We love pizza (who doesn’t) and our simple and light Greek version is homemade dough topped with fresh tomato, crumbled Feta, and a pinch of oregano, before lightly being drizzled with olive oil! 


For dough:

300 x grams all-purpose flour

5 x grams of dry yeast

1/4 x tablespoon salt

pinch of sugar

1/2 x tablespoon olive oil

1 x cup warm water


3 x tomatoes, sliced

300 grams Feta, grated

1 x teaspoon of dried oregano

pepper to taste

1 x teaspoon olive oil


-Place flour, yeast, and sugar in a bowl.

-Make a hole in the centre and add salt, water, and olive oil.

-Knead the mixture with your hands, until you get a smooth like dough.

-If it seems too wet sprinkle with some flour, or if too dry, add some more warm water.

-Place cling wrap over the bowl and allow to sit for 20 minutes for the dough to rise.

-In the meantime, preheat your oven to 250 degrees celsius.

-Place baking paper sheet on a baking tray and drizzle with olive oil.

-After 20 minutes, place dough on the baking sheet and form it into a round shape base.

-Place your feta cheese on the base and then spread the tomatoes evenly.

-Drizzle the olive oil, sprinkle oregano, and season with pepper.

-Bake your pizza for around 20 minutes or until its golden brown.

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Penny Zalalas

Executive Editor

At the age of 18, when starting her university degree in Media & Culture, Penny was offered her first role in the industry and began her career at Rupert Murdoch’s News Limited. Since then she has worked as a journalist & editor in both print & online publications, bringing with her 20 + years of experience in magazines. Her utter love for Greece, plus a constant urge to create, innovate & inspire is what led her to launch IN+SIGHTS GREECE.

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