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    Coconut flour pizza crust experiment

    This turned out pretty good. I wanted to make an Italian-style cracker-like pizza crust (they don't make them gooey in Italy), but I don't have a oven.



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    The crust is like a big cracker, made with frying pan.

    Recipe-Coconut Flour Pizza Crust for One

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    Quote Originally Posted by DFH View Post
    ...but I don't have a oven.
    That is weird dude. Not judging, it just seems weird. LOL.

    Thanks for the recipe. I have made the "normal" crust in the oven but will definitely try this one. It seems to take a LOT less time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IcarianVX View Post
    That is weird dude. Not judging, it just seems weird. LOL.

    Thanks for the recipe. I have made the "normal" crust in the oven but will definitely try this one. It seems to take a LOT less time.
    Haha,,, no worries. It's just my temp housing situation for the year. At least the AC and heater work!

    I'm going to experiment with crust a bit more. I was checking out Chocotaco's food porn thread and his pizza makes mine look like dog food!

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    I tried it again.

    This time the crust is 1/2 coconut flour, 1/2 chopped Romano cheese. The theory was that the cheese would melt and brown, and make the crust more like a traditional pizza crust. See above.

    It held up better and was not as dry. You could eat it with your hands, but it still fell apart a bit.

    I will try one more time with more cheese, less flour.

    End result is still yummy-



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    That pizza looks good. It appears that coconut is the flour of a thousand uses.

    And sometimes I make pizza crust in a frying pan, too, especially if it's just a small one for myself. Comes out nice and crispy.
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    MMMM I like this coconut Crust pizza..
    Let me know about its recipe please, I wanna make this pizza Hope you will share the recipe or link.. I'll highly appreciate your answer..

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    Is it really crispy? I like thin crispy crust. I used to make low carb tortilla pizzas in the frying pan, but this looks like a great alternative.
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