I am interested in whether or not a dough roller machine would be useful for me. I make a lot pastries that are about 1/8" thick from a pretty dense dough. Would there be a machine that would be helpful?
Would A Dough Roller Machine Be Useful For My Operation?
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What you want is a reversible dough sheeter, a table top model is fine. With this machine, you send the dough back and forth through two s/s rollers via two canvas belts. You set the gap between these two rollers anywhere from 30 mm (1 1/2") to 1 mm (1/16").
You need to look at this machine in a bakery equipment supplier's store. DO NOT go to a used food/restaurant equipment store! They will try to sell you a pizza dough roller that works by gravity feed. This machine is a one-trick-pony, and only usefull for pizza bases.
Hope this helps
That you are even thinking about one....
the answer is yes!
As said above you will want a dough sheeter. If you have never used one..its a timing trick the back and forth. Once you get the hang of it, it makes life VERY simple. I still remember my first go at it.... lmao!