Heat dairy free milk in the microwave till warm, not hot as it will kill the yeast.
Sprinkle yeast on top and let it activate for 10 min. Yeast should smell strong and look foamy when ready
In a food processor, combine, flour, salt, oil and yeast mixture and blend till ingredients have combined. Soft, bouncy and not sticky to touch.
A tell tell sign will be when dough forms a ball and bowl is clean.
If dough is too wet, add a little more flour and vice verser if dough is too dry
When dough is ready, place dough in a greased bowl and let it rest in the fridge overnight.
Dough will make 2 regular size pizza base or 4 smaller pizza
To roll, simply cut dough into 2 or 4
Pre heat oven to 280C (536F)
Cook pizza with desired topping for 10-15 min pending qty of toppings
This recipe also works for hand or stand mixer. Just be mindful of time and consistency of dough. If dough is too wet, add a little more flour and vice verser if dough is too dry. Dough should be soft, bouncy and not sticky to touch.
Resting over night is preferred however, if you can't wait, you can roll dough straight away. It will mean the dough might not be as stretchy to roll and dense in texture.
This dough will puff up, so if you prefer a thinner base, be sure to roll your base really thin.
Cooking time is pending the amount of toppings layered onto base. The more topping, the more cooking time is required.
Keep it simple, less is more!
*Nutrition information is approximate and is meant as a guide only*