in volume, you can stretch it and use it as required.
How to Freeze Pizza Dough - Quick Tutorial | Baking 101

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