How To Make A Gluten Free Pizza!

Trying to make a pizza gluten free can be quite challenging, but there are some easy steps that people can take in order to make sure they do it right. The key to making pizza with no gluten is having the dough contain the right ingredients. First off, it's always important to pick the right ingredients. The right ingredients include: two teaspoons of olive oil and cider vinegar, one teaspoon of salt, two teaspoons of xanthan gum, 2 1/3 cup of gluten free flour mix, one teaspoon of sugar, 1 1/3 cup of milk, one tablespoon of yeast, sauce, mozzarella cheese and all of the toppings one desires. This combination of ingredients will make two twelve inch gluten free pizza crusts.

Adding the oil as well as the vinegar to the yeast mixture is the next step people should take before adding the rest of the liquid ingredients to the mixture. Everything should be mixed well in order to turn it into dough. The milk should be heated so that it's warm and then combined with the sugar as well as the yeast. The ingredients in this bowl should then be mixed while the flour mix, xanthan gum and salt are combined in a separate bowl. Combine all ingredients to create the dough. The dough should be made into two balls and then be placed on a rolling board and flattened to about 1/8" of thickness. Adding some rice flour to the rolling board or the dough every once in awhile will help keep the dough from sticking to the board and creating a gooey mess.

Once the dough is made the oven should be hot and ready to bake. Be sure and preheat to 400 degrees Fahrenheit prior to starting your dough mixing to be confident it's ready for the dough. Baking the dough into a crust doesn't take long and should be pre-baked for seven minutes to set the crust. Once the crust is pre-baked the toppings can be added.

Finally, place the crust with your desired toppings in the oven for roughly ten to fifteen minutes or until the cheese begins to bubble and brown. Once this has been done then the pizza should be placed into the oven and cooked for fifteen to twenty minutes but keep in mind that some pizzas will require more cooking time than others depending on size and the toppings. Once that has been completed then the process of making pizza gluten free is simple.

In the end, making pizza gluten free isn't that hard as long as these steps are taken!


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