We've done a number of variations on this. Taco Pizza, Chicken BBQ, using shortening, using bacon grease all dependent on what we had in the house at the time. I'll give my thoughts on some of them.
This makes two 12 inch pizzas. Although we have made one really thick pizza from this recipe and it was still pretty good.
Sorry this took so long to put together, I've been promising this for a while and I was supposed to get it in for the Pizza contest. Life has a funny way of getting all complicated.
Step 1: Hang ups
I will advocate the use of kitchen tools you may not have. If you don't have these tools you can still get by and I'll attempt to tell you how. We recently made pizza on a campfire with very few tools and it was still yummy.
Kitchen Thermometer - This is just for making sure your water is "lukewarm" +/- 110 degrees
Egg White Strainer - useful but not needed, for years I made this by cupping the yolk out with the shell.
Stand Mixer - You can use your arm and a spoon, I've just gotten lazy.
Convection Oven - like I said, we've done this on a campfire, but you will need a heat source of some kind.
Cast Iron Pizza Pan - These rock! but not needed.
I will advocate the use of bacon grease in the making of this. Spectrum vegetable shortening is a good alternative. There are ingredients like milk and egg used in this recipe and can be substituted but I have no idea what the results will be like.