Two ingredient dough has been a craze for awhile now and I finally gave it a try- all I can say is I can’t wait to make it again.
I refuse to cook or bake with bleached flour at home as I get enough of that crap eating out at restaurants or bakeries, so when I need good ole’ white flour at home I will only buy unbleached, and I purchase organic as often as possible!
Since I wasn’t going to use self-rising flour that the recipe calls for I wanted to make sure I still had the appropriate ratio of flour to yogurt, and I knew baking powder needed to be added so I wanted to confirm my amounts were correct. I did a quick Google search and followed the ratio’s suggested on this blog > The Slow Roasted Italian
I mixed together 1 1/2 cups unbleached flour, 1 cup of Chobani plain Greek yogurt, and 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder, then mixed with a spoon until combined. When most of the flour was mixed in, I used my hands to really mix everything together until well combined. I didn’t knead the dough on the counter- I wanted to keep it clean and easy!
When the dough was ready (it shouldn’t stick to your hands), I flattened it out as best as I could on a pizza pan that I sprayed with Coconut Oil spray. I’m not a professional dough maker by any means, and the dough definitely didn’t flatten out and stay together super nice, but that’s okay- just do your best! Mine ended up being pretty thick which worked out anyways.
I baked the dough first at 425 degrees, until it was evenly golden brown on the top, then I topped it with pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, pineapple, green bell pepper, Italian seasoning and more cheese, then finished it in the oven until the cheese was melted. Cooking the dough until it was pretty much done ensured the toppings wouldn’t overcook and the dough was able to cook through- I was a bit concerned that with how thick it was it might be soggy and not cook nicely, but it did and I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome!
I want to try pepperoni and cheese pizza bread soon- there are so many different recipes you could make with this dough!
Questions for You:
1. Have you tried two ingredient dough yet?
2. If so, have you experimented with it and made something other than pizza?