What is the ultimate stoner food? There is no definitive answer to that question, but pizza has to be high on the list.
Pineapple on pizza, as controversial as it is, is a stoner specialty. Swineapple pizza is simply ham and pineapple. More refined than Canadian bacon and pineapple, and much more fun to say.
Even if you’re not a pineapple fan, this easy recipe for dough can be used for any pizza.
So if you’re looking to get high and stuff your face with pizza, this is the recipe for you.
Simple Naan Pizza Dough
Pizza from scratch can be laborious. But even a non-baker can make pizza dough with this modified recipe. It is so simple, and hard to mess up.
This is essentially a naan pizza dough. It’s four ingredients and requires no yeast, which many of you may have noticed is hard to get right now.
1 cup of full-fat yogurt
2 cups of flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
- Whisk together 1 ½ cups of the flour with the baking powder and salt.
- Mix in the yogurt slowly, until it looks like a flakey ball.
- Knead the dough together, adding the remaining ½ cup of flour as needed until it forms a nice dough ball.
- Break the ball into two.
This recipe makes two 12-inch pizza crusts if you like thin crust. I like to leave the dough out until it reaches room temperature, it makes it easier to roll out.
Topping the Swineapple Pizza
Pizza is a creative, personal food. You can top it any number of ways. But this is how I make my Swineapple pizza.
¼ cup of tomato sauce* or 1 can of tomato paste see notes
1 heaping cup of mozzarella cheese, grated
Pineapple, cored and chopped, add to taste
Uncured ham, thinly sliced
2 tbs. olive oil
Herb blend: oregano, basil, thyme
When rolling the dough out on a pizza pan, use a rolling pin at first, and then use your hands to get the remainder of the dough to the edge of the pan.
Any tomato sauce will do. But adding a little olive oil will help thicken it and make it less watery. Pizza sauce typically has some tomato paste, but if you don’t have any it will still work, just add some olive oil and herbs and don’t put too much on the dough to avoid it getting watery.
- Preheat oven to 425 degreed Fahrenheit
- Grease pizza pan with olive oil
- Mix together tomato sauce, remaining olive oil, and herbs to taste
- Roll out pizza dough on a 12-inch pan
- Spread sauce on dough
- Sprinkle cheese on pizza
- Place toppings on top of the cheese
- Bake for 10-15 minutes until pizza is done to your liking. The bottom will be tan and brown and lift right off the pan.
That’s it! Pretty simple, and I honestly love this dough more than the persnickety yeast dough I used to make. It’s consistent, foolproof, and saves so much time. Plus it has a tangy, almost sourdough-like flavor that I love. Get really high, chow that puppy down, and enjoy.