I really miss having pizza. I have to say I ate it way too much and with just about anything I could think of. My favorite combinations are ones that people would never think to put on a pizza. For instance my Spinach Artichoke Dip Pizza.
Recently I’ve been playing with Chebe All Purpose Mix. I’ve made a few different pizzas. The last two being a Za’atar pizza and a Crabby Veg pizza. I love to toss a pizza in the oven, mix up a salad and there you have it, a cheap and fast meal. I bet you can do all of this in a shorter time than it takes to phone in your order and wait for the delivery. Well that’s if you’re lucky enough to have gluten free pizza delivery near you, able to eat cheese and rice which in their dough. We have delivery here but the dough has rice so if I want pizza, I’m making it.
First, let me share the Za’atar pizza because it is so fast and simple that if you skip a line you’ll miss the recipe. Next week I’ll share my Crabby Veg Pizza.
I’m sharing this recipe with Gluten Free Wednesdays?
I bag of Chebe All Purpose Mix following directions (2 eggs, 2 TB oil, 5TB milk or water)
1+ TBS Za’atar seasoning-sumac, thyme leaves, white sesame seeds, salt (Penzeys Zatar)
1-2 TBS Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Follow the directions on the bag of the Chebe mix. I use almond milk, organic extra virgin olive oil and organic eggs.
Roll out your dough on a flat surface. I use the corn meal to keep the dough from sticking to my rolling pin.
Put the dough onto your pizza pan. Spread the olive oil and sprinkle with the seasoning mix. Use as much as you want to eat. Bake according to the package directions, 20-25 minutes at 375 degrees.
Kayln’s Kitchen had a great blog post about Flatbread with Olive Oil and Za’atar. She uses whole wheat but the process is the same, I just use gluten free dough.
One thing you’ll find is many different ways to spell the seasoning mix. They are basically the same. She used a mix from The Spice House which she tells me is related to the owner of Penzeys. That’s one spicy family!
So now you have the basics to make a great gluten free pizza. What do want on your gluten free pizza?
This recipe was shared on Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays.