Homemade GF PizzaPosted by in GF At Home
We’ve chronicled our quest for a decent GF pizza at many area restaurants. Every single one was a complete bust. I’ve since made two different GF pizzas at home and both were excellent. Both were with GF pizza crust mixes I purchased (I’ll be posting my own recipe soon).
My favorite is Bob’s Red Mill. This was in the GF aisle at my grocery store. It comes with a packet of years. You add water, eggs and oil. There is a 20 minute rise then 7-9 minutes baking the crust alone. Then you add toppings and bake another 20 minutes.
The trick to boxed mixes is to double them. The Bob’s mix says it makes 2 12 inch or 1 16 inch pizza. I made one 12 inch deep dish pizza with the mix and it was perfect! The dough was just thick enough. There was NOTHING that tasted like cardboard. It was a thing of beauty. I used one jar of organic store brand tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, Parmesan cheese, mushrooms, spinach, and broccoli. No one would have guessed this was a GF pizza.
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