As-Salaamu-Alaikum I'm Marriam Essa-Sayed, a proudly South African Muslimah. "Foodeva Marsay" is my Lifestyle/Food Blog, with which I "Aspire to Inspire" for the pleasure of my Creator above. A simple to understand blog which entails a fusion of my many passions in life. You will find "Foodeva Marsay" dotted with my inspiring recipes , as well as some of my Travels, Reviews and Photography. I look forward to, and appreciate, any feedback. I can be reached on the contact details provided or via the social media link ups to me. Keep Smiling Marriam Essa-Sayed
How many of You, Like myself, would dread making a Pizza from scratch? Or at least the Pizza dough bit? For years now, even as I learnt while growing up, there was always an array of ingredients to throw together…. Butter, oil, flour, milk, seasoning, some even called for an egg….tedious even if just looking at the ingredients to begin with?
My luck turned for the better that day, a good few months ago, while browsing through one of my social media sites, and I had come across a recipe that requires nothing more than 2 Ingredients for the pizza dough???
Well I finally did give that recipe a try, wondering if it were even possible with just 2 Ingredients. And all I can say is…Where on Earth has “LIFE HACKS” been all my life? it is The most simplest and most delicious pizza base, and my topping off course?, and I most definitely won’t be making any other tedious methods hereafter…enough said, here is the recipe for the dough, in pic form, as I had found it, with the dough I made at the bottom?.
Personal Notes by Foodeva Marsay
✏I did add a bit of salt, pepper and Italian herbs(Dried) to my flour.
✏Knead with hands and use more flour for dusting as you go.
✏ My final Flour to Yoghurt amounts…
1 and 1/2 Cups Self Rising Flour
3/4 Cups Yoghurt
✏ I added yoghurt a little at a time until I achieved the desired dough consistency.
~sauté sliced Mushrooms in 1 tablespoon Olive Oil, add sliced green peppers (Different colour variety may be used)
~season with a little salt and pepper
~press pizza dough onto a pizza plate, may be rolled out to your liking, I wanted a thicker base so opted to just press out the dough.
~spread 1 Tablespoon of any variety Pesto (I used a Coriander Jalapeno and Macadamia pesto), onto dough.
~Bake the pesto topped dough in a moderate oven for 5 mins, enough time to get the rest of the topping ready.
~slice a few rings of Red onions, half some cherry tomatoes and slice black olives into rounds and crumble 1/4 round of feta cheese.
~remove dough from oven, and spread with all the toppings(Any toppings may be used)
~ after topping the pizza, return back to oven and bake for 15mins or until dough is just browned through. If making a thinner base, baking times may vary, bake until as crispy as you prefer.
~5 minutes before finishing, remove pizza and top with grated mozzarella cheese, return to oven until cheese is melted and dough is done.
That my Friends…IS IT!!!