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Pizza, pizza, pizza! Who doesn’t love it? Who doesn’t crave for it? Kids and grown ups go crazy for pizza but unfortunately it is really unhealthy, loaded with fats and empty calories…When Vima Gourmet asked us to healthify our favourite dish/snack. (in case you don’t know we ‘ve been nominated at the food blog awards held by the greek cooking magazine Vima Gourmet at the Best Special Diet category. If you want to vote for us, just click here and then click the like button at the end of the page). Our first thought was of course pizza! It was a big challenge to come up with a healthy version! Our ain was to make a perfectly healthy kind of pizza that would be good for us and would be packed with nutrients but at the same time it should be delicious!
So the experiments began with the help of my hubby (I have to share the credit with him since we made it together). Thank you, my dear Kostis! Finally after much recipe testing we got the result we were loooking for! We wanted to make a flourless crust (we didnt want to use processed products) and we opted for a potato-oat crust. We topped it with yummy sauce and veggies and absolutely devoured it! In the next post we will present you a gourmet edition of this pizza that will blow your mind. My hubby said that it was one of the yummiest pizzas he had ever tried and trust me he has eaten way too many pizzas in his life! So here you are: a tasteful pizza, vegan, glutenfree, packed with nutrients and guiltfree! You can top it with the ingredients of your choice. Happy November, friends! Stay tuned for the second version of our amazing pizza! Kisses!
Ingredients for the crust:
400 gr. potatoes, cooked
200 gr. gf oats, ground to flour
3 Tbsp olive oil
9 Tbsp soy milk
3 tsp nutritional yeast (optional)
1 tsp garlic powder
salt and pepper
2 tsp oregano
In a food processor pulse potatoes until pureed. Add olive oil and 4 Tbsp milk and pulse until well combined. In a bowl combine oats with garlic powder, nutritional yeast, oregano, salt and pepper. Transfer puree in a bowl and gradually stir in the oat mixture. Pour the rest of the milk and work the dough well with your hand until you get a nice dough. Shape it in a ball and set aside for 10 minutes. Then roll out the dough onto a parchment paper, Transfer on a pizza pan (along with the parchment paper). Use all the dough for a thick crust. If you prefer a thin crust, set some dough aside and make a calzone. Spread sauce over the crust, top with the rest of the ingredients amd bake in preheated oven at180C for about half an hour. Enjoy!