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September 13, 2016 at 2:28pm

In reply to by Trish T (not verified)

Hi Trish, You sure can incorporate an overnight rise into the process of making this recipe. You have two options. You can either mix and knead the dough, cover it, and let it rise in the fridge overnight (about 12-16 hours). The next morning, you'll need to deflate and roll out the dough, fill it, chop it, and then let it rise for about 2-3 hours until it warms up and becomes puffy before baking.

The other option is to make the dough the night ahead of time, let it rise at room temperature, shape, fill, and chop the dough, then cover and refrigerate overnight. The next morning, take out the dough while the over preheats and then bake as directed. Both methods work; choose what works best for your schedule. Happy baking! Kye@KAF
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