Dough Ball

The pizza dough ball is a fundamental element in the art of pizza-making. It begins with a portion of well-fermented dough, divided into individual balls. The dough ball undergoes careful shaping, where it is gently folded and molded to create surface tension, contributing to the desired texture of the crust. After a brief resting period, the dough ball is further shaped into a round disc, with attention to forming a thicker edge that defines the crust’s character.