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Rowan's 10-minute pizza recipe

Appearently this really does take 10 minutes… which makes it rather a handy little recipe to have at our disposal. I bet it would be good cold as well.

This is a really quick pizza, takes literally 10 minutes from entering the kitchen
to putting in oven.

Make dough by mixing 4 parts self raising flour with
1 part butter and rubbing until you get breadcrumb type mixture. (it's faster if
you grate the butter straight from the fridge) –  4oz flour to 1 oz butter makes 3
small pizzas.

Slowly add about 50 ml milk a splash at a time and stirring
with a spoon each time until you get a dough. You might not need it

Knead with hands in bowl (or get handy toddler to help…) and split into
pieces depending on how many pizzas you want.  Or leave it as one massive one,

Put dough on oiled baking tray and smoosh with fingers until it is
the right size, it doesn't have to be even.

Spread on some red pesto sauce
straight from the jar.

Add veg of choice (the Munch likes thin strips of
courgette (use a potato peeler) or carrot, peas, beans, bits of
broccoli, that sort of thing…)

Daintily dump some grated cheddar cheese on top.

Put in oven,
Gas Mark 6, for about 10 minutes for hand sized, longer for bigger.

Cut into pieces
and eat yours while waiting for the rest to cool.

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One Response to “Rowan's 10-minute pizza recipe”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Did this for Sam and us today and it was just delicious – many thanks!!! DH said he never wants to eat a shop bought pizza again as mine (with the 'help' of my rising 5 daughter) was so nice. For toppings I did sundried tomato paste, then chopped organic tomatotes, chopped ham and grated cheese sprinkled over. VERY good and Sam woofed it down so major success!!!

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