Are you among the numerous people that cannot digest gluten and also have were built with a difficult time finding great tasting food you can eat? Well there's great news, now you can enjoy various types of foods which do not contain gluten. More and more people find that either they cannot handle the gluten in foods or are deciding it is just a healthier method to eat. What this means is there are many recipes being devised to produce ordinary foods available. One such recipe is gluten free pizza crust for starters from the all-American favorite meals. Foods that have been totally against the rules if you suffer from celiac disease have become becoming more popular and are even being found in local restaurants and bakeries. Cookbooks are coming out with all kinds of approaches to allow you to eat the same foods as all others with all the only difference being-- it's all gluten-free.
One of the most popular foods for all is pizza. Now you can make your own gluten free pizza crust at home and enjoy something might have been missing for awhile. The ingredients are easy to find and you may have a delicious pizza together with your range of favorite toppings. So many think that making your own pizza at home is going to be too much work and time. The truth is in will only take about 20 minutes! Tapioca flour is the main base for your recipe. You can purchase most of the ingredients your gluten free chocolate desserts local supermarket or natural foods store. I've discovered that natural food stores sell the different flours in bulk and is much cheaper compared to supermarket. Its smart to doe some doing your research to find the right price for your ingredients.
The list below of ingredients is all you need to get a Tapioca Pizza Crust:
1. 3/4 c. white or brown rice flour
2. 1 pkg. active dry yeast
3. 3/4 c. tapioca flour
4. One teaspoon. Agar-Agar powder
6. One teaspoon. sugar
7. 2 tbs. buttermilk powder
8. 2 tsp. xanthan gum
(Extra tapioca flour for rolling the pizza dough)
1. 1/2 c. lukewarm water
2. 1 1/2 tsp. cider vinegar
3. 2 tsp. essential olive oil
To produce your delicious gluten-free pizza crust, mix all dry ingredients well in the large bowl. Once mixed, add the wet ingredients. Stir until all is forming a well-combined doughy mixture. Remove dough from bowl to some tapioca-floured surface for kneading. Assist the dough until you have a solid ball. Divide the dough in two. Work each half in to a flattened pizza crust and set on a pizza stone or parchment-lined baking sheet. (sprinkle corn meal on parchment paper before putting crust onto it.) Bake your crusts at 400 degrees for around 5-7 minutes to firm. Remove from oven, add your toppings and pop into the oven for about ten minutes. When the cheese is melted and bubbling, your delicious gluten-free pizza crust pizza is preparing to eat. Enjoy!