2½ cups self raising flour
30g butter
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
Canola cooking spray
(extra milk and flour if dough too dry or too wet ~ add as required)
Dried basil – 1 tablespoon (optional)

In a mixing bowl, add the salt, flour and butter.  Mix till resembles fine bread crumbs.


Add milk (basil if using) and mix till the correct dough consistency.

Coat the fry-pan base with cooking spray and press dough out flat to the edges.



This pizza is easy enough to make and my daughter loved placing the toppings on.  This is also a great way to bring ‘hot’ food to a party or friends place as you don’t need to pre cook ~ just cook when you arrive!  I took this pizza to school for my kids international day, and the pizza cooked slowly in the classroom.

Next step is to add your toppings;  the following were used:

  • Tomato paste & olive/foccacia mix
  • Ham
  • Leek and spinach
  • Tasty sliced cheese
  • Avacado
  • Cream cheese
  • Dried Oregano




Place the lid on and cook for 20 – 30 mins on medium (when the light just turns off).

The base should be a nice crispy brown colour (and not burnt).

Lift out and place onto a tray to cut and serve.

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  1. Rachel Ryan Rachel Ryan
    30, June 2013    

    This looks great but just wondering what temp the fry pan needs to be on? Mine goes from 1-10…

    • 30, June 2013    

      All electric fry pans should have a simmer setting (which is when you turn it up high, then turn the knob till the light just goes off). Try 5 setting and turn down…..see it this works with the light!

      • Rachel Ryan Rachel Ryan
        30, June 2013    

        Ahh yep I think it is around 5 🙂 Thanks!

  2. Phoebe Alexis Phoebe Alexis
    18, October 2015    

    Hello! Might I suggest that that you just par cook the first side of the Pizza and then flip it? Then add your ingredients OR Cook one side, flip, Cook other side THEN add toppings and cover for melting. There is a site called the “Pizza Lab” and they show all sorts of ways for making Pizza on a grill or in a Skillet.

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