So a while back I wrote a post on how I have just kind of given up on complicated meals and bought three Jamie Oliver cookbooks to feed my demand for easy meals. One of those was Meals in Minutes (which has caused our family to eat dessert way more often than we used to!)
There is a recipe for pizza included. In Meals in Minutes.
I was totally unconvinced there could be a quick way to make pizza. The dough! The cooking!
But, I’ve made it twice now and am always shocked by how quick and good it is. Last time I made it (when I took these photos) it was done half an hour quicker than I expected and it just sat there until we were ready to eat it.
The dough is super quick (self-rising flour and water) and the method uses a hot frying pan and broiler. Maybe one of the reasons it works so well is that both my oven and stove top are gas, so both can get pretty screaming hot.
Regardless, I think I might be putting all my other pizza recipes to the side and will be using this one much more in the future. Quick and tasty – love it! And it just slides out of the pan onto the cutting board (I’ve scraped pizza off of one too many baking sheets…)
Just a note: For measurements, he uses a ‘mug’. Now, I guess I could have seen how many ml a mug held, but, I just used a coffee mug!