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Cauliflower Pizza Crust

October 21st, 2016 11:16:00 am

If you crave pizza but wished it were a healthier choice, look no further. This low carb pizza crust cauliflower style is super easy to make and customize with whatever topping you enjoy. Learn how to make the super easy crust (here). And then instead of making individual breadsticks, just spread the cauliflower "dough" out onto your Titanium Baking Sheet (buy here) and bake! Once you have browned, pull it out of the oven and add all of your favorite toppings.

 

INGREDIENTS FOR "DOUGH":

4 cups of vapor-cooked cauliflower (one large head)

4 eggs

2 cups mozzarella cheese

3 tsp oregano

4 cloves garlic, minced

 

 

 

 

Preheat the oven to 425 F.  Vapor cook the cauliflower in your Titanium Pot (see here) or Titanium Sauce Pan.  Just rinse it, and put it into the pot and add the lid. Set the burner to really low heat. Soon you will see the moisture develop on the lid. Start you timer at that point and let it vapor cook on low heat for about 15 minutes (or until a knife inserts easily into it).  Put the cooked cauliflower with the next 4 ingredients into a food processor and pulse gently with some salt and pepper to taste. You want it just riced, but not too fine. 

Vapor Cook CauliflowerProcess

Spread the "dough" out onto your Titanium Baking Sheet. No need to prepare it in any way. It is non-stick even with the cheese in this recipe. Bake it until it is golden brown and slightly crispy. Prepare toppings of your choosing. Here I am sauteing onions, red peppers, and hot peppers from my garden for my toppings.

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I also pan-fried (without oil) a couple of fresh chicken breasts for our pizza. Notice how you can get them gently brown without adding any oil to the pan. I'm using the 28cm Titanium Frying Pan (here). Once browned, chop it into bite-sized pieces for your pizza.

Next I slathered some Marinara Sauce onto my crust as a base. It is a bit lighter in flavor than a pizza sauce. I like that it tastes more "tomatoey" than sauce. Then I layered my ingredients and topped with cheese. Pop that back into the oven until the cheese is melted. Serve and enjoy!

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I hope you enjoy a healthy alternative to pizza dough with this fast and easy low-carb pizza crust cauliflower style!

 

 

 

 

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