The Best and Worst Ways to Store Pizza Dough
It takes time and effort to prep your pizza dough, so why not make extra to save time next time? After all, who doesn't want pizza more often?
Making your own dough isn't difficult, but does take time. Follow your favorite recipe, then store the dough using one of the following methods after it has had time to rise.
After your dough is done rising, create balls and wrap them or seal them in air-tight containers. Your dough should last for about 2 weeks.
Use the same steps as when storing in your fridge, and your dough will last for up to 3 months. To thaw, move your dough to the fridge overnight.
Storing your pizza dough on the countertop isn't a good idea. Without being chilled, your dough will over-ferment or become tough and chewy, based on whether or not it has active yeast in it.