For individuals with a gluten intolerance it is often quite difficult to enjoy a suitable pizza recipe that will not affect your diet. Although a number of restaurants have now included gluten-free pizza recipes, sometimes it’s nice to enjoy quality ingredients at home in a gluten-free pizza that you know will not affect your allergies.
To make gluten-free pizza you will need ¾ cup tapioca flour, ½ white rice flour, 1/3 cup chickpea flour, 1/3 cup sorghum flour, 1 tsp xanthum gum, 1 tsp fine sea salt, ½ cup whole milk, 2 egg whites, 2 teaspoons of sugar, olive oil and 2 ¼ tsp active dry yeast.
For quality tomato sauce that’s also gluten-free you can pick up a can of crushed tomatoes with added purée, a half teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil, half teaspoon of sugar, half teaspoon of fine sea salt, quarter teaspoon of dried oregano. Stirring together these ingredients on low heat and bring it to a simmer for 20 min will produce a restaurant quality pizza sauce.
To make the pizza crust you up to whisk together all of the dry ingredients while stirring together the milk with a half cup of water on low heat. When the wet ingredients have ceded to 105° begins during in sugar and yeast as well as the egg whites and oil. Stir in the dry ingredients after words and consider beating the mixture with a whisk or electric beaters until smooth.
After you have the sauce and the dough created you can work at topping the pizza and cooking it as you see fit. The dough will often require a preheated oven at 400° and a cook time of 20 min. in a regular baking pan.
This post was written by Shan Bakrac, owner of Top Slice Pizzeria. Top Slice Pizzeria is a St Pete Pizza place with over 35 years of experience, and the best ingredients on the market to make the freshest pizza! If you’re in the Downtown St. Pete area come on in, place an order for pickup or find us on Uber EATS!