Gluten Free Italian Pizza Recipe

Gluten Free Pizza Recipe – Homemade


In this article I show you how to make a Homemade Gluten Free Pizza from an Italian, me.

Homemade Gluten Free Pizza Recipe – Dough

Gluten Free Italian Pizza Recipe

For the dough for one Pizza (2 persons)

  • 350g Rice Flour
  • 100g Mais Flour
  • 350ml water
  • 1 spoon olive oil
  • 25g brewery’s yeast (perfect in powder)
  • bit of salt

Firstly, the dough needs at least 1 hours to rest, so plan your time. Put in a bowl the Rice and Mais Flour and the brewery’s yeast (in powder) and add slowly water. If your yeast in not in powder form, prepare your warm (30C) water in a cup and add the yeast and stir well.

Now show your muscles, its time for kneading the dough ! Eventually, after having added the warm water, salt the dough. Now don’t stop kneading until your dough is compact, when it is, it’s time for adding to the dough the olive oil. Finally, knead the dough even more and put it then into the big bowl, close it with a polythene foil, place it at a warm place and let it rest for 1 hours. The dough will double its size because of the yeast.

 

Gluten Free Pizza Margherita 

After 1 hour look at your dough, it should be ready and has grown.

what do you need ?

  • Fresh Basil
  • 400ml Tomato Sugo
  • 1 Mozzarella

Like in the picture below you see the dough already tendered with the rolling spin, try to prepare your dough that way, shape it not too thin and not too thick.

 

Gluten Free Pizza Dough

 

Homemade Gluten Free Pizza Recipe – Design your Margherita  

 

You are now enjoying the funniest part of our Pizza process. Prepare two baking sheets with baking paper and place your dough. Begin designing your pizza with the tomato sugo but ignore the edge of the pizza. Secondly, cut your Mozzarella in little pieces and add it on top of your Pizza. Thirdly, put on your Pizza Basil and other ingredients you like. Ready, put the Pizzas in the oven! The baking time of a Pizza depends on the thickness of the dough, normally you should bake your Pizza 15-20min on 250 C. 

 

Homemade Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

Gluten Free Pizza Recipe – Result

 

Italian Gluten Free Pizza Recipe

 

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Gluten Free Diet What to eat

Gluten Free Diet | What can I eat?


Gluten Free Diet What to eat

In this article I will inform you about the Gluten Free Diet and what you can eat.

 

Gluten free diet seems at the beginning as a hard task, but fortunately there are couple of natural foods that are gluten free and the food market has revolutionized and offers many free gluten options.

 

Gluten Free Diet – What can I eat

As I have a gluten sensitivity I have a vast knowledge about a Gluten Free Diet. An other important factor are the cost of the products. Normally are Gluten Free Alternatives (Gluten Free Pasta) very expensive. So what can I eat to save money?

The cheapest Gluten Free Diet includes natural gluten free products like:

  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Meat and Fish (except battered or coated)
  • Beans, Nuts
  • Eggs
  • Dairy
  • Herbs and Spices
  • Spreads and Oil
  • Beverages (most beverages except for beer!)
  • Grains (Quinoa, Rice, Corn, Amaranth)

 

Gluten Free Diet - Food

 

Gluten Free Diet – Grains I can eat 

There are many natural gluten free grains that you didn’t know yet but that you can eat without worries. The grains can be found in supermarkets and are relatively cheap. These grains you can perfectly combine for your lunch or dinner to include in your Gluten Free Diet. More about Gluten Free Grains you can eat here.

Some Gluten Free Grains for your Gluten Free Diet are:

  • Soy
  • Potato
  • Quinoa
  • Millet
  • Teff
  • Flax
  • Chia
  • Rice
  • Corn
  • Beans
  • Tapioca
  • Sorghum

 

Gluten Free Grains

Gluten Free Diet – Foods to avoid

For your Gluten Free Diet you should avoid Foods that include Gluten or are not “Gluten Free”Certified. Gluten Free Foods to avoid are:

  • Bread (all wheat based breads)
  • Pasta (expect for sunflower flour)
  • Pizza
  • Cereals (except for corn)
  • Pastries (cakes, muffins, cookies)
  • Snacks (candy, crackers, muesli bars, sweet popcorn)
  • Sauces (dressings, soy sauce, teriyaky)
  • Couscous

Cafe  

 

Gluten Free Diet - Avoid Food

Gluten Free Alternatives 

In the last decade many new companies came up with Gluten Free Alternatives for your Gluten Free Diet. In many supermarkets are now available Gluten Free breads, pizza, pastas, cereals, pastries, snacks, sauces etc. Be careful, to secure that the food is gluten free always double check that the “Gluten Free” Certificate is shown. That gives you 100% security that the product is not made of gluten ingredients. But be aware that Gluten Free Alternatives contain also more fat, read here.

 

IBS Food

Low FODMAP Diet

Read more about the diet here

In contrary, you can also bake by yourself gluten free bread, pizza, cookies and even cakes.

 

Gluten Free Cake

 

Gluten Free Recipes

I recommend to practice some easy Gluten Free Recipes that you won’t get bored of buying gluten free alternatives that are very expensive. I will add some very utile links for gluten free recipes: 

 

Gluten Free Recipes

 

 

 

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