I mixed the dough for the two dough balls using the MM#3 ADM 65 DMP Dough Clone Formulation and the MM#4 Brer Rabbit/Wildflower Dough Clone Formulation Peter set-forth.
I mixed the MM#3 ADM 65 DMP Dough Clone Formulation first because I wanted to see what color the dough would get with using the ADM 65 DMP product. I mixed the ADM 65 DMP in with the formula water and also mixed the raw sugar in with the formula water. I knew when I mixed them together the color was darker than when using the Brer Rabbit in the formula water. I decided to continue, just to see what color the dough ball would turn out to be. The dough did turn out darker than when I just used the Brer Rabbit molasses, but it looked okay. It can be seen on the pictures below, what color the mixture (water, sugar or honey, and molasses) were in both formulas.
Both formulas did mix well, and both doughs felt about the same when finished mixing them. For the MM#3 ADM 65 DMP Dough Clone Formulation the final dough temperature was 78.3 degrees F, and for the MM#4 Brer Rabbit/Wildflower Dough Clone Formulation the final dough temperature was 78.6 degrees F.
The dough for both formulas were formed into a ball and then coated with toasted corn meal, then taken to my freezer to be frozen.
This is also a picture of the raw sugar I used. The raw sugar probably came from Dutch Valley. I also practiced a little this morning with my Throw Dough. I became a little better at throwing the fake skin, but not much better. Might have to practice more later.
Both pizzas today turned out well Tuesday. The pizza made with the MM#4 Brer Rabbit/Wildflower Honey Dough Clone Formulation was made first. The dough handled well, but wasn’t as strong as last weeks dough. I could toss it and twirl it though. This pizza I needed to add some screens, so the bottom of the crust wouldn’t burn. What Steve, my taste testers and I thought was really odd, was there wasn’t any more sweetness in the crust than any of the other MM’s attempted pies, even when honey was added. I don’t know if this is something like some of the Reinhart doughs, that even if honey is added there isn’t any noticeable sweetness in the crust.
The second pizza made was the MM#3 ADM 65 DMP Dough Clone formulation with raw sugar really turned out well. The crust was so moist and we all thought the pizza was great. There even was a nice crunch to the rim of the crust. This pizza did have a little more sweetness in the crust, but it was enjoyable. I am glad I didn’t disregard the ADM DMP and not try it. This was an excellent formula for a very different pizza. Steve, my taste testers and I all thought this was one of my better pies, and I have tried a lot of formulas.
I still can’t toss the dough too well, but Steve did take videos of my trying to toss and twirl both doughs. The last two pictures are of the slices side by side from both formulas. I did edit both videos, so I don’t know how long it takes for them to change. Customers kept thinking these pizzas were whole wheat flour pizzas and they were very interested in them. The one customer we gave a sample to came back and want to purchase more, but we told her we wanted to save at least two slices for Steve and me to take home. I was very excited about this different pizza!
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