The best advice I can offer is simple: don’t let it go to waste. I thaw frozen pizza-like doughs by placing them in a saucepan and turning them over with a large wooden spoon. I then add a little bit of water, cover, and let me know if they are frozen solid. I prefer my doughs to be firm but still soft. I also suggest using a heavy weight. That way you don’t have to worry about it getting all clumpy.
Thawing frozen doughs is a great way to get out of any jams that might occur as you prepare to make pizza. If you are making a large quantity of dough, that is. If a recipe calls for it to be frozen, you are likely to have a bit of a problem. It is important to thaw the dough before you use it to produce pizza dough.
Don’t thaw your doughs in the refrigerator either. The temperature of your refrigerator will cause the texture of the dough to revert back to its original frozen state. This is a very bad thing because it can make your pizza dough hard, which will make it very difficult to use.
I had a friend once who used to always thaw pizza dough in the microwave. He said that he never got it to thaw properly. So he would put it in the microwave, and if it didn’t thaw in 10 seconds, he would thaw it.
I think thawing dough is an incredibly bad idea because it takes time and results in a tough, tough, tough dough. Also, if you do this, you’ll have to throw away a ton of dough because it wont work the way you want it to.
You can also heat up the dough in the microwave to increase the time it takes for it to thaw. I know this is a bad idea because you could burn yourself (but that’s my point). It’s an easy way to get dough to thaw properly.
If you can’t thaw it in 10 seconds, you probably won’t be able to throw it away. Thawing is probably the most time consuming part of making bread, and thawing dough by microwaving it might not be the best idea either. You also burn yourself if you do this too. Not to mention your dough will be tough, tough, tough…
Although I’m not a baker, I still get it. I also get the idea that microwaving dough is just bad for the oven.
One of the best ways to thaw dough is to use a hot water bath. You just cover it with warm water and then leave it to soak over night. There are also other ways, but really, one of the best ways is to just take it out of the fridge and put it in the microwave and let the microwave do its thing.
The same goes for frozen dough, but it’s worth noting that if your dough is cold, you’ll need to add a little extra time and effort to thaw it before it can be baked again.