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Homemade pizzas using a gluten-free flour.
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For this BB, I used the Almond Flour pizza crust linked in the first post: https://comfybelly.com/2010/08/cheese-bread-and-pie-crust/
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Made pizza for dinner tonight. My staple recipe for the dough is from Pioneer Woman. https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/food-cooking/recipes/a11366/my-favorite-pizza/

I usually use my Kitchen Aid to mix it but I forgot and just used a regular old Pyrex bowl and wooden spoon and my hands. It became a workout.

This recipe calls for letting the dough rise for 1-2 hours. I did about an hour and 15 minutes. We just made regular cheese pizzas, but I added some sliced provolone to the grownup pizza.

The provolone is delicious.
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Ingredients (yeast already added to warm water)
Ingredients (yeast already added to warm water)
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After mixing, let rise
After mixing, let rise
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It is risen
It is risen
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Flatten it out and starting to put some sauce
Flatten it out and starting to put some sauce
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Sauce
Sauce
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Cheese
Cheese
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Bake at 500 for 10 minutes
Bake at 500 for 10 minutes
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Finished baking
Finished baking
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Slice cooked
Slice cooked
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Note: All food prep BBs prohibit plastic touching food at any point.

 
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Bake a Pizza
https://www.cup4cup.com/recipes/thin-crust-pizza/
I followed the recipe, except I used a hand mixer instead of a stand mixer. I also did not use plastic wrap as the recipe suggests, instead I flattened it with a rolling pin.
Toppings used were pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, and genovese basil from the garden.
This was very yummy!
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dry and wet ingredients for dough
dry and wet ingredients for dough
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mixing together
mixing together
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two pizza crusts
two pizza crusts
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rolling out the dough
rolling out the dough
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rolled out and ready to rise for 30 minutes
rolled out and ready to rise for 30 minutes
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putting on the toppings
putting on the toppings
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just out of the oven
just out of the oven
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yum!
yum!
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Clarifications:
- All food prep and preservation BBs strictly prohibit plastic, teflon or aluminum touching the food at any point<<

So, if my oregano comes in a plastic container or the cheese comes in plastic packaging, that's a no-go?  Not sure where I would buy bulk spices or waxed cheese around here...
 
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