Gluten Free Pizza Recipe
If you are interested in a healthier alternative, it could be a good idea to consider introducing a gluten-free recipe for individuals that suffer from celiac disease. Many people are going gluten-free to avoid digestive issues and having a gluten-free crust that still tastes great could help you bring in a whole new audience. Here are some of the best ways that you can introduce gluten free pizza with a new recipe:
This is a recipe that can make two pies of approximately 10 inches.
To get started you will need to gather the following ingredients:
White Rice Flour, Chickpea Flower, Sorghum Flour, Whole Milk, Sea salt, Eggs, Sugar, Active Dry Yeast, Sorghum Flour, Xanthum Gum, Tapioca flour.
For the pizza crust you just need to mix together ¾ cup of tapioca flour, ½ cup white rice flour, 1/3 cup chickpea flour, 1/3 cup Sorghum flour, 1 tsp xantum gum, and 1 teaspoon of salt.
Get a saucepan and mix together ¼ cup of water, heat until warm for around 1 min. Add in 2 ¼ teaspoons of dry yeast, ½ cup of whole milk, egg whites, 2 tablespoons of oil, and mix everything with the dry ingredients until it becomes thick and smooth.
From there, you can have the basic pizza dough that you need as a base for your pizza. Making your own control tomato sauce using sea salt, olive oil, crushed tomato purée, sugar and oregano can also make sure that all elements of the pizza recipe can be gluten-free.
This is an easy gluten-free pizza recipe that you can make up well in advance to produce plenty of unique foods for your home. It can often be a simple way that you can include an extra option for your friends and family. Eventually you can get into the habit of having ready-made gluten-free pizza dough in a balance amount!