Combine all the ingredients and knead. Roll it up once it becomes somewhat smooth. If you're using a bread maker, let it knead for about 10 minutes,and then take it out and roll it up. No rising.
Leave it to rest for 20 minutes. Spray water and cover with a wet paper towel.
Roll it out into the shape of your choice and place it on top of parchment paper. Poke holes with a fork.
If you keep the rim a little thicker, the sauce and toppings won't spill out.
Top it with the sauce and toppings you like and bake for 18 to 20 minutes at 200℃ Please adjust the baking time accordingly.
This is a fluffy, thick pizza (anchovy, garlic, onions, mayonnaise, cheese). More like a pizza bread, due to its thickness.
This is a thinly rolled out crust. Since the surface area got bigger, I added lots of toppings. It's made with basil sauce.
This pizza is topped with dried curry sauce and cheese ♪ Very easy to make using leftovers, but still good.
Pizza with tomatoes, cheese, and mayonnaise. Pizzas are fun to make, since you can do so with a variety of toppings.
Here is an example of using this dough to make it into a naan to go with curry.
Story Behind this Recipe
I at least wanted to make the crust oil-free, since there's already lots of oil in the sauce, cheese, and toppings. It has a chewy texture like naan, so it could go well with curry too.
This recipe only calls for one rising after resting at Step 2. When rolling out the dough, dust it with flour. If you want to make this into a crispy crust, roll it out thin, put toppings and toss it in the oven. Homemade pizzas are versatile, so you can have fun putting any toppings you like.