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An Easy Healthy Vegan and Gluten-Free Pizza

 
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Hi all,

I've tried the other day making a vegan and gluten-free pizza.
It came out so tasty that I must share the easy recipe with you.

The Base

Ingredients
1/2 cup quinoa washed well and soaked for about 6 hours
1/2 cup green buckwheat washed well and soaked for about 6 hours
1/2 cup water
1/2 tbsp baking powder
1 tbsp salt
10 large basil leaves

Instructions
Heat the oven to 180c.
Place a baking paper on a pan and rub some olive oil on it.

Grind all the ingredients in a food processor.
Pour the mixture on the pan and cook in the oven for 10 minutes.
Flip the base to its other side and cook for another 5 minutes.
Take it out of the oven but leave the oven on.

The Sauce

Ingredients
1/2 cup crushed tomatoes
1 tbsp salt
1/4 tbsp black pepper
1 crushed garlic clove

Instructions
Simply mix all the ingredients and pour the sauce evenly on the cooked base.

The "Cheese"

Ingredients
3/4 cup cashews soaked for 6 hours
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 tbsp salt

Instructions
Grind all the ingredients in a food processor and pour evenly on top of the sauce on the cooked base.

Toppings

I used sliced fresh mushrooms, sliced dried tomatoes, and chilly pepper,
but of course, you can use whatever toppings you like.

Place the pizza in the oven for something like 10-15 minutes until the "cheese" gets a little brownish color.

Bon Appetite!


 
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That looks delicious! Do you know if you could use normal buckwheat groats instead of green?
 
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Clayton High wrote:That looks delicious! Do you know if you could use normal buckwheat groats instead of green?



If by "normal buckwheat groats" you mean the roasted brown ones, then the answer is no.

The green buckwheat is the natural form, with no after taste.
It looks like this:

 
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