Here’s an easy, healthy pizza dough that doesn’t involve any strange ingredients (like cauliflower).
Just pantry staples to make a recipe that always works so that you can feel like a pro and easily whip up an easy pizza (or pizza scrolls) when you fancy it. Even if you don’t normally stock yeast, a few sachets will last for ages, and it’s really easy to use. So add it to your shopping list, with some wholemeal flour and see how easy it is to make delicious pizza at home.
Easy Wholemeal pizza dough
Makes 2 pizzas
This recipe easily doubles to make more pizzas. We love to make a few big ones for dinner and then some mini pizzas for lunchboxes the following day.
For Pizza scrolls, roll the dough out quite then. Then spread with sugo or tomato salsa, top with toppings and then roll up along the long edge. Slice into 5cm scrolls then place on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Bake at 200˚C (fan forced) for 15 minutes or until golden and cooked through.
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