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Perfect Cauliflower Pizza Crust Everytime

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Make a delicious White Pizza on a cauliflower pizza crust that will not fall apart after baking. A white pizza sauce is cheesy and creamy and less acidic than a tomato pizza sauce, and it's simple to prepare! Make a white pizza on any pizza crust you desire, but a cauliflower pizza crust is gluten free, healthier than bread dough, and definitely worth trying.
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What You Need To Make a Cauliflower Crust White Pizza
2 cups of grated CAULIFLOWER
1 cup of freshly grated PARMESAN CHEESE
1 EGG beaten
PARCHMENT PAPER to line your baking sheet
1 cup RICOTTA CHEESE
½ cup PLAIN YOGURT
1 Tbsp dried ITALIAN SEASONING
1 tsp ONION POWDER
1 tsp GARLIC POWDER
1-2 Tbsp PESTO (optional)
…and PIZZA TOPPINGS:
I like a combo of fresh spinach,
tomato, onion, basil, and mozzarella
cheese

How to Cook A Cauliflower Crust White Pizza
Cauliflower crust:
Grate fresh cauliflower into granules resembling "poprocks"
Heat the grated cauliflower in a skillet–don't add oil or water–use medium heat, not too hot. Stir until the cauliflower has dried out somewhat, it won't dry completely, but the dryer the better. Heat at least 10 minutes, just enough to evaporate the moisture, not enough to color or cook down.
Remove skillet from burner and set aside to allow cauliflower to slightly cool.
In a bowl, beat 1 egg.
Add grated Parmesan cheese to the egg. You can substitute, asiago or romano cheeses, just be sure you use a hard cheese for best results.
Add the cauliflower to the bowl and mix well with the egg and cheese and form into a ball.
Spread parchment paper onto a baking sheet. DEFINITELY USE PARCHMENT PAPER, otherwise your crust may tear when you try to pick it up.
Place the balled cauliflower and cheese onto the parchment paper and spread out into a pizza shape about ¼ inch thick.
Do not make the edges of the crust too thin; keep the size of the crust uniform for even cooking. The cauliflower will darken quite rapidly around the edges if too thin.
Place crust into an oven preheated to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and cook approx. 15-20 minutes until the crust has colored and firmed up.
Remove cauliflower pizza crust from the oven and top with your favorite pizza sauce.
A cauliflower pizza crust will not rise since there is no yeast involved, and since the crust is entirely cauliflower, cheese, and egg, it will not achieve the same crispness as a thin dough pizza. But the pizza will stay together just fine, and will taste very much like a pizza.

How to Make a White Pizza Sauce
In a bowl, combine the ricotta, yogurt, and seasonings. Instead of garlic powder, you can use finely chopped fresh garlic. I also like to use fresh basil as a topping on a white pizza, but if you don't have fresh basil, you can add a little pesto to the sauce. Mix well. If you make this sauce ahead of time, it will have even more flavor.

Spread the sauce over the pizza crust, as much as you like. If using a cauliflower crust, don't use too much white sauce, especially if using fresh sliced tomatoes as a topping, you don't want the pizza too be too wet.

A white sauce is especially tasty on a vegetable pizza. One of my favorite combos is sauce, then a layer of chopped spinach and basil, then a layer of tomato, then chopped onion, and finally a topping of mozzarella cheese.

Return the pizza to the oven, still at 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and cook another 10 minutes, or until the toppings are done as desired.

And that's it. Eat and enjoy!

Give this cauliflower crust white pizza recipe a try and let me know what you think. If you liked it, share with friends and family. I appreciate it!
–Chef Buck

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