Here's what I use and it is very fine and very easy. I have a round pizza baking stone that I got from Pampered Chef. I am not saying that's why my pizza is so good but it does not hurt.
You may be able to get a pizza baking stone other places too. I do not know.
Makes 2 12-inch crusts or one medium-to-large size.
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 tsps. quick-rise yeast
1 tsp. salt
1 cup warm water
4 tsps. olive oil
2 Tbls. cornmeal
1. Pulse the flour, yeast, and salt in a food processor two or three times to blend. With the machine running, add the water and oil through the feed tube; process until mixture forms a ball, about ten seconds. Turn the dough out onto a floured work surface; knead a few minutes until it forms a smooth ball and is lightly coated with flour.
2. Spray a large bowl with nonstick spray; place the dough in the bowl. Cover lightly with plastic wrap or a cloth and let it rise in a warm place until it doubles in size, 45-60 minutes.
3. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface. If you want two pizzas, divide in half. Knead lightly until the dough forms a smooth ball and is lightly coated with flour.
Now. The recipe says to let it rise again in the bowl until for about 10-15 minutes. You can do this or you can skip it without any noticeable (to me, anyway) difference.
4. To assemble the pizza, preheat the oven to 500 degrees F. Spray your pan or pans with nonstick spray. Dust with cornmeal. (I don't do that. I skip the cornmeal but whatever.)
5. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface (do you detect a trend?) and shape it into a round, flat disk. Actually, I do this ON the pizza stone. I pat and stretch it to the desired shape and thickness.
I cover it back up and let it rise for just a few minutes. Then sprinkle with toppings of your choice and bake until the crust is crisp and golden brown, about fifteen minutes.
Of course, this can be made without a food processor. Just knead it by hand. But the processor makes it so very easy that if you have one, I recommend it. Highly.