Primal pizza has been a difficult nut for me to crack. I tried a "fake flour" recipe and it turned out - well, I had to turn it into a casserole. Tasted okay though. And spreading toppings on eggplant or other veggies has been nixedin my house.
I get my produce at a place that caters to the hispanic market, and picked up a breadfruit. Never had it before, but I found this recipe: [url=http://onelovelivity.com/childofnatureblog/vegan-breadfruit-pizza-%E2%80%93-the-recipe/]Vegan Breadfruit Pizza[/url]
Feel free to ignore the pumpkin seed "cheese" and the topping of carrot. But I'm intrigued about using breadfruit to make a pizza crust. Breadfruit is really high in carbs, and nutritionally it seems to be a lot like a potato. But I can't find any further info about anti-nutrients, phytic acid, oxalic acid, or whatevers. But - it's not a grain, and I'm thinking that the carbs are about the same as some of the "fake flour" recipes.
I'm not much of cook, but I was thinking about tweaking the recipe with an egg and a touch of coconut flour to help it stick together. Any ideas?
Have you ever tried Meatzza? That's by far better than any fake bread crusts, and it is tastier than the real thing.
I have my non-primal family completely into meatza and asking me to fix it for friends to show off.
[QUOTE=Leida;955692]Have you ever tried Meatzza? That's by far better than any fake bread crusts, and it is tastier than the real thing.[/QUOTE]
No. I looked at it and knew it wouldn't fly with my husband. He wants something with a mostly-normal crust.
Try chebe's foccaccia mix. It is friggin' tasty and would make a great pizza crust!
[QUOTE=Daemonized;955694]I have my non-primal family completely into meatza and asking me to fix it for friends to show off.[/QUOTE]
Could you give me your recipe for the meatza? Would really like to try it out.
[QUOTE=Lukey;955768]Could you give me your recipe for the meatza? Would really like to try it out.[/QUOTE]
I found the original recipe that I based the way I make it on here. Once I've made something once or twice I don't use a recipe anymore and I start making changes to suite what I think works.
We have had great luck with meatzas and 'pizzas' here is a link to our family favorites :)
[url=http://foodfantabulous.wordpress.com/category/meatza-and-pizza/]Meatza and ‘Pizza’ | foodfantabulous[/url]
From here: [url=http://www.chebe.com/Products/Dry-Mixes/Chebe-Pizza-Crust-Mix.aspx]Gluten free bread mixes and gluten free frozen dough - Chebe Bread[/url]
It looks like Chebe's ingredients are: Manioc (tapioca) flour, modified manioc starch, iodine free sea salt, oregano, garlic, and onion. My local Whole Foods doesn't carry Chebe's, but I think the ingredients in the mix would be easy enough to find and play with.
Hi , I wouldn't want you to give up on breadfruit pizza just yet, check out my breadfruit pizza recipe here:
[url=http://sliceofcaribbean.blogspot.com/2013/07/breadfruit-pizza-with-vegan-sausage-and.html]Vegan Miss: Breadfruit Pizza with Vegan Sausage and Pineapple[/url]