Lazy Yeast Dough for Quick Delights

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Even if you’re not one to spend hours in the kitchen, this recipe is a game-changer! With just five minutes of prep time, you can whip up a versatile yeast dough that’s a true lifesaver. Store it in the refrigerator for a couple of days without worrying about it going bad—it stays fresh and ready for your culinary creations. Whether you’re craving pastries, buns, pies, or even pizza, this dough has got you covered. So, if you’re short on time or intimidated by traditional dough-making methods, give this recipe a try—it’s a winner for everyone!

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Lazy Yeast Dough for Quick Delights


  • Milk — 500 ml (2 cups)
  • Wheat flour — 5 cups
  • Sugar — 2 tbsp
  • Salt — 0.5 tsp
  • Sunflower oil — 2 tbsp
  • Yeast (dry, small packet) — 11 g

Lazy Yeast Dough for Quick Delights


Mixing the Dough:

In a bowl, combine 4 cups of flour with the yeast. Gradually pour in warm milk, then add sugar, salt, and sunflower oil. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly.

Gradually add another cup of flour while continuing to mix. Transfer the dough to a plastic bag and store it in the refrigerator.

Resting Time:

You can start using the dough after 2 hours, but it can stay in the refrigerator longer without any changes. Many prefer to prepare this dough overnight for next-day baking adventures.

Baking Delights:

Use the dough to make your favorite pastries. Whether it’s filled buns, pies with various fillings, or any other delicacies, this dough recipe yields approximately 60 small-sized treats. You’ll find that they disappear quickly!

Lazy Yeast Dough for Quick Delights

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