A chum passed this on, it has taken me a while to try it as I thought there must be something missing...apart from the yeast however I did try it a few days ago, and was well impressed, it is easy and simple...needs to be for me
300 gm SR Flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 300 gm natural yoghurt
Pre heat oven to 220/200 fan/7 gas place two baking trays in oven to heat
Mix flour, salt, baking powder, make a well in the middle. Pour in yogurt, mix with a fork to combine and form a rough dough. Turn on to lightly floured surface, knead to form a smooth ball. Divide into 4 pieces, roll into thin circles.
Remove baking trays from oven, lay pizza bases on top, bake in oven for 3-4 mins until beginning to rise. Remove from oven
Turn pizza base over, top with chosen toppings, ( I did a basic tomato passata sauce, cheese and basil ) season, return to oven, cook for 5 mins or until cheese begins to melt and base is crisp.
I have to say, they were really good. If your toppings include onions, mushrooms etc, I think it would be best to saute them first as the cooking time of the pizza base is very quick. If you want a thicker base divide the dough in to bigger pieces.
Post by Lancashire Lass on Feb 9, 2021 11:55:28 GMT
Ah ha rightio, I see the ingredients this time Cj! I love pizza but stopped eating it because it was so loaded with calories but you’ve got my attention . Does it make a thin and crispy base or thick and chewy?
It is easy magzzz, the only thing is, it cooks quickly therefore you do have to hang around and watch the oven...like they do on Bakeoff.
That was a stressful cooking day Sunnydays...bet you couldn't face it yourself when the time came...rose and crisps..that did me me think of 'sunny days' hopefully won't be too long before we can enjoy that little treat actually outside in the warm sunshine.