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I am going on a long drive and when I arrive at my destination I am wanting to cook a pizza. Is it recommended that I create my pizza dough the night before, place it inside a cooler of ice inside an air tight container and let it ride and rise all the way to my destination (6 hours)  ?

 

I want to arrive, press the dough into the pan and bake.

post #2 of 5
I would seriously consider parbaking.
post #3 of 5

If it were me I would wrap it very loosely (give it room rise) and when you arrive let it finish rising in a warm place while you catch up wit'cha homies.  Are you bringing all the condiments and stone(s) as well?

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yeah im preshredding the cheese, presliced onions and peppers. Homemade sauce. I figured this would be a good easy meal. The dough receipe I have is pretty good.

 

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/7245/jays-signature-pizza-crust/ 

 

 

I havent bought a stone yet, ive been using a nonstick wilson pizza pan. Feel free to recommend a good stone however I may look into it.

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Originally Posted by bobtheman View Post.............................. Feel free to recommend a good stone however I may look into it.

A fibrament baking stone that's rectangular.  Rectanglarly shaped ones offer more baking possiblilties than round stones.

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Best and I'm a foodie.   I know very little but the little that I know I want to know very well.

 

-T

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