Famous New York Pizza Dough Recipe. Lift the dough onto the prepared pan and press the dough to the edge of the pan. New York-style pizza dough is an offshoot of Neapolitan-style dough—still a thin crust pie, but slightly thicker than its Italian cousin.
Cover tightly with plastic wrap and allow to rise at warm room temperature until roughly doubled in volume. A half teaspoon of active dry yeast. Now mix until it pulls away from the side of the bowl.
For the crust you'll need: Bread Flour: This is a high-gluten flour that has a tiny amount of barley flour and vitamin C added.
Fill the mixing bowl with water, then add the salt and sugar, followed by the flour and yeast.
Great pizza starts with great pizza dough! Make a hole in the top of the flour, and spoon the yeast into the hole. The barley flour helps the yeast activate, and the vitamin C increases.