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Homemade Yogurt Pizza dough

October 14, 2023 12:15 pm
posted by Lucy

Thursday 14th October

Check out my article today in the Cork Independence - it a great simple alternative to shop bought pizza:

In the below recipe, you can use anything for a topping. I generally try to reduce down the cheese topping and generally use pesto with chopped peppers, sauted onions with olives or thinly sliced tomatoes with fresh basil. Every time I do this recipe the consistency is different so if you feel this is too wet, simply add more flour till it come to a point that you can kneed easily in your hands without everything sticking.

Yogurt pizzas

1 cup of wholegrain flour (I use spelt)
½ cup of yogurt
A pinch of salt

Sieve the flour into a bowl and add the yogurt. Stir well with your hands and kneed into a ball (see note above). Let sit for 5-10 minutes.
Separate the mixture into as many pizzas as you want (it makes 4 thick pizzas or 8 thin) and roll into a ball.
Dust the counter and place the tiny balls in the middle, using a flouted rolling pin to flatten to desired thickness (I usually keep to about the size of a pitta bread)
Place the flattened pizzas on to a dry frying pan and cook for a few minutes each side, till they start to brown.
They are now ready for toppings and then under the grill for 5 mins.

Sugar free

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