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Sky
Saturday, June 28, 2014, 12:52am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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We have a bag of brown rice flour and want to use it up.

Any recipes to make pizza crust?

(Girlfriend is O+. Allergic to almonds, cherries, jojoba.)

Searching, I find here:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1007
GLUTEN FREE PIZZA CRUST
2/3 cup brown rice flour
1/3 cup arrowroot flour/powder/starch
1 teaspoon baking powder [baking powder Recipes]
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
2 Tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1/3 cup water

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Don't think I'd be making pizza crust with almonds, cherries or jojoba, but here are some pizza
crust recipes I had saved that called for rice flour, but never tried any of them.

Feel free to share your results if you decide to try one..  The first one looks the easiest to me.
And probably the one I'd choose...(actually went over these a second time and #2 looks simple also)

http://www.sundayscratchups.com/simple-gluten-free-brown-rice-flour-pizza-dough/

http://minimalistbaker.com/the-best-gluten-free-pizza-crust-sauce/

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/topics/show/986034-brown-rice-pizza-dough


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Thank you, Chloe!
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I'd have thought you'd need something with the rice flour to bind it? imo even in that 2nd link, the crust looks crumbly?!  
I've successfully made several baked goods with rice flour and almond flour combined For a cookie recipe or pizza base I use 2/3's rice flour to 1/3 almond, but for a cake or muffin recipe, I use the reverse proportions...
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this one from King Arthur Flour looks really good from the photo....although I like Possom's idea of
combining some almond flour for improved texture.  Many recipes call for xanthan gum which is
likely to be a toxin for many....which is why I only saved recipes that contained ingredients my family
could eat.

See what you think of this recipe.

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-pizza-crust-recipe


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Here is the recipe we use...
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1480

We changed the arrowroot to flax.
We changed the baking powder as shown in the recipe for those who can't use Cream of Tartar.


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Thank you for recipes guys.

My girl and I have been discussing if you could use broccoli stalks (cauliflower?) and create a flat surfaces to bake in the oven.

I'm just trying to figure out what you would use to coat the stalks to help bind them together. And if thin enough, could double layer the stalks, which would give the pizza surface more durability.
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Thank you for recipes guys.

My girl and I have been discussing if you could use broccoli stalks (cauliflower?) and create a flat surfaces to bake in the oven.

I'm just trying to figure out what you would use to coat the stalks to help bind them together. And if thin enough, could double layer the stalks, which would give the pizza surface more durability.


I'm not sure I understand your question.  Do you want to put the broccoli stalks raw on top of the pizza crust or are you trying to make a pizza crust using stalks of broccoli?  I'm trying to get
a visual of what you're trying to accomplish.  Egg whites will bind foods together but is this supposed to look like a woven web of stalks?

I do have a recipe for a cauliflower crust.

http://ifoodreal.com/cauliflower-pizza-crust-recipe/



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I'm not sure I understand your question.  Do you want to put the broccoli stalks raw on top of the pizza crust or are you trying to make a pizza crust using stalks of broccoli?  I'm trying to get
a visual of what you're trying to accomplish.  Egg whites will bind foods together but is this supposed to look like a woven web of stalks?

I do have a recipe for a cauliflower crust.

http://ifoodreal.com/cauliflower-pizza-crust-recipe/



This sounds nice Chloe. Do you reckon this might work substituting brocolli (diamond) for cauliflower (avoid). Curious now......


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Broccoli might be too wet, but I wonder if shredded and compressed rutabaga might work?
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Rice Crust Pizza.   So easy and delicious!

3 cups cooked rice
2 beaten eggs
1/4 cup shredded acceptable cheese. (I use Pecorino Romano or Parmesan)

Combine and press firmly into a 12" greased pizza pan.  Bake at 450 degrees for 20 min.

Add sauce and toppings and bake for 10 more min.

Hope you give it a try.  




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Rice Crust Pizza.   So easy and delicious!

3 cups cooked rice
2 beaten eggs
1/4 cup shredded acceptable cheese. (I use Pecorino Romano or Parmesan)

Combine and press firmly into a 12" greased pizza pan.  Bake at 450 degrees for 20 min.

Add sauce and toppings and bake for 10 more min.

Hope you give it a try.  




good one!  thanks for sharing....you might want to add this to the recipe file....I'm sure many people
would find the ingredients compliant.



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good one!  thanks for sharing....you might want to add this to the recipe file....I'm sure many people
would find the ingredients compliant.



I'll try to do that.


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Just tried but I can't see it on the list.  Don't know what I did wrong.  If anyone else can find it, please let me know.  Thanks.


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When I make rice flour pizza dough, I just use rice flour, water, salt, olive oil, and yeast, and sometimes I add spices. I've never bothered with adding a starch or gums. Actually, I used to make it with xanthan gum (pre-BTD) and didn't notice much difference in the texture of the final product when I omitted it.

For a fluffy bread or roll, these additives can make a difference, but when you're just looking for something flat to smother in sauce before baking, it doesn't matter. Simple works fine. You can even omit the olive oil, but then the dough will be a bit tougher.

The rice flour crust (even with all the funky additives) is more crumbly than dough made from spelt or wheat flour. That's one of the reasons I switched to baking with spelt flour when I realized my kids could eat it (and that I could touch it without getting sick.) I simply eat something else on pizza nights.


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Just tried but I can't see it on the list.  Don't know what I did wrong.  If anyone else can find it, please let me know.  Thanks.

I couldn't find it...  

There is a different recipe with the title "Rice Crust Pizza", but I think there have been duplicate named recipes before and both showed up in the list.


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