I make a pizza that isn't the popular version you are used to. Maybe it's not even pizza, idk. Probably an Italian would cuss me for the way I make pizza, but this was the agreeable choice for my family and me.
I make the pizza crust slightly thicker than what you normally see and crunchy but only on the outside, the inside is fluffy, which I overload with toppings of peperoni and such.
Then I bake the pizza for 50 minutes on 150 degrees Celsius (302 F) in the preheated oven. For me, for us it's a delight.
The ratios I use for the crust are:
- 1 egg.
- 150 ml yogurt.
- 1 teaspoon of sugar.
- 1 teaspoon and a half of salt.
- 350 g flour (12,34 ounces).
- 20 grams fresh yeast (0,7 ounces). Or if I am using dried yeast, I go with 8 grams (0,2 ounces).
- 2 tablespoons of oil. I usually use sunflower oil, but you can replace it with olive oil as well.
I don't know about the healthy thing though, it's kinda rich in fat because of the toppings I use, and the ridiculous amount of mozzarella, but I guess you can customize it as you wish.