Pizza is our favourite food and what we like most is adding the ingredients we like the most to the surface to tune the pizza to infinity. The dough we make at home is delicious, but we do not always have time to do it, even more so if we work away from home and come home to bathe the kids, cook dinner, etc. Today you will learn how to make an incredibly fast and incredibly cheap pizza. Remember, a kilo of flour costs around 1 euro, and for this pizza, you will have 250 grams (I advise you to double the recipe and freeze half so that you will have another pizza in a few days)
Is it possible to finish it in 30 minutes? It can take more or less than ten minutes if you are well organized; turn the oven on as soon as you begin, and soon, you will have a delicious pizza waiting for you. There’s nothing like this recipe. Your pizza can be ready in 30 minutes, yes, READY to eat. This is true; you’re not mistaken. The fact of the matter is that this is no different from going to Pizza Hut or Domino. When you’re at the right place at the right time, you can have delicious, easy and fast recipes at your fingertips that will make the difference between a good night’s sleep and a great one. Try this easy pizza dough recipe in just 30 minutes.
To make this recipe, you must prove the yeast, which requires mixing the water, sugar, and yeast, then sitting for about five minutes (until it becomes foamy and bubbly). Please make sure to use warm rather than hot water in this recipe. This is best achieved at a temperature of around 105 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is well understood that if the water is too warm, it will kill the yeast and therefore won’t proof (become nice, foamy, and activated). If you aren’t sure, you will be able to judge the temperature accurately, get a thermometer and measure the temperature yourself. However, it shouldn’t feel hot but should be warm to the touch.
Once the yeast has proofed, combine it with 2 cups of flour, olive oil, and salt tablespoons. Combine well. Make sure you add more flour after the dough forms a sticky ball. Make a ball of the dough by turning it out on a floured surface and rolling it for about 5 minutes or until smooth.
This easy pizza dough recipe can also be made and kneaded with a standing mixer, although I make it by hand. I prefer not to make a mess with my mixer when making this recipe because it is so fast and easy.
Make sure it becomes smooth and not sticky as you knead. Adding a little extra flour may be necessary to achieve the perfect consistency. You should only add between 1-and 2 tablespoons at a time so that you do not overdo the amount.
Just ten minutes in a warm place will do! Put the dough in a greased bowl and cover it loosely with plastic wrap! You’ll have a delicious pizza in 30 minutes! Remove the dishcloth from the bowl ten minutes later. The dough should have doubled in size by the time it can hold an indent when it is pressed.
Form the dough into the desired shape when it is elastic and smooth. Our pizza stones come in circular and rectangular shapes; we usually make two pizzas each. Apart from round, we have made them in fun shapes, including a football for the Super Bowl. Roll out the form into a 12″-thick sheet on a well-floured surface once formed.
You can prick your dough with a fork when you see pockets of gas-forming while baking so that the gas can be released. Pre-baking the dough can sometimes lead to this problem, and it can be quickly resolved! You can always prick the dough with a fork before baking to avoid this happening.
Apply the sauce, toppings, etc., after the dough is pre-baked, and bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown and cheese is melted. It will help if you let the pizza cool for at least five to ten minutes before cutting and serving it to avoid burning your mouth on hot sauce. It is very easy with pizza scissors to cut pizza, and it makes cutting pizza so much easier.
Use a good sauce:
A sour sauce will blemish your pizza as well.
Use bread flour:
It is worth mentioning that bread flour has a higher protein content than conventional all-purpose flour, making the dough chewier.
Bake at a high temperature:
Making homemade pizzas requires that your oven be heated as hot as possible. Make sure your oven is set at its highest setting to get a crisp, high-rising crust.
Put some cheese on before the toppings:
The cheese will keep the toppings in place when it’s thin. The cheese toppings are also created on top of the pizza, simply amazing.