We live in times when unhealthy fast food chains are literally everywhere we turn. You don’t even need to move from your comfortable couch to get something from a fast food restaurant which, by the way, does the impossible when advertising is in question so you often find your mailbox inundated with fliers and stuff. Just one call, and a couple of minutes later – a greasy caloric bomb is right at your door. However, fast-paced life sometimes urges us to give in to such foods, although it may be good to think of an alternative, a healthy version of pizza made from whole wheat dough.
- whole wheat flour
- white flour
- fresh yeast
- 125 ml of lukewarm water
- some olive oil
- tomato juice
- 150 g smoked turkey ham
- 150 g of fresh low-fat cheese
- 200 g of fresh mushrooms
- cherry tomatoes
- Take a plastic bowl and mix whole wheat flour with white flour, fresh yeast, salt, some olive oil and lukewarm water to combine all the ingredients.
- Mix everything and form dough.
- Leave it to rise in a warm place for about 15 minutes.
- Then roll out and put into a baking lid where you’ve previously placed baking paper instead of oil.
- Add drained, crushed tomatoes, sprinkle with cheese, ham and mushrooms in the end and then sprinkle some oregano on top.
- Heat the oven to 220°C for approximately 15 minutes until it turns yellow and crispy.
- Garnish pizza with fresh olives and cherry tomatoes cut in half before serving.
Translation: G. Dujmović