Hi, I have a question. Can I do pizza dough from rice flour? I like pizza, so I would like it in new, healthy version. I would like to have the texture of a slice is soft, delicate and fine. Can I achieve this result with this kind of flour?
Cauliflower crust was all the rage with health fanatics a few years back - now who was it mentioned that recently and said they loathed it? Was it @Frizz1974?You could always do a cauliflower crust. I understand somebody developed a technique where it's more like a real pizza crust than it was when cauliflower crusts first came about. Unfortunately, I don't remember where I heard or read about it, sorry.
I do! I usually use a ready made gluten free strong flour mix. The ingredients for the one I use is: rice flour, tapioca starch, potato starch and Xanthan Gum. (Self-raising and plain flour do not contain the xanthan gum.)
No I never got around to trying it.
Maybe it was that I was thinking of. At any rate, anyone who thinks that cauliflower is a serious substitute for rice or pizza bases is kidding themselves!No I never got around to trying it.
We did try cauliflower rice once. I don’t think I cooked it exactly right as I didn’t have a large non stick pan & used my cast iron pan. Too hot I think. Any rate we hated it.