I get jitters at the thought of having Pizza for dinner. The fact is that I love Pizzas, but for dinner I would prefer something that is gluten-free and easy on my tummy. However the desire to indulge in such a treat, has led me to preparing a gluten-free home-made Pizza.
Here I present to you to my version of gluten-free, easy-on-tummy, soul-satisfying recipe of vegetarian Pizza.
The mise-en-place includes,
for Pizza base:
- one full cauliflower, grated
- three medium size eggs, beaten
- salt to taste
- single spray of olive oil
- pre-heating the oven at 180F (top and bottom heat or convection)
- shredded capsicums
- sliced mushrooms
- sliced onions
- sliced tomatoes
- small florets of broccoli
- sliced olives
Once the mise-en-place is done, I start with folding in the grated cauliflower to the beaten eggs.
TIP: Do not add salt at this stage. Adding salt now, would make the mixture watery.
The mixture is, then , spread on a baking sheet laid in a baking tray.
The spread mixture is, then, baked in the oven for three minutes until it gains some form.
After three minutes, I sprinkle salt and add the toppings on the pizza base, olive oil along with Jamie Oliver’s Citrus Salt with Thyme and Lorbeer and keep the tray back in the oven for fifteen minutes.
TIP: You can add any flavouring of your choice. The above combination of citrus, thyme and lorbeer is my palette’s favourite and so I have used this one.
After fifteen minutes, my dinner is ready. It is a thin crust, crispy, gluten-free, lactose-free, easy-on-tummy, home-made version of Pizza.
Have you also tried a gluten-free version of Pizza? Would you like to share your recipe? Please leave your comments in the comment box below.