Makes 3 pizzas, 12 pitta and however many flatbreads.
250g each plain and strong white flours
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp easy blend dried yeast
1 tbsp olive or rapeseed oil plus a bit extra
I am far too lazy to type all that out. I think you mix everything together, knead it for 10 minutes, leave it for a bit until it's bigger then make it into whatever you like.
If you don't have a handy indoor rabbit pen to hold your bowls of dough then just improvise with any flat surface you may have about the place. I lifted the cloth off to have a look.
I am by no stretch of the imagination fancy enough to own a cloth-lined dough basket. While Dan was doing this I cut up some more of the original doodle as I plan to see how it looks as a patchwork piece.
I also drank tea and ate ginger biscuits. After a long time the dough was shaped into many pieces (Dan made three batches) and cooked the pitta for 7 minutes at 220C, ten pitta come from each batch of dough.
My part in the process was to eat some!