How to make pizza dough

Making pizza dough is actually fast and easy. Steve is sharing with us his fast recipe that requires only 5 simple ingredients. Give it a try. The whole family will be delighted to savor a made-from-scratch pizza that you can easily shape the way you want!

The tools you’ll need

The indications for the recipe are in grams because the metric system is precise when it comes to baking (or for pastries).

Use a digital scale like this one, as it converts easily between different types of measurements:

Digital scale for baking

You’ll also need a big bowl.

Duralex cooking bowls

We used the KitchenAid Stand Mixer (but it’s optional, you can mix by hand)

KitchenAid Stand Mixer

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The ingredients

225g water
8g yeast – shop the yeast now on Amazon
360g flour type 00 show the flour now on Amazon
25g olive oil – shop the olive oil now on Amazon
5g salt shop salt now on Amazon

5 ingredients only for making from scratch a pizza dough!

The directions

1- Mix the yeast in lukewarm water. Then wait 15min.
2- Add the flour, olive oil, and salt.
3- Mix during 4-5min medium speed (with the hook if you use the stand mixer)
4- Then shape the dough as a ball. Let it in a bowl for 1h.

Your pizza dough is ready! Easy, right?

Now you can start making the pizza you like, topping the dough with tomato pizza sauce, mushrooms, olives, ham, mozzarella, anchovies…

Preheat your oven at 400F and bake for about 15min… and Buon Appetito! 🙂

Lunch ideas with Pizza

Discover all the easy and fun lunch ideas that were shared with you on Teuko!

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