A thin, crisp but chewy pizza calls for a high gluten strength and a protein level of 13 to 14 percent, while a thicker crust with a soft bite requires a lower gluten strength and protein level of 10-12 percent.
Technique and ingredients play a key role in getting to a desired pizza outcome. Paying attention to small details of the pizza making will result in producing amazing quality pizzas, whether thin and crispy or thick, bready pan styles.
From bakers yeast and sourdough bacteria fermentation to enzyme technology solutions, bakers can improve product quality while keeping a clean label. Achieve a fine cell structure, good resilience and a uniform crumb structure in your finished breads.