I was ecstatic when I found this pizza dough recipe a few weeks ago and have been waiting for the perfect chance to make it. I found it at Funky Food Trisha, and let me just say... THANK YOU! Here's the recipe...
Yeast Free Allergy Friendly Pizza Dough
3/4 cup flour(quinoa, oat, amaranth, sorghum, buckwheat, millet)
1/4 cup tapioca starch
2 tsp apple cider vinegar
4 T extra virgin olive oil
1 1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup water
Preheat oven to 400 degrees and grease baking sheet. Mix dry ingredients together and add in everything but water. Stir in the water. You are looking for a moist dough that easily forms a ball when kneaded. Add a little extra water if needed. Press onto baking sheet into whatever thickness desired. Before topping, bake for about 5 minutes. Then pull out and put your favorite toppings on, slide it back into the oven and enjoy when crust is slightly brown and toppings are bubbling.
*I added some italian seasoning to give it more kick
Once I made the ball of dough I took off a golf ball sized chunk, making about a 6-inch (very flat) pizza and a mini flatbread. I plan to cut the flatbread in half and make a delicious little sandwich in the days to come :) I also plan to make this dough again, perhaps with more spices or even a sweetener hmmmm... and make larger flatbread so I can finally enjoy sandwiches again on a daily basis. Check back to see how that goes!
I did as Trisha suggests and precooked the dough (both of them) for 5 minutes at 400 degrees, then topped the pizza with the:
Prego Garlic Herb pasta sauce
1 slice turkey lunch meat torn into pieces (I used Applegate Farms Organic Roasted Turkey Breast)
Corn (canned is fine)
Sauteed bell peppers
Salt & Pepper to taste
We were making not allergy friendly pizza at the same time and had the oven cranked up to 475 degrees but I still had to keep my pizza (and flatbread) in for about 10 minutes to get the necessary crunch. If you're not a fan of crunchy crust keep the temp at 400 degrees and check every few minutes until you feel it is to your liking.
Enjoy this! I certainly did :)