200 g grated mozzarella
1 tablespoon of fresh oregano
1/2 C to C cayenne pepper
1 pinch of paprika
500 g flour
300 ml of lukewarm water
300g grated mozzarella
3 tbsp tbsp olive oil
4 teaspoons of sugar
1 teaspoon of salt
4 g fresh yeast
To make this classic of traditional Argentinian cuisine, we will start by preparing the dough. To do this, it's very simple, mix the flour and salt in a large bowl. In a second bowl, combine lukewarm water, oil, sugar and fresh yeast. Then, when you obtain a homogeneous mixture, pour and mix the contents of the second bowl in the salt and flour mixture until you obtain a homogeneous ball of dough. To do this, knead your dough by hand so that it is homogeneous, and to give it body and elasticity, then leave to rest for 15 minutes. The dough should have swelled well and be very slightly sticky. Then cut your dough into two equal portions and let stand 30 minutes at room temperature covered with plastic wrap.
We will now move on to filling. To do this, in a very hot pan, brown your chopped onions for a few minutes in a little olive oil. Then add the paprika, chilli and oregano, a little salt and pepper, and cook for a few more minutes. Be careful, onions should not be grilled, they should just be tender and well seasoned!
Preheat your oven to 200 degrees.
Now lightly oil a pizza pan or large, smooth baking sheet and roll out the first ball of dough with a rolling pin until it completely covers the pizza pan (the dough should be very thin). Add 300 grams of grated mozzarella directly to the dough. Then roll out the second ball of pizza dough, place it on the cheese, then seal the edges of the two doughs well with a little water. The stuffed pizza dough is now ready!
All you have to do is garnish your pizza: add the precooked onions, then generously cover the whole grated mozzarella.
Finally, bake your pizza for 30 minutes in the oven; it will be ready when it is golden!
It only remains to feast on this essential recipe of traditional Argentinian cuisine combining Italian and South American influences; you cannot be conquered!