Is there something better than hot crispy pizza?
In a country like mine, people who have problems with gluten doesn’t have the opportunity to go outside and just buy gluten free pizza. If you want to eat it, you have to make one. Every time. I was lucky to experience a home delivery gluten free pizza in the United Kingdom and to eat it in restaurants in Italy and Austria. I can’t decide which one was the best. Maybe I was just lucky and all the pizzas I have tried out of my kitchen were really good.
Last experience was in Pescara, Italy. I am choosing this one as the best one because I was there with my mom and sister who is also a celiac like me. That was the first time we ate gluten free pizza together in a restaurant. It was unforgettable …
I must mention the amazing pizzeria Buffalo Bill and recommend it to all of you. If you ever come to Pescara, it would be a pity not to try their gluten free pizzas. They have certificates and the crossed grain symbol at the entrance, which prove gluten free safety. Hope you will enjoy as much as we were.
If you are not able to eat pizza out, then you have to make it by yourself. I am a big fan of it, and it is time to post and share with you some recipe on the theme. This is just one of many variations on how to make a dough.
250ml lukewarm water
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp dry yeast
50ml sunflower oil
pinch of salt
210g flour (Schar, Mix B)
Put lukewarm water in a bowl, add sugar and sprinkle it with yeast. Wait until the yeast starts growing, then add all other ingredients and mix. Cover it and leave in a warm place for about 45 minutes to grow. Oil your hands and move the dough on a plate covered with a baking paper. Make the pizza shape, put some tomato juice, oregano, fresh tomatoes and sour cream. Bake it for about 20 minutes on 200°C. Add other ingredients like in the following video and bake 10 more minutes.
If you decide to make gluten free pizza, then you definitely have to try it with gluten free beer.. Cheers