Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Primal Pizza with Grain Free Crust

Did you all know that it is national soup month?  I somehow just found this out and now have a very limited amount of time to make tons of soups!  At least I've made 2 soups and 1 stock this month...  And just in case you were wondering here is an entire list of food holidays for the year.  This weekend we are going on a fun adventure (I'll go into details next post) and we just found out we don't have access to a kitchen, no electronic cooking devices are allowed (ie crockpot), we might have access to a camping stove, and our main source for cooking will be on a wood stove.  This calls for some very creative cooking, and my original plan of making chicken bacon chowder in the crockpot is thrown out the window.  Here is a helpful link on how to cook on a wood stove, looks like I just might be able to make a soup on the wood stove.  Last night I made an experimental pizza with one of my good friends and while it turned out tasty it is definitely more like a frittata, super eggy and not very crusty.  Here is a link to the recipe, and I am still searching for an amazing primal pizza recipe.  We also talked a ton about Europe as she has been several times, she gave me many tips and suggestions on where to go.

Makes 9 pieces

The Ingredients

For the crust:
8 eggs (free range/pastured is best)

1/3 cup coconut flour

3 TBSP melted butter or coconut oil

1/2 tsp of oregano

Pizza Sauce, enough to cover the crust

6 small shallots, thinly sliced and sauted

4 cloves garlic, minced and sauted

Mozzarella and Parmesan cheese, enough to cover pizza

Prosciutto and Capicola, enough to cover pizza

The Process

1.  Mix all crust ingredients in an electric mixer and then pour into a well greased 9×13 pan.

2.  Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until it poofs up and turns golden. Don’t let the poofiness alarm you. Thats just the eggs doing their thing.

3.  Take it out of the oven and cover with sauce, shallots and garlic, meats, and cheese.  Then baked it for 6 more minutes to melt the cheese. You can broil it at the end to make golden brown.

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