Pizza Dough | Quick & Easy

Don’t want to be told I have been selfish hiding this easy way of making this pizza dough, so after so many times of successful trials with loads of positive comments from family and friends.

Catch up later and hope you enjoy this quick easy recipe! Feel free to share your experience, good or bad, let us know!

Have fun creating your own pizza dough! Happy pizza night!

Please note: to unfroze the dough, if you can remember (I hardly can), take it out 1-2 hours before using. My smart hubby worked out a better way, just put the bagged dough in the hot water for 15 minutes, and it’s the same effect to the 1-2hours work. The dough might come out a bit watery, just flour the bench, roll the dough until its smooth again.

Yields1 ServingPrep Time45 minsCategory,


 500 g Plain Flour
 315 ml Warm Water (I used 1/3 hot water mixed with 2/3 cold water)
 4 g Yeast
 10 g Salt
 1 pinch Sugar



Mix the warm water and a pinch of sugar (this is to make the dough rise faster without having to refrigerate it overnight)


In a large bowl, mix the plain flour, yeast and salt together by hand.


Make a well in the middle and gradually add the warm sugar water until all ingredients are well combined. Then, let it set for 20 minutes.


Mix the dough again until its smooth and spongy; when you press it , the surface of the dough should be springing back quickly.


Divide the dough equally into 3 balls, to keep them for later use, put them into individual ziplock bags after drizzling a tea spoon of olive oil on them. (Note: you can keep them in the freezer for up to 3 months)


Now the dough is ready for use.

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