Tuesday, 9 February 2016

My first GF Pizza

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Yesterday saw me make our first GF Pizza, using half the recipe for the base from here.

This gave us one pizza enough for the both of us:


I initially baked the base for 6 rather than 8 minutes, then after toppings were added, 10 rather than 15 minutes.

Unlike normal pizza which can have a tendency to bend when holding them as a slice, this one didn't. It was straight without being hard, had the texture of a regular pizza and tasted lovely. Definitely a keeper!

We topped it with tomato puree watered down with added herbs, sauted yellow pepper, green pepper salami, 2 slices of Gouda and a handful of grated cheddar. It was served with a carrot and apple coleslaw. Most definitely yum yum!


I recently found a recipe for GF Banana Muffins from this site. I reduced the sugar by 10g as a trial and instead of butter, used Benecol. They looked slightly different to her picture but taste fine. Sorry, forgot to photograph them.

8 comments:

  1. How great! Especially the non bending thing because that can be so annoying can't it! Well, I think it is anyway! xx

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  2. I remember the first time I made GF pizza. The texture was so unlike normal pizza dough, I kept thinking I'd done something horribly wrong. Eventually I went with it and it was yummy. As you say, the texture is actually very nice indeed :)

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    1. Lovely to eat but different to handle.

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  3. It looks lovely, and I'm glad you said you had half each this is something we always do ... how DO people eat a full pizza each for a meal, I've never been able to manage it.

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    1. I never order one when we go out as they are too large.

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  4. That looks absolutely delicious! We haven't had a pizza for ages. I would never order one out either, far too much.

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  5. I love pizza but inspired by the coleslaw too.

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