The diagram depicts the process of making dough for a pizza.

Overall, the process can be broken down into two stages with seven steps: one is mixing the ingredients and the other is shaping the dough.

In detail, making dough needs four different ingredients including flour, water, salt, and dry active yeast, and their amounts also vary. In particular, four cups of flour, equivalent to 500 grams, one and a half cups of water, about 325 grams, two teaspoons of salt, half a spoon of dry active yeast are put in a stand mixer. There are then slowly mixed for two minutes, after which the mixing speed is increased to medium for five minutes. The mixture is then once again mixed at a slow speed for another two minutes. Once finished, this culminates the mixing stage.

The mixture is then let rise for at least two hours and the requirement is that it should be double in size. After that, makers work the dough to remove all air bubbles and finally cut it into three equal pieces or 275 grams each, ending the second stage as well as the whole process.

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The diagram depicts the process of graphic recipe illustrates how to make pizza dough. making dough for a pizza.

Overall, the process can be broken down into two stages with seven steps: one is mixing the ingredients and the other is shaping the dough. (Not very good)

(The most important feature is that this diagram is a recipe! It is not a general manufacturing flow diagram of something done in a plant. Recipes are important in that they can usually be scaled up or cut in half to accommodate different family sizes

It is for a family meal. Homemade - made-from-scratch - pizza is much more tasty than the frozen variety. This recipe is not complete. It is only for the crust of a pizza. You need other recipes to make the topping. And then a recipe to shape the dough into the crust, add the toppings and bake it in an oven.

When approaching a Task 1 essay, it is important to use your critical thinking skills, not just a rote memorized technique for writing such essays. Your critical thinking skills can weed out those defective tasks.

I can tell by your writing that you have memorized a procedure for all Task 1 process flow essays. You have not learned to discriminate the different ones and treat them individually.

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In detail, making dough needs four different ingredients including flour, water, salt, and dry active yeast, and their amounts also vary. (That is not appropriate. The exact ratios of the ingredients are critically important. - They are not independent variables, like a line graph with different curves. ) In particular, four cups of flour, equivalent to 500 grams, one and a half cups of water, about 325 grams, two teaspoons of salt, half a spoon of dry active yeast are put in a stand mixer. There are then slowly mixed for two minutes, after which the mixing speed is increased to medium for five minutes. The mixture is then once again mixed at a slow speed for another two minutes. Once finished, this culminates the mixing stage.

The mixture is then set aside to let rise for at least two hours until it has doubled in volume. and the requirement is that it should be double in size. After that, makers the cook works work the dough to remove all air bubbles and finally cut it into three equal pieces or 275 grams each, ending the second stage as well as the whole process.

Thank you a lot.

Perhaps I should read some cookery books. 😁😁😁

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Thank you a lot.

Perhaps I should read some cookery books. 😁😁😁

Yes, that would be an excellent guide.

The graphic recipe illustrates how to make pizza dough, enough for three pies.

Overall, the picture is divided into two sections, one for the ingredients and their proportions, and the second to make the dough. The entire process takes about two and a half hours, although two hours is wait time, during which the sauce and toppings can be prepared..

There are four ingredients, in these proportions: four cups (500 gm) of 00 flour, one and a half cups (325 gm) water, two teaspoons of salt and a half teaspoon of dry active yeast.

Instructions: The ingredients must be well mixed. Combine the flour, water, salt, and yeast into an electric mixer bowl. Turn the mixer on for two minutes at slow speed, increase the speed to medium for five minutes, and finally reduce the speed to slow for another two minutes. Remove the dough from the bowl and place it on waxed paper. Let it rise for at least two hours, until the dough has doubled in size. Punch the dough ball down and knead thoroughly until all the air bubbles have been removed. Divide the ball into three parts.