Cauliflower pizza revisited – YUM!

Ok I think we are finally getting the hang of cauliflower pizza. YUM! You really have to try this. If you missed my earlier post, here is the recipe again.

The basic recipe is 1:1:1 = 1 cup “riced” cauliflower (chop raw cauliflower in a food processor or vitamix) + 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese + 1 egg. Mix it all up and add any seasonings you want then spread it on a baking pan or pizza stone. Bake at 450 for about 20 minutes or until nice and brown. Brush with a garlic butter sauce if you want (my husbands idea – so yummy). Let it cool about 10 minutes and then add your toppings and bake again till cheese melts.

This time we baked the crust on a rectangular baking sheet. It took about 2 cups of cauliflower “dough” (as above) to fill the pan. We topped it with a light coat of homemade pesto, then a bit of tomato paste, mozzarella cheese, then added chicken sausage, green and black olives, red onions, sliced garlic, sliced cherry tomatoes, and topped it off with Parmesan cheese. AMAZING!!!

Leave a comment and tell us what you are putting on your pizza tonight!

<strickt paleo/primal types.  This recipe clearly has a lot of cheese.  I have personally moved away from eating much dairy in my own diet.  If you choose dairy consider RAW MILK choices available from local dairies or farmer’s markets.>>

 

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3 Responses to Cauliflower pizza revisited – YUM!

  1. Annaleis says:

    I’m going to try to make the pizza this friday or saturday as part of my “guilty eating” day – alongside some vegan cookies of course 🙂 i’m thinking tomatoes and basil leaves – keeping it kind of simple. wish me luck!

  2. Annaleis says:

    pizza did not come out as planned! the pizza crust was kind of mushy. the outer edge (about 1/2 inch) tasted delicious though! and the tomatoes/basil/organic mozz. cheese tasted amazing – just not on soggy pizza dough. i’ll have to try again sometime.

    • kellycouch says:

      Yea, it takes a bit of practice. Try making crust a bit thinner. 1.5 cups ‘dough’ for a small rectangle pan. Cook it a bit longer as well, just check it every 5 min. As long as it’s not burned on top your good! Don’t give up, it’s so yummy!!!

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