Add all your ingredients into a bowl and mix together. I initially just do this with a spatula and then as it starts to come together I use my hands to ensure it's all pushed into a big ball.
Knead the dough briefly so it's smooth and combined (you might need a little flour if it's a bit sticky, it shouldn't be)
Cut the dough into 2 pieces.
On a lightly floured surface use a rolling pin to roll out your dough. I roll mine to just over 0.5cm thick in a fairly round shape. I then cut around my frying pan so its really round and so that it fits into the pan! Although if it goes up the sides of the pan that's fine... it makes a fab crust!
Heat up a frying pan - no oil needed.
Carefully lift up your rolled dough and place it in the heated frying pan (I like to use my cake lifter to lift the dough). Allow to cook on one side for a few minutes, you should start to see some puffing up.
Once some golden browning has occurred, flip the pizza base and cook for slightly less time on the other side. Once done, repeat with the other half of your dough (any excess dough can make a third pizza or a little garlic bread!) Place your bases onto a baking sheet.
Heat your oven to 200C Fan / 220C.
Mix together some passata with a tsp of oregano, a couple of tsp garlic infused oil, some salt and pepper. Spread this sauce onto the base, leaving a little crust. You can brush the crust with a little garlic infused oil to crisp it up in the oven.
Cover in whatever cheese you like.
Place in the oven until the cheese has melted to your liking. Probably about 8-10 minutes.
Finish with some fresh basil. Enjoy!