We all love pizza, don't we?! Anyone who's read my blog before will know that I avoid yeast, which comes with huge sacrifices – pizza sadly being one of them. You just can't beat curling up on the sofa with a pizza and a glass of wine in front of the TV on a Friday night.
Last week I was on call for work during the evenings and I didn't really think much about cooking. So when it came to Friday, I actually spent all day thinking about what I was going to make for tea (sad I know) and I had a craving for pizza that I couldn't shift!
I've tried to make yeast-free pizza dough in the past but it's always turned out scone-like or really hard and crunchy. So I did my research and came up with the perfect measurements for making two large pizzas.
The toppings came to mind quite easily – I absolutely adore goat's cheese and caramelised onion together so I knew this had to make up one of my pizzas and for the other I wanted something with more of a kick and went for chorizo and peppers.
They were both really nice but the goat's cheese one was my favourite.
400g plain flour