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How to make a very easy pizza

Updated on March 27, 2016

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Image 1 (Final product)
Image 1 (Final product)
Image 2 (Yeast-water mixture after leaving it for 5 min)
Image 2 (Yeast-water mixture after leaving it for 5 min)
Image 4 (Pizza in tray, and balls idea)
Image 4 (Pizza in tray, and balls idea)
Image 6 (Another shape of final product)
Image 6 (Another shape of final product)
Image 3 (Dough after left for an hour or two)
Image 3 (Dough after left for an hour or two)
Image 5  (Things to put on your pizza, and there are countless more!)
Image 5 (Things to put on your pizza, and there are countless more!)

Cook Time

Prep time: 1 hour
Cook time: 1 hour 5 min
Ready in: 2 hours 5 min
Yields: Big pizza tray


  • 2 1/2 cups Flour, sifted
  • 2 tsp instant yeast
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup water, warm
  • 3/4 cup milk, warm
  1. Start out by washing your hands and getting out all your ingredients.
  2. Put the flour in a big bowl with salt
  3. Heat the water until warm. (Note. DO NOT make it boil. Let it WARM)
  4. Put the water with the yeast and sugar
  5. Stir and leave for 5 minutes or until it rises a little. (Image 2)
  6. Add it to the flour and stir (With your hands or with a spoon, but not with a mixer.)
  7. Add the milk, and stir
  8. If the dough is still dry and not like the one shown in image 3, add some warm water or milk.
  9. When you get your desired product cover it with anything and leave for an hour or two
  10. Put the dough on the tray and straighten it
  11. (Extra: I made something that tastes really good and gives a good shape to the pizza. Get out a tiny bit of the dough and put inside it cheese or hot-dog or anything you want, and put it on the edge of the tray, or in other words, let it border the tray. Like image 4)
  12. Add whatever things you like on the dough, but don't forget the tomato sauce first. Image four shows what I chose to put. (Green pepper, tomato, olive, mozzarella, hot dogs, chicken.)
  13. How to make the chicken? Get the frozen chicken breasts and cut them in small squares. Wash them. In a pan, put grated garlic (about 1 piece) and fry till golden, add the chicken and leave for 10 min. or until you feel it's done.
  14. Bake it in 180 degree C heated oven. or 355 degrees F

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