I got this recipe from pizza dough from my sister-in-law a long time ago (1998, if you believe the date on the printer cover page that the recipe was written on as scrap paper). I don't know its origins beyond that. It's an easy dough recipe.
Makes one pizza
1/2 - 3/4 c warm water (105-115 degrees)
1 T dry yeast
1 t sugar
2 c flour
1 T olive oil
1/2 t salt
Put 1/4 c water, yeast, and sugar in a glass, mug or bowl (it's going to grow, so I tend to use a bowl instead of a mug). Let it stand for 5-10 minutes.
In a food processor, pulse the flour, oil and salt for 5 seconds, then pour in the yeast mixture. Mix for 10 seconds. Slowly add water while mixing until a ball is formed. Once the dough is in a ball, let it go around for 25 times.
I usually let the dough sit for an hour before using, but the recipe doesn't call for that.
Spread out the dough and top it. Bake the pizza at 425 degrees for 15-20 minutes until the crust is done. It might take less time if you're using a pizza stone or depending upon your oven.
We usually make two pizzas (one veggie, one meat) so I make two batches of dough.
Leftovers are good for lunch the next day.