Spinnable Pizza Dough

Spinnable Pizza Dough

I was able to do that dough-spinning maneuver at home. This pizza gets rave reviews when I serve it to guests! The dough can be made in advance and frozen. I've included a method for baking the pizza without an oven too.

Ingredients: 3 pizzas

For the pizza dough:
Bread (strong) flour
200 g
Cake flour
100 g
Baking powder
1 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
Vegetable oil
3 tablespoons
Boiling water
200 ml
Pizza sauce - Recipe ID: 600267
as needed
about 300 g
Other toppings of your choice


1. Put all the pizza dough ingredients in a bowl, and knead until they come together.
2. When the dough is smooth, cover it with plastic wrap and let it rest for about 30 minutes. Make the sauce in the meantime!
3. Divide the rested dough into 3 portions, and roll each out thinly. You can try tossing and spinning it in the air! (Although that doesn't really stretch the dough out much.)
4. Top the dough with pizza sauce, cheese and other ingredients of your choice, and bake it in the oven at the highest temperature possible for about 15 minutes. Rely on your eyes rather than the timer, and check on how browned the cheese and dough edges are becoming.
5. To freeze the dough: After rolling it out thinly, place it as-is in a frying pan, and cook until both sides have firmed up. See the photo as reference. Cool the dough, wrap it up tightly and freeze.
6. If you don't have an oven: The procedure is the same as when freezing the dough. Put the rolled out dough in a frying pan over medium heat. Add the toppings as the dough is cooking. When the underside is crispy and browned, place the pizza in a fish grill or a toaster oven. Cook the pizza on high heat until the cheese on top is browned, and it's done!
7. I also recommend my easy yet authentic pizza sauce made in a blender! Recipe ID: 600267

Story Behind this Recipe

-I used to use yeasted pizza dough, but I wanted the crust to be crispier so I stopped using yeast. And when I was rolling out the dough, I thought I could spin it in the air, and tried it - and I succeeded. The dough doesn't stretch out as much as when they show it being done on TV, but it's really fun.