When i do pizzas i cook them on the bbq with a round pizza stone placed in the middle of the bbq on the char grilling plate, get it very hot and with in 3 mins cripsy flavoursome pizzas.
Bread flour 500 gms
Dry yeast 10 gms
Sugar 7 gms
Luke warm water 300 mls
salt 5 gms
Bread improver 10 gms
In a glass jug or similar stir your yeast, sugar and luke warm water together, let stand until froth forms.
Seive the flour and salt together along with the bread improver. Make a well in the centre of the flour and gradually add your yeast mix while stirring with a fork until a soft dough forms.
Turn dough out onto a floured bench and knead for about 7-10 mins until the dough becomes smooth and elastic.Place back into a bowl, cover with a damp teatowel and let it stand in a warm place until it doubles in size.Turn out onto a floured bench again and punch the dough to knock out the air (gasses) re-knead for a short time and prove again (you can do this about 5 times if you have the time but twice is enough).
The dougb is now ready to use to whatever you like, play with it a bit until you get it to what you want, have fun.
If you have any questiond feel free to call me.