Pizza with Rosehill Sourdough
v2.0 release notes: yeasted recipes! Yes you read that right. Obviously I want everyone to experience the magic of sourdough, but some folks just aren’t ready to make that change. I’ve adapted all the recipes in this book to be able to use the exact same techniques and timelines, just with ADY, IDY, or fresh yeast instead of sourdough. Also, I’ve adapted some of the thicknesses of some of the recipes (very minor changes) based on some community feedback. Enjoy v2! – Mike
Where Baking with Rosehill Sourdough covers all sorts of sourdough baking, this book is a deep-dive on sourdough pizza. After looking everywhere for a resource on dough for different sourdough pizza styles and coming up short, I did the research, created and tested the recipes, and compiled them here, for you!
I’ll teach you how to create a sourdough starter from scratch and maintain it, then it’s all about the pizza! 15 dough recipes across 4 categories: Neapolitan, Neo-Neapolitan, New World, and Pan. It’s important to note that I distinguish among styles by altering the dough and the baking techniques, rather than focusing on toppings. I have included a section with sauce recipes and topping combinations, but the focus here is on dough.
If you’ve been around here long, you know I am a firm believer in sourdough for superior pizza quality and digestibility. My goal with this book is make the world of sourdough pizza accessible, because everyone can make great pizza at home. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, using a home oven or an Ooni, this book is for you. The recipes take nothing for granted, so if this is your first sourdough venture, I’m here for you. If you consider yourself a pizza pro, there’s plenty here for you too, whether it’s learning more about fermentation or the importance of enzymes or discovering a new pizza dough style, this book will level up your pizza game.
This book is packed full of the sourdough knowledge you’ve come to expect from @rosehillsourdough, plus answers to your FAQs, like how to prevent and repair tears in pizza dough, keep the dough from sticking, and how to identify the perfect proof. It’s everything you need to make excellent pizza at home.