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Pizza Dough: Only 2 ingredients, no proving needed


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Only 2 ingredients

  • 400 g Self Raising Flour, (can be wholemeal)
  • 225 g Greek yoghurt, Full fat
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Recipe's preparation

    Easy Peasy
  1. In your Thermomix Bowl, add all Ingredients. 
    Mix 4 seconds, speed 6.
    Kneed for 1 min (Interval speed).  

    No need to prove, only open with a rolling pin, I put cling film in both sides, then transfer to a tray covered with foil.

    add topping to your liking, on the picture: tomato sauce, cheese, and mushrooms 

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Tip

You can see on the picture, that the consistency is like a wet crumble, and it only comes together when you roll between 2 cling films. 

If the consistency is dry (dry crumble) just add another 40g of Yoghurt and kneed for 30 sec.   


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  • Can this be made and parcooked (without the sauce)...

    Submitted by Running-with-ink on 20. January 2019 - 12:55.

    Can this be made and parcooked (without the sauce) and frozen?

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  • Great recipe. I used natural yoghurt and it was...

    Submitted by bekogrady on 8. October 2018 - 09:17.

    Great recipe. I used natural yoghurt and it was perfect.

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  • Made this recipe a few times now, and the whole...

    Submitted by Maceymoo on 12. May 2018 - 18:40.

    Made this recipe a few times now, and the whole family LOVES it! it's quick, and yummy!
    We like thin pizza crust, so we get 2 big pizzas and one small one!
    Smile Give it a go, its TOO easy!

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  • These were great. Although I actually went more by...

    Submitted by Purcellfamily on 22. February 2018 - 19:29.

    These were great. Although I actually went more by people's comments than the original recipe. I used 400gm gf self raising flour and 300gm yoghurt and then mixed it speed 6 for 20 secs. It was not crumbly at all. In fact it was actually a
    little sticky so I just added a bit of extra flour when I rolled it out. Tasted so good.

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  • Cooking instructions please - oven temperature and...

    Submitted by Sunshine51 on 20. November 2017 - 10:09.

    Cooking instructions please - oven temperature and time

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  • Pre bake 200 degrees...

    Submitted by Lenorafred on 6. September 2017 - 16:51.

    Pre bake 200 degrees
    Bake 10 min 180 degrees

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  • super easy and delish I used this to make pizza...

    Submitted by katienixonemery on 12. March 2017 - 17:14.

    super easy and delish I used this to make pizza pockets!!!

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  • love this recipe, I make it

    Submitted by leanne_eddy on 15. August 2016 - 21:09.

    love this recipe, I make it for my kids lunch box and he thinks it's the best thing ever. thanks for sharing

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  • Yummy thanks for sharing, I

    Submitted by Love2create on 13. August 2016 - 23:41.

    Yummy thanks for sharing, I have used this recipe at least twice and the kids love it. 

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  • I think I did something wrong

    Submitted by soulful on 25. July 2016 - 11:39.

    I think I did something wrong because mine was way to crumble.  I didn't see the tip until it was too late.  I wanted to use it like focaccia, topped it with a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkle of sea salt.  I don't eat wheat so I can't comment on the flavour, however the children did enjoy the 'bread', they said it tasted more like a scones then bread dough. Also the instructions seemed incomplete with no oven temperature and cooking time.

     

     

    2 ingredient dough 2 ingredient dough

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  • YUM! I actually came across

    Submitted by rowadam@bigpond.com on 11. July 2016 - 19:49.

    YUM! I actually came across this recipe looking for something to have with a camp oven dinner - so glad I made this. I blitzed some garlic and rosemary in the bowl and then made the dough (adding the extra yoghurt as suggested) - I rolled it out quite thick to a single family pizza size, topped with olive oil a little more garlic and rosemary and some finely grated parmesan. Afte cooking it was like a thick tasty damper bread.. everyone loved it! Cant wait to try it thinner as a pizza base. Thanks for a great recipe.

    RowM

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  • This was perfect! (Husband

    Submitted by Sybbysoo on 12. June 2016 - 19:36.

    This was perfect! (Husband approved!) I used 400g Aldi Gluten Free Flour and approx 325g of Aldi Greek Style Yoghurt. I used speed 6 once for 4 seconds, but it was way too crumbly (I had made this recipe previously without a Thermie, and struggled with it being crumbly), so I put it on speed 6 for 20 seconds = perfect. It did not crumble at all.Rolled out beautifully, no need for cling wrap, I just put down some baking paper and rolled it on that. I pre baked the bases at 200c fan forced for 8 mins, then cooked them with the ingredients on for about 10 mins at 180c. was enough for 2 medium pizza bases. Made in TM5.

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  • Hi! Looks great, but any

    Submitted by Melody on 19. May 2016 - 09:23.

    Hi! Looks great, but any instructions for cooking this dough?

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  • I had great success with this

    Submitted by Chef Kez on 1. May 2016 - 10:59.

    I had great success with this so thank you for sharing!

    I only made a half quantity and used Jalna natural yoghurt instead of greek yoghurt as well as GF plain flour, and turned out fine,  Next time I will add a little salt though as it was a touch bland.

    I did need to manually knead the crumble dough a little on my thermo-mat and then rolled out to a single pizza stone size using a rolling pin and greased baking paper.

    When cooking I topped the base with sauce first and then par-baked for about 8mins in a really HOT oven - I believe this step was necessary as when toppings are placed on the pizza the pizza base doesn't seem to crisp up as easily and tastes a little "doughy".

    I will definately be making this again!

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  • This is a regular at our

    Submitted by thermiesam on 21. December 2015 - 11:50.

    This is a regular at our place now

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  • I made this tonight using

    Submitted by fallondesmet on 9. September 2015 - 21:55.

    I made this tonight using white wings gluten free self raising flour and greek yoghurt. Usually its a 1:1 switch in most recipes for the gluten free flour. But sadly in this recipe i had to add almost double the greek yoghurt (lucky i bought a big one). Followed the above and it was still like flour with a little moisture in it. Tipped into normal mixing bowl and mixed old school by hand. 

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  • Made this tonight with a

    Submitted by kazz2k on 4. September 2015 - 18:23.

    Made this tonight with a slight adjustment - added 60g of spinach along with the yoghurt, whizzed it up, then added the flour and then followed the rest of the instructions.  Yum!

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  • Would plain natural yoghurt

    Submitted by lalaskitchen on 17. July 2015 - 17:38.

    Would plain natural yoghurt work?

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  • I make this dough all the

    Submitted by Adakat on 2. July 2015 - 13:08.

    I make this dough all the time in my kitchen aid and love it. Just made it for the first time in my tmx. So much quicker. Love it.

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  • What a great and easy pizza

    Submitted by jecarrick on 22. March 2015 - 19:36.

    What a great and easy pizza base recipe.  I successfully made this with Chobani no fat Greek yoghurt and wholemeal SR flour.  I also halved the recipe and it made two medium sized pizzas enough for two people. I found I had to add an extra few tablespoons of yoghurt for it to become the right consistency.  I rolled my bases out to about 0.5cm, and they rose a little when cooked to make a lovely thin base that was crispy on the outside but soft inside, very tasty, thanks for a great recipe.

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  • This recipe is just as easy

    Submitted by ThermoAbbott on 24. February 2015 - 22:30.

    This recipe is just as easy as it looks and gives a wonderful pizza dough in no time at all. I added some mixed herbs and chopped garlic to make it a bit more flavoursome. Thanks.

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  • Great! Fast and yummy! Only

    Submitted by Tarsh73 on 21. February 2015 - 13:51.

    Great! Fast and yummy! Only uses ingredients that we almost always have to hand.

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  • Awesome will make again!!   

    Submitted by blondemanesilvershoes on 1. February 2015 - 20:04.

    Awesome will make again!! 

     

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  • Brilliant - I never want to

    Submitted by Willoughby on 27. January 2015 - 12:34.

    Brilliant - I never want to wait for proofing so this suits us perfectly.  I will try the pita breads next- thanks for posting that idea  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Super easy, super quick and

    Submitted by Kristy_made_it on 17. January 2015 - 12:27.

    Super easy, super quick and really tasty. A new regular at our house

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  • This is a great recipe for a

    Submitted by Swiftmix on 6. January 2015 - 23:38.

    This is a great recipe for a very quick pizza base.

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  • Trying this tonight! My

    Submitted by becca_amy89 on 8. August 2014 - 14:16.

    Trying this tonight! My friend made it for me and I loved it. Now it's my turn tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • Could you prepare this ahead

    Submitted by ericaamerica88 on 17. June 2014 - 16:18.

    Could you prepare this ahead of time and store in the fridge or is it best to make immidiately before eating? Thanks

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  • This dough was easy to make. 

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 15. June 2014 - 22:38.

    This dough was easy to make.  The only problem I had was it was difficult to roll out and you had to squash it together and with arthritic hands it was a little hard.

    I then made a second lot and added more yoghurt (300g) and mixed herbs and it came together better. Will definitely make again.

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  • So quick and easy.  Not sure

    Submitted by mrsbobby on 1. May 2014 - 14:34.

    So quick and easy.  Not sure how thick everyone else rolls it, but I only made one large pizza out of each set of ingredients above.  Even though it's a bit thicker (1cm or so) it is so soft you don't notice.  The men liked it!  I added a little crushed garlic and mixed herbs to add a bit more flavour.   

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  • Super easy and the kids

    Submitted by Jess_ums on 19. April 2014 - 14:52.

    Super easy and the kids didn't even notice it was wholemeal tmrc_emoticons.) Topped with hidden veg pizza sauce, cheese and pepperoni.  

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  • Loved this pizza dough

    Submitted by Mum of nine on 17. April 2014 - 16:16.

    Loved this pizza dough recipe.  Very quick and very yummy.  Kids loved it.  tmrc_emoticons.)

    Mandy


    Believe it, Achieve it.

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  • Yum! First time making my own

    Submitted by Bangersandmash on 28. March 2014 - 08:54.

    Yum! First time making my own pizza and the family loved it. the ingredients for me  only made one large size pizza but i know for next time to double the mixture. Easy and delish tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Great idea Panoukla, might

    Submitted by MaraBond on 21. February 2014 - 20:24.

    Great idea Panoukla, might try the pitta bread some time.

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  • This recipe can be used to

    Submitted by Panoukla on 19. February 2014 - 18:28.

    This recipe can be used to make the best Greek pita breads for souvlakia. Needs about 80g of yoghurt to every 100g of flour, half plain and half SR. Roll out to 1/2 to 1 cm thick and cook in an oiled pan medium heat a couple minutes on each side. A little salt to taste is good. Fill with sautéed meat hummus and salad, soo tasty for a quick meal. I haven't tried it as a pizza base but will be trying it soon. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I love the sound of this

    Submitted by SarahHamshere on 19. February 2014 - 16:23.

    I love the sound of this recipe - can't wait to try it!!

     

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