Easy Gluten Free Pizza

Here are some ideas about how to make a fast and easy pizza and if you wish, make it free from Gluten.

The secret is to make a Soft dough, soft enough so that you can just pour it into the baking tray or roasting pan. You can use lukewarm water, a little yeast and gluten free flour.

I often use Spelt flour that some sensitive persons may tolerate. You can also try buckwheat flour. Better ask your doctor or diet counsellor if you are not sure about what flour to choose.

If you use baking paper, you won´t need to wash the

baking tray, just rinse it.

Melt about a cup of butter in a bowl and let it cool, add water and yeast. Then add a little flour at a time and stir well, but not too much, so that the dough remains soft enough.

You can also use coconut oil instead of butter. This oil is one of the most interesting fats that I have

come across lately. It can be heated without being destroyed, like so many other vegetable oils that should be used cold pressed and not be heated.

You can pour some extra virgin oil to pour over your pizza when it is already baked and cooler, and/or over your salad and use it without heating it.

Pour the dough into the baking tray and spread pasta sauce over. You can use your favorite sauce from the store. I use an organic sauce.

Spread your favorite topping on. I like tuna and sliced mushrooms, but you can choose something else.

Then spread grated cheese on it all and oregano if you like it. Basil is great too.

Bake in hot oven about 15 - 20 minutes or until done.

Enjoy with a good salad or coleslaw.

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