Pizza, one of those American favorite foods that can get expensive and pretty unhealthy when you buy it, but is pretty easy to make at home. Our family loves to make our own pizza creations and often we each make our own pie with personally selected toppings. The crust can be a challenge to get to the desired thickness and keep it that way during baking. The Orblue Dough Docker is similar to what commercial bakers use, so I was anxious to try it.
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A dough docker is used to poke holes in the crust which keeps it from rising too much and unevenly during baking. It gives you that nice, flat surface for your toppings. The Orblue looks like it will be easy to use and the plastic handle is easy to grip. But testing will prove it’s worth.
The docker rolls easily over the dough, creating the desired impressions. Once the crust is baked, the surface is indeed quite even and not overly puffed. This dough docker does indeed work well and quite easily. I like that it is also very easy to clean. I used soapy water and rinsed. A few seconds of clean up and it was ready to store for the next pizza day!
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