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What exactly is dough enhancer?

Question: I have never heard of dough enhancer what is it, what does it look like and where do you get it? I would really appreciate your help.  I was so excited when a friend of mine showed me the everdayfoodstorage.net and it was YOUR video on how to make freezer pizzas that day!!! I have been wanting to find a good freezer recipe for the longest time!! Every friday is our traditional pizza and movie night so this could not have been any more perfect for us!!! Thank you!!!
—Misty

Answer: Dough enhancer will help make fluffier baked goods, enhance the natural flavor, and increase dough strength and shelf life. It’s perfect for…. breads, pizza dough ,rolls, scones and muffins. Add dough enhancer to your favorite recipes for a softer texture, longer shelf life and better flavor.  Ingredients: Whey, soy lecithin, Tofu Powder, Citric Acid, Dry yeast, Sea salt, spice blend, corn starch, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), natural flavor. For more information on dough enhancer, click here.

I have found dough enhancer in the baking isle at the grocery store.  (Walmart, Macy’s, Kents, Ridleys, etc..)  I usually buy two or three cans of dough enhancer at a time, because I never want to be without.

Happy pizza night!  I hope you have a great weekend and that you will email again if you any questions.

–Jenny


2 Comments

  1. I have been baking bread for decades but have never heard of dough enhancer. Where in Kansas City would I find it? I have used wheat gluten. I’d appreciate any help you could give me! Thanx!!

    1. Do you have a Sams club nearby? I googled “dough enhancer in Kansas City” and this link appeared for dough enhancer at Sams Club. You will be amazed at what a difference dough enhancer makes in your bread. When I don’t use it my wheat bread is dried out in two days. When I do use it my wheat bread stays soft and fresh for a week or more. Click here for the nutritional information on dough enhancer. It actually adds more iron, protein and lecithin into your bread among other minerals and vitamins. If you bake bread a lot, I would stock up on 5 or 6 cans of dough enhancer. The shelf life is 3 years unopened, opened only 1 year. So only buy what you can use. Hope this helps.

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