First of all, you need to prepare dough for your vegan pizza. It is no different from making dough for other pizzas. Combine warm water, dry yeasts, granulated sugar, bread flour, sea salt and olive oil in one large bowl and properly mix the ingredients with a blending spoon. Set the dough aside for an hour, letting it rise.
The next step is shaping the dough. If you have already prepared pizzas, you must be very familiar with the procedure. After flattening it a bit, roll to get a round-shape.
Although it is entirely your choice, the pizza dough should not be too thick or thin. A thick layer of dough does not allow an individual to enjoy the taste of fruits and vegetables. On the other hand, the thin dough soon becomes too crusty.
Place your pizza base on the baking dish. Top with tomato sauce. Avoid adding an extra quantity of this sauce; otherwise, the pizza will be too sweet.
It is the time to add the veggies, such as olives, artichokes, and freshly sliced garlic. You can add more vegetables according to the season and your choice.
After adding all the desired seasonal vegetables, sprinkle vegan cheese. Meanwhile, preheat your oven to 550°F.
Now you need to put the pizza in the oven. The cheese will quickly melt, but the crust takes 07-10 minutes to get a brownish look. Once you are satisfied with the look, remove it from the oven. Split your pizza into 4-6 slices and enjoy.