Introduction: Super Fast Pizza From Scratch - No Mixer & Easy Clean Recipe

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This is possibly the quickest (& laziest) pizza - from scratch - in the world! Like a proper pizza, the base is made from a yeast dough. But unlike proper recipes, I don't knead or proof the dough. The result is a half-pizza-half-focaccia-bread creation. This is quirky & totally unauthentic, but very easy & delicious! Like all my other recipes, no mixer or food processor required and very little cleaning up involved!

Please see the video above for a clear step-by-step demo. Written instructions below are accurate but not as easy to follow as the video.

Step 1: Turn the oven on to preheat. 230 C (450 F) or 200 C (400 F) for fan oven.

Step 2: Line a baking tray (approx 30 x 20cm / 12 x 8in) with aluminum foil. Put a knob of butter on it, about 10-15 g (1 tablespoon). Put the tray in the oven for about 20 seconds to soften the butter & heat up the tray. Spread the butter around with a spoon to generously grease the lined tray. Set aside.

Step 3: Make the dough. In a bowl, mix together: 250 g (2 cups) plain (AP) flour + 1 & 1/2 teaspoon instant yeast (aka 'easy bake' or 'yeast for machines') + 1/2 teaspoon salt + 1/2 teaspoon sugar (optional). Then add 170 ml / g (5 & 3/4 fl oz) slightly warm water. Mix to form a sticky dough.

Step 4: Put the dough on the greased baking tray. Using a spoon to shape it slightly and flip it over. Now the top the dough lump is also greased. Place a large piece of plastic wrap on top and press the dough out with hands to form the base. Set aside.

Step 5: To make the sauce, mix together about 2 tablespoons of tomato puree + 1 tablespoon of ketchup + pinch of salt + generous sprinkle of dried oregano + a little olive oil (optional). Spread onto the base. Top with cheese (I use cheddar). You can customize the sauce and toppings to your liking.

Step 6: Bake in the preheated oven for 17-20 minutes (time can vary depending on oven). Best eaten hot out of the oven. This serves two to three people.

Please check out my other Instructables for other easy baking recipes. And 'follow' me for more to come.

Jo-Annie :)

Comments

ThisIsMyNameOK (author)2015-01-08

I finally made this! Eating it right now for lunch. It's so good!

The only problem is I didn't put enough stuff on it, so it's a little dry. My dough didn't look quite right and I was worried that it wasn't going to turn out so I just put a little sauce and cheese on it, so I wouldn't waste all my toppings. But it's so easy to make I could make another one for dinner.

Great! Glad you enjoy it. :)

Yes, it's an ugly looking dough. :D

ThisIsMyNameOK (author)2014-10-03

Sounds good. And I just happen to have a jar of instant yeast in the fridge and a can of pizza sauce in the cupboard. This might just end up being dinner tomorrow night. :)

Great! if you made it, let me know how you get on. :)

I didn't actually end up making it today. I had to go out to run some errands and there just wasn't enough time when I got back. I like to be able to take my time when I'm making something new, and have a back up plan just in case. I'll try it sometime soon.

seamster (author)2014-10-03

Nice! Thanks for sharing this!

myquirkyrecipe (author)seamster2014-10-04

You're welcome. Enjoy! :)

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