March 16, 2017
Pizza, Dairy, Cheese,
Feta, Vegetables, Pumpkin , Easy/Beginner Cooking, Quick Meals, Small Batch Cooking, Game/Sports Day, Weeknight Meals, Oven Bake, Diabetic, Gluten-Free, Heart Healthy, Low Cholesterol, No Eggs, Vegetarian, Make it from scratch, Flour, Kosher Dairy more
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"After a recent illness I was having a lot of trouble with my blood sugar levels and found myself having to eat no carbs which meant no bread, rice, potatoes or pasta so starting surfing the net and came up with a carb free pizza bases. Resting time for the dough has not been included in the times."
In a large bowl, mix together all of the dough ingredients and then knead it into a ball, with a little extra flour, if needed.
Place it back into the bowl and cover with plastic and let to rest for 2 hours, if needed.
Roll dough flat and place the pizza on an oiled pizza stone or baking tray.
Preheat oven to 180C.
Spread pizza base with hummus, top with the pumpkin, onion, walnuts and cheese and cook in the oven at 180C for 15 to 20 minutes until the base is crisp and pumpkin is tender.
Once out of the oven, top with rocket leaves and let wilt and enjoy.
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Very different but in the end, the taste overpowers your idea of the norms. At first the crust threw me off for the reason that one doesn't expect it not to be doughy. It is more like a flavorful cracker that is crisp and dense, but once you get over it, you realize the it tastes really good. The ingredients in the dough give a flavor punch and the toppings match it well. Upon the second day, I was craving more and it's inspired me to make some "healthier" options by using out of the ordinary ingredients. What I've learned with this particular recipe is that because it's healthy doesn't mean that it's flavorless. I drizzled some fruity virgin olive oil over the top and I was satisfied with my decision. For the hummus, I used one that is topped with hot chilis and it really tasted good with the "hot" addition. Thank you ImPat for sharing! Made it for Billboard Tag.
Made this chickpea pizza today for lunch. I used a roasted red bell pepper hummus and I used all other ingredients with the exception of the pumpkin. Definitely filling and a good substitution for traditional pizza ingredients. It was a little chewy, but to bake it any longer would have burned the ingredients.