How to Make Homemade Pizza Without Using an Oven

published by Jeremy Mailman on Jun 14, 2010

You don’t have an oven and you love pizza. But you can make your own pizza at home and its so easy. And it’s going to be a pan pizza!

I love pizza so to get more out of my favorite energy-boosting meal, I have decided to have it always ready whenever I am hungry at home, and so I bought some dough for my ref to keep. And not having an oven to cook it is not a problem at all. I just want my pizza simple and not like the fancy-looking ones bought at the pizza parlors.

Aside from dough, I bought myself slices of spiced ham, Quickmelt cheese, hotdog, green pepper, a bottle of McCormick’s pizza seasoning with its blend of pepper, garlic and herbs, cooking oil, and a sachet of Italian pizza sauce. These are all I need for my homemade pizza.

So we don’t have an oven at home. How do we do it? Simple, we fry the dough. I bought my dough with the size that would fit my frying pan at home. It will be our homemade pan pizza.

So first, we prepare the toppings of our pizza. Pour the pizza sauce in a bowl. Fry our spiced ham and hotdog. Slice them both into smaller pieces. Also prepare small sliced pieces of your green pepper.

Heat the frying pan and put a small amount of cooking oil on it so the dough won’t stick in the pan. Fry our dough flipping it over once in a while until it looks toasted enough. Remove the dough from the pan and put it in a plate. Evenly spread the pizza sauce on the dough. Generously sprinkle it with grated cheese.

Put the slices of ham, hotdogs and green pepper at the top then sprinkle it with our McCormick seasoning. Carefully move the prepared pizza into the frying pan again, cover it and heat it again so the cheese becomes melted enough. Just make sure the bottom of the dough won’t get burned.

Slice our freshly-cooked fried pan pizza and serve.

2 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. # 1 by Jo Oliver
    June 27th, 2010 at 10:06 pm #

    I was thinking grill, great surprise to find you fry the dough. Never thought of that before. This sounds pretty darn cool. Well give it a go!

  2. # 2 by maranatha
    June 28th, 2010 at 11:39 am #

    I will too – when it’s 110 outside the last thing I want to do is run the oven! Thanks for the tips.

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