Put all the ingredients in a bowl. (Keep the yeast and salt away from each other.) Start by mixing up the dough in the bowl.
When the dough is no longer floury, take it out onto a work surface and knead it until it's smooth. You don't have to put a lot of effort into it, as long as it comes together nicely!
Divide the dough into 3 pieces and round off each into a smooth ball. Pinch the seams closed on the bottom of the ball securely. Cover with plastic wrap to prevent the dough from drying out, and leave in a warm location for 10-15 minutes.
I make the pizza sauce, prep the toppings and preheat the oven (to 220C) while the dough rising.
Don't forget to heat up the baking tray when preheating the oven. This will make the dough crispy and fragrant on the bottom.
Place the dough on a sheet of kitchen parchment paper, and roll it out to a 24cm diameter disc. Press inside the edge with your fingers to make about 1cm around the edge a bit thicker.
The dough is a bit sticky, so if it's hard to roll out dust with some flour. A slightly floury surface is kind of tasty too.
When the dough has been rolled out, brush on a little olive oil (not included in ingredients), spread on the pizza sauce, and add the toppings.
Place the dough on the hot baking tray, and bake on the top rack of a preheated 220C oven for about 15 minutes. When the edges of the pie are golden brown, the pizza is done
The edges are crispy and nutty and delicious. Homemade pizza is dangerous! It's sooo good!
You can wrap the dough at Step 3 with plastic wrap and freeze it! It's very handy when you suddenly get the urge for pizza.
Is a Potato, Soy sauce-butter and Mayonnaise pizza