Two Ingredient Pizza Dough
With just two ingredients, Greek yogurt and self-raising flour, you have a pizza dough which is the perfect base for a yummy pizza, or better yet, pizza scrolls!
This simple pizza dough recipe is a great one to involve your children with, they can help to measure the ingredients and get hands-on with kneading the dough. Once you have your dough made you can build your ideal snack with your favourite toppings. Some ideas for your scrolls could include tomato paste topped with ham and cheese, vegemite and cheese, or spinach and feta.
The recipe uses a combination of wholemeal and white self-raising flour, but you can leave out the wholemeal flour if you don’t have it on hand, and make up the weight with extra white self-raising flour.
Two Ingredient Pizza Dough Recipe
An easy base for a yummy meal from Keiki Early Learning:
- 150g wholemeal self-raising flour
- 200g self-raising flour
- 2 ¼ cups natural Greek yogurt
- Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
- Combine the flours with the yogurt in a bowl and combine using a spoon or your hands. If the dough is too dry you may need to add some more yogurt.
- Once the dough comes together, tip it onto a floured bench top and knead until smooth, about 3 minutes.
- Place the dough back into the bowl and cover with a damp tea towel. Let it rest for 20minutes.
- For pizza: Break the dough into 3 balls and roll each into a round. Add your toppings and bake for 15minutes or until the base is crispy.
- For scrolls: Break the dough in half and roll each piece into a square shape so it is 1cm thick. Spread with your toppings and then roll it into a long, tight log. Using a sharp knife, slice the log into 2cm thick pieces and place face-up on a baking tray. Bake for 15minutes or until golden.
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