WHY IS IT HEALTHY?

*Pizza doughs can be made with many types of flour: wholemeal, corn flour, quinoa flour, chickpea flour... If you are going to use a store-bought pizza base, check the ingredients on the label to choose the healthiest one.
* With the cheese that is incorporated into the recipe we are taking one of the recommended daily servings of dairy products.

TIP:

*  If you want to make it easier, there are ready-made pizza doughs available in supermarkets. You can use the individual-sized ones or prepare one in XL format and invite the whole family.

INGREDIENTS (per person)

For coverage:

Choose at least three ingredients from the ones we suggest:

And, if you like, add 1 tsp of dried oregano or some basil leaves or a little pesto on top.

PREPARATION

1. Heat the water in a large bowl. When it is lukewarm, mix it with the yeast using a spoon until it is completely dissolved. Add the flour a little at a time while mixing with a spoon, then add the extra virgin olive oil. The last thing to add is salt so that it does not harm the fermentation process.

2. Dust your hands with flour and knead for about 4-5 minutes until the dough does not stick to your hands. Then put the dough back into the bowl and cover with a clean tea towel. Let the dough rest at room temperature until it doubles in size.

3. After this time, roll out the dough with a rolling pin and give it the shape of your choice. Cover it with the tomato sauce, leaving the edges free, and then grate the mozzarella on top.

4. Add the ingredients of your choice and bake in the oven at 180º (preheat and put in grill mode to brown the ingredients) for about five minutes or until the cheese melts.