Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Save recipe Ingredients Nutrition Servings 4-6 Yield 1 14inch pizza Units US 1 (1/4 ounce) package active dry yeast 1 cup warm water 1⁄2 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons olive oil 2 1⁄2-3 1⁄2 cups all-purpose flour Advertisement Directions See How It’s Made Dissolve yeast in warm water in warmed bowl. Add salt, olive oil, and 2 1/2 cup flour. Attach bowl and dough hook, turn to speed 2 and mix 1 minute. Continuing on speed 2, add remaining flour, 1/2 cup at a time, until dough clings to dough hook and cleans sides of bowl. Knead on speed 2 for 2 minutes. Place in greased bowl, turning to grease top. Cover, let rise in warm place until doubled in bulk (about 1 hour). Punch dough down. Brush 14 inch pizza pan with oil. Press dough across bottom of pan forming collar around edge to hold filling Top with fillings and bake at 450°F for 15 to 20 minutes. Submit a Correction Advertisement
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Directions See How It’s Made Dissolve yeast in warm water in warmed bowl. Add salt, olive oil, and 2 1/2 cup flour. Attach bowl and dough hook, turn to speed 2 and mix 1 minute. Continuing on speed 2, add remaining flour, 1/2 cup at a time, until dough clings to dough hook and cleans sides of bowl. Knead on speed 2 for 2 minutes. Place in greased bowl, turning to grease top. Cover, let rise in warm place until doubled in bulk (about 1 hour). Punch dough down. Brush 14 inch pizza pan with oil. Press dough across bottom of pan forming collar around edge to hold filling Top with fillings and bake at 450°F for 15 to 20 minutes. Submit a Correction
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Quality of dough hook not good I liked the mixer. But the quality of attachments is not satisfactory. The coating of the dough hook is peeling off. Its getting into the dough. The pieces are tiny, so are difficult to find. I not happy with the dough hook. Was this review helpful? Yes No Flag as Inappropriate July 10, 2016 Raggs Originally posted at KitchenAid Was this review helpful? Yes No Flag as Inappropriate
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Chipping Nylon Coating The dough hook works great. I use it for making bread most weekends, and have for almost five years, when we received our KitchenAid KSM150PS (Pistachio Green!).A few weeks back I noticed what looked like egg shells in my dough. Turns out it was nylon coating from the hook. It is now chipping and coming off at an accelerate rate. I can't use the dough hook any more.I would prefer an all metal version, that I don't have to worry about stuff chipping off into my food. Was this review helpful? Yes No Flag as Inappropriate January 17, 2016 WeeklyBaker Originally posted at KitchenAid Was this review helpful? Yes No Flag as Inappropriate
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Chipping Nylon Coating The dough hook works great. I use it for making bread most weekends, and have for almost five years, when we received our KitchenAid KSM150PS (Pistachio Green!).A few weeks back I noticed what looked like egg shells in my dough. Turns out it was nylon coating from the hook. It is now chipping and coming off at an accelerate rate. I can't use the dough hook any more.I would prefer an all metal version, that I don't have to worry about stuff chipping off into my food. Was this review helpful? Yes No Flag as Inappropriate
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

The dough hook works great. I use it for making bread most weekends, and have for almost five years, when we received our KitchenAid KSM150PS (Pistachio Green!).A few weeks back I noticed what looked like egg shells in my dough. Turns out it was nylon coating from the hook. It is now chipping and coming off at an accelerate rate. I can't use the dough hook any more.I would prefer an all metal version, that I don't have to worry about stuff chipping off into my food.
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

I have misplaced the dough hook attachment for my KitchenAid stand mixer, and I’m debating what type of dough hook attachment to purchase to replace it, and specifically if there are performance tradeoffs between the two common types. I usually knead by hand but I lean on the mixer for higher-hydration dough or just when I’m feeling lazy.
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Kitchen Aid Dough Hook

Like other reviewers, I'm feeling ripped off. If a manufacturer knows of a recurring problem, WHY NOT FIX IT? I have my mixer for 5 years but probably use it only 4-6 times a year for very specific recipes where the dough hook is needed. I did pre-read all of the use and care literature because, for me, this is a huge investment. The dough hook is dishwasher safe and I only wash it on the top rack. Why then does the coating come off? I'll tell you why; it's so Kitchenaid can make money off of the consumer every year or two! C'mon Kitchenaid, you can do better! Make the hook without the coating or I will consciously avoid buying ANY of your products in the future!
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I see just a couple questions on SA about dough hooks, but they’re really about how to prevent dough walking up and wrapping, like this one and this one. Sounds like the C-shape tends to hold onto the dough too much (dough wraps and climbs) and that the two styles put different wear on the mixers.
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The C, J or spade hook is a dismal excuse, having an older “professional” (as you say, in name only) 5-quart Kitchen-Aid mixer that came with one. Per comment above one evidently cannot just swap to the spiral hook on that era of mixer due to the bearings being different. The C hook works against the sides of the bowl, while the spiral works against the bottom, so it pushes up on the shaft.
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My experience: The latter (spiral-shaped) dough attachment is what originally came with my “professional” (in name only) KitchenAid model. I find that it really only seems to perform well for medium-hydration dough (lower and higher don’t work as well), and for a medium amount of dough (too much or too little doesn’t seem to work as well). Perhaps I’m just having too-high hopes for this attachment in the first place, or I’m missing something else.
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Nylon chipping I love my Artisan Stand Mixer, but after a year, the nylon coating is chipping off of the dough hook. I'm even finding flecks of the coating in my breads. Please make a metal hook for this model! Was this review helpful? Yes No Flag as Inappropriate
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I love my Artisan Stand Mixer, but after a year, the nylon coating is chipping off of the dough hook. I'm even finding flecks of the coating in my breads. Please make a metal hook for this model!
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Recipe by Miraklegirl This is an easy, really good pizza dough from the cookbook that came with my KitchenAid mixer. Last night, I topped it with grilled vegetables, pine nuts, and fresh mozzarella but the possibilities are endless. Enjoy! Top Review by quixoposto I use this recipe all the time. It is important to only put as much flour as needed usually closer to 2.5 than 3.5 cups. Sometimes I double the olive oil, sometimes I add herbs to the dough such as rosemary or italian seasoning. See Discussion: 27 Reviews 1 Tweak 1 Q&A Save recipe
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Description In the mix. Tackle recipes with ease with this seven-speed digital hand mixer by KitchedAid. Its soft start function keeps your ingredients from splattering out of your bowl, while the included hooks power through heavy dough and the pro whisk is ideal for whipping and aerating. From KitchenAid. Includes hand mixer, two turbo beaters, two dough hooks, and pro whiskSeven speedsSoft grip handleSoft start featureBeater ejector buttonLockable swivel cordApproximate measurements: Mixer 6″H x 3-1/2″W x 8″D, weighs 2 lbs, 2 oz; Cord 5’LUL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty About KitchenAid
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Description In the mix. Tackle recipes with ease with this seven-speed digital hand mixer by KitchedAid. Its soft start function keeps your ingredients from splattering out of your bowl, while the included hooks power through heavy dough and the pro whisk is ideal for whipping and aerating. From KitchenAid. Includes hand mixer, two turbo beaters, two dough hooks, and pro whiskSeven speedsSoft grip handleSoft start featureBeater ejector buttonLockable swivel cordApproximate measurements: Mixer 6″H x 3-1/2″W x 8″D, weighs 2 lbs, 2 oz; Cord 5’LUL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
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In the mix. Tackle recipes with ease with this seven-speed digital hand mixer by KitchedAid. Its soft start function keeps your ingredients from splattering out of your bowl, while the included hooks power through heavy dough and the pro whisk is ideal for whipping and aerating. From KitchenAid. Includes hand mixer, two turbo beaters, two dough hooks, and pro whiskSeven speedsSoft grip handleSoft start featureBeater ejector buttonLockable swivel cordApproximate measurements: Mixer 6″H x 3-1/2″W x 8″D, weighs 2 lbs, 2 oz; Cord 5’LUL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
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A spiral unscrews itself from the dough. I enjoy not having to scrape down the “C” hook. KA don't have a good rep for long mixing times of heavy loads. When mixing, hold out some of the flour, mix the thinner batter to your desired consistency, add the remaining flour for a short mix with the heavier load. – Optionparty Apr 29 ’15 at 0:02