Dough Shrinking

Dough Shrinking Definition

Dough shrinking is when a dough piece is formed out to the desired diameter, and then within a matter of seconds, it shrinks back to a smaller size.

The problem is most commonly experienced with doughs made from high-gluten flours.

Check our pizza troubleshooting article to learn how to solve this problem and many others.

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