Mix the remaining milk and mayonnaise.
Combine flour, sugar and salt.
Pour all liquid ingredients (yeast and mayonnaise) into a well in the dry mix.
Start combining all with a whisk as the mix is very runny at first.
Once thicker, continue kneading with a wooden spoon or a spatula for 2 - 3 minutes. Make sure all dry and wet ingredients are nicely incorporated.
Cover the bowl with a cloth and let the dough prove.
Proving usually takes 45 - 60 minutes or until the dough expands twice its size. It all depends on a room and ingredients temperature.
In the next step, press the air and gasses out of the dough (don't worry, it will rise again).
Cover the bowl and let it prove for the 2nd time until the dough expands twice its size.
Press the air and gasses out of the dough for the last time.
Line a big tray with baking paper and tip the dough onto it.
Spread and stretch the dough over the bottom of the tray by pressing it down with your fingers. To be able to work with a sticky dough make your fingers wet every time the dough starts sticking to them.
Do this until the dough covers the lined baking tray
Cover the tray with a cloth and let the dough prove for the last time for approx 20 - 30 minutes.
In the meantime, clean and stone fruit and cut it either in halves or quarters.