What makes a real pizza? Heat. Your oven can't produce enough heat to bake a pizza the way a pizza oven does. Luckily, if you have the right tools, you can fake it.
If you have a bread machine with a dough setting, use that. Just put the water and oil in first, then the flour, then the yest and salt, and set it to "dough mode".
If you don't have a bread machine, the recipe is from here. Go ahead and make it, then come on back.
When your dough is ready, split it into 6 balls. Grab as many balls as you have skillets to cook them with, and coat them in olive oil in a bowl.
Here's what's about to happen:
Before you do anything else, prepare your toppings.
Sauce and cheese are essential, anything else is optional. You shouldn't use too many ingredients, though — if you put too much on the dough it may not cook as much as you hope.
Right about now, you can turn on the heat. Put all your skillets on high heat, and put your oven on the highest broiler setting as well. Set a timer for about 9 minutes, for everything to heat up.
There are no pictures of this part; you'll definitely need both hands.
Use the cutting board/peel to gently deposit the pizza into the hot pan. Immediately get the pan into the oven, right under the broiler.
It'll take about 5 minutes tops to cook. Don't leave.
You're done! If you did it right, everything should be nice and melted, and the crust should be bubble and have a good char on it. Congratulations! I'll leave you two alone.