Wait, what did you just say? A crispy gluten free pizza base? Impossible. The cosmic law states ‘ if it’s gluten free it must be terrible’. That might be true in some cases but not for this pizza. I’m not even celiac and I eat this regularly.
It’s perfect to make when friends come around because it sounds so impressive. You don’t just buy Eagle Boys from down the road, you make your own QUINOA pizza. If this doesn’t make you sound like a responsible adult whose able to balance their chequebooks (whatever that means), then I don’t know what will.
Onto the pitch: it’s beautifully golden and it has a crispy edge that adds another dimension of flavour while remaining delicate enough to not overcrowd the toppings. Quinoa is also a great breakfast companion so it works really well with fruit like caramelised banana and fresh berries (just be sure to omit the dried herbs). I know, shocking. Pizza so healthy you can eat it for breakfast. What is life.
On tonight’s menu:
Roasted aubergine / / Tomato paste + eggplant + cherry tomatoes + fresh basil
Hawaiian / / Tomato paste + pineapple + nutritional yeast + fresh rocket leaves
Smokey BBQ / / Tomato paste (mixed with ground paprika, cinnamon, onion powder, garlic powder, and maple syrup) + grated carrots + diced purple onion + fresh spinach leaves
Superfood Boost / / Tahini + cubed sweet potato + black kale + mushrooms + chickpeas
Earth lover / / Hummus + sliced beetroot + radish + potato + balsamic vinegar
Classic garlic / / Vegan butter + minced garlic + mushrooms + green onion + balsamic vinegar
Pesto lover / / Pesto + Japanese pumpkin + broccolini + red capsicum
Fruit pop / / Caramelised banana + diced peaches + berry compote