Pizza Express Dough Balls
£2.99 (£1.50 per 100g)
Suitable for vegetarians.A restaurant favourite since 1969 Dough Balls were invented in our first Wardour St restaurant, in 1969. They were made with our signature pizza dough and a simple, tasty garlic butter dip. Decades later, we're proud to say that the original Dough Ball and garlic butter dip is still a restaurant favourite. Antenor Siqueira Head Pizzaiolo
Garlic Butter Dip:
|Typical values||100g contains||Per serving 8.75g (1/4 dip pot) contains|
|Of which Saturates||43.2g||3.8 g|
|Of which Sugars||0.8g||0.1 g|
|Typical values||100g contains||Per serving 44g (approx 4 dough balls) contains|
|Of which Saturates||1.0||0.4|
|Of which Sugars||4.6||2.0|
1. Follow instructions for chilled Dough Balls.2. Increase bake time to 7-8 minutes.Type: Electric, Temp: 200�C, Time: 7-8 mins.Type: Fan, Temp: 180�C, Time: 7-8 mins.Type: Gas, Temp: Mark 6, Time: 7-8 mins.Adjust times according to your particular oven.
1. Preheat oven.2. Remove from tray and film wrap.3. Set aside the garlic butterdip to warm to room temperature.4. Place Dough Balls on a baking tray.5. Bake for 5-6 minutes.6. Once cooked, remove Dough Balls from oven and serve immediately.Type: Electric, Temp: 200�C, Time: 5-6 mins.Type: Fan, Temp: 180�C, Time: 5-6 mins.Type: Gas, Temp: Mark 6, Time: 5-6 mins.Adjust times according to your particular oven.
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