Wednesday, December 16, 2009

GLUTEN FREE PIZZA

Pizza. Haven't talked about Pizza in while. Just this past weekend, I made some for Isabella. And thought how easy a meal it is to prepare.

Once again, good ingredients are key. Good tomato sauce, good cheese and good toppings.
Make the oven as hot as you can, (ours tops out at 500F) and your family's favorite food is done in less than 20 minutes from start to finish.

Have you tried Pizza shells from GF PATISSERIE? As they are all formed by hand, they never have a lot in the freezer and for sure don't like me promoting them, but next time out, ask.

Judy G has great Pizza shells as well, I have seen them all over the place in the organic markets around town.

My favorite Pizza toppings are Prosciutto and Anchovies, fresh basil and some Mozzarella.
If Victoria ever expands into savory food, Pizza would be on top of the menu.



GLUTEN FREE PIZZA SHELLS















5 comments:

Allison the Meep said...

Those look great! We're planning on doing calzones tonight, which might be possible with your pizza shells, depending on if they're pre-baked or not.

Chris said...

Oh YUM! Nice.

gfe--gluten free easily said...

Scrumptious! Oh, how nice that would be to have quality pizza shells to pick up. I made stuffed pizza recently ... it was sort of an accidental recipe so I have to see if I can recreate it successfully before posting it.

Shirley

H.Peter said...

Pizza, Shirley, really is just an extention of great bread making.

Knowing that Bread is not your fav.....

H.Peter said...

Hey Chris,

I much prefer Famoso's Pizza over GF, but you know how it goes....with celiacs, no flour in the house..