In a mixer bowl, using a whisk, loosening sourdough starter with 200 mil of water.
Then add the sifted flour, olive oil, remainder of the 200 mil of water and mix on medium speed with the dough hook attachment until dough forms.
Slowly increase the speed until dough no longer sticks to the bowl. Roughly 5 min.
In a small bowl, mix 50g of water with sea salt flakes till salt have dissolved.
Pour salt solution into rested dough and mix on low speed till solution is completely incorporated.
Next day, tip dough on a lightly floured surface and cut dough into 4.
Shape into balls and let it rest on a lightly greased tray at room temperature for an 1hr or so before shaping to use.
To shape, simply press your fingers into the dough from the centre outwards and shape into a flat disc.
Rotating the dough to get an even circle, leaving the edges a little thicker for crust.
Keep pressing the dough until desired thickness.
5 mill, will give you a nice thick crust.
If you prefer a thin crust, use a rolling pin to roll a thinner base.
Pre heat oven to 290c or 554f.
To make garlic sourdough pizza, simple drizzle oil on the rested/thawed pizza base.
Then sprinkle fresh minced garlic and sea salt on top.
Drizzle some more oil on top, and then place in hot oven and bake for 5 - 10 min, or until crust have puffed up and is golden brown.
Each piece makes roughly 20cm base. Use immediately or put shaped pizza base in the freezer for later use 👌🏻
Will keep for 3 months in freezer
To help with even cooking and that lovely air pockets in the dough, use a pizza stone to cook the dough.
I love garlic, you are welcome to use less if 5 is too intense for you.
This base is not just for garlic bread, you can also use it for pizza or as Turkish bread. Simply sprinkle some zaátar herb mix over, drizzle with some oil and you've got your'self a fluffy delicious sourdough Turkish bread 😋
*Nutrition information is approximate and is meant as a guide only*