Place a plastic bag on a scale. In that bag, add the two kinds of flour, sugar, salt, and yeast. Close the bag and shake lightly to mix.
Open the bag and pour in the olive oil and water.
Now close the bag again and massage it so that the powdered ingredients and the liquid mix thoroughly.
When the dough comes together, seal the bag and let rest for an hour. The dough will improve and be more moist.
Without removing from the bag, roll it out thinly to about 1mm thick. When done, open up the bag with a knife or a pair of scissors.
Place the dough on a sheet of aluminum foil. Spread out some pizza sauce and put some topping and cheese on top. Roll up and then open up the aluminum foil before using to make it easier to handle.
I used onions, shimeji mushrooms, bell pepper, boiled eggs, and anchovy paste for the toppings.
Bake in a 200℃ preheated oven for 10 minutes. Please adjust the baking time and temperature based on your oven.
Enjoy while it's still hot.
Story Behind this Recipe
I'm so hooked on homemade pizza. I started being lazy with it since I wanted to make the procedures more simple, and ended up with this easy recipe. These days I'm even making this on a busy weekday night.
Just remember that it's 50 g of flour per serving, and the water should be half the amount of the flour Please increase the amount of ingredients according to the number of servings. When using aluminum foil, roll it up before spreading it out. This makes the foil slightly bumpy to prevent the dough from sticking (I didn't do this when I took the photo, so it was really a hassle afterwards). I advise you to use a sheet of parchment paper.