Rustle up your very own takeaway. Follow our easy pizza recipe from Hero Pizza.
For the Dough::
Combine water and yeast and set aside.
In a separate bowl combine salt, sugar and flour and then make a well in the centre.
Add the water/yeast mixture and oil
With a flat blade knife use a cutting motion until the dough forms
Knead the dough for approx. 10 minutes
Place in a lightly oiled bowl and turn to coat the dough.
Cover with clingwrap and set aside for up to 1 hour (until it doubles in size)
Punch out the air and cut into 250g portions.
Roll out dough to desired size (recommended approx. 12 inches)
You can use immediately but recommended to allow base to sit for 20 minutes prior to use.
For the Simple No Cook Pizza Sauce::
Combine all ingredients down to Basil and stir well
Add Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper to taste.
For the Roast Lamb Pizza::
Preheat oven to 220 (200 fan forced)
Spread Pizza Sauce over pizza base leaving a 1cm border
Top with approx 50g Mozzarella, Spanish Onion, Baby Spinach, Roast Pumpkin and Lamb.
Sprinkle remaining Mozzarella on top.
Bake for 15 minutes or until crisp.
Drizzle with Ranch Dressing and top with a wedge of Lemon.
Note: Makes approx. 7/8 pizza bases (recommended 12 inches).
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