I always use the same recipe no matter what pizza I'm making at home.
4 cups flour (Heckers is the best flour for this)
2 tsp of salt
2 cups water
2 tsp dry active yeast
2 tsp olive oil
Put 2 cups of warm water in bowl
Add yeast and oil
Wait for 5 minutes until you see bubbles
In a separate bowl mix your salt and flour well
Pour your wet ingredients into your dry ingredients
Mix to combine until you have a sticky dough ball. Add more flour if it gets too sticky to handle.
This recipe makes 4 small pizzas. I like to split the batch into 4 quarters, make balls out of them, put olive oil in a container and place each ball into their separate containers and cover.
At this point you can either place the dough in the fridge and wait 24 hours for it to rise. If you want to use it right now then put the dough in a warm place for at least 2 hours. You can put it in the sun outside if you want.
Once the dough rises, you're ready to make pizza.