Low Carb pizza

17 Oct 2012 11:20 am     7 Comments    Posted under: Recipes

This is by far the best pizza recipe out there, within the Low carb life! You will find it in my recipe book! But here is a preview…

Pizza crust:

1 pizza

2 eggs
200 ml grated cheese

Beat the eggs and add the cheese. Mix together. Place the mixture on overn proof paper on a baking tray. Bake in oven for around 15 min or until the crust is golden brown and crispy.
Remove from the oven and  spread 1 tbsp of tomato pur on the crust.

Add all your favorite toppings and cheese on the top. Replace the pizza in the oven again, and grill until the cheese is melted.

Topping suggestions:

  • mushrooms
  • ham
  • salami
  • brie cheese
  • tomatoe
  • onion
  • garlic
  • peppers
  • feta cheese
  • chicken
  • curry powder
  • olives

Of course not all of the abova all at once… Choose your favorites and add on… Yumminess guaranteed!

This is for Technorati 8ZYJPBYDB7E6
Chowstalker Badge

« Previous post  | Home |  Next post »

7 Comments + Add Comment

  • It’s going to be ending of mine day, except
    before ending I am reading this great post to improve
    my knowledge.

       0 likes

  • 200ml of cheese? Could you give me a weight 🙂

       0 likes

    • 200 ml is 1 cup, around 150-200 g I think. But if you grate the cheese and fill a cup you have the right amount! Easy way to measure… 🙂

         0 likes

  • Losing weight is not a magic, you need to work hard onto it, you have to do workouts possibly at the same time eat
    healthy diets to lose weight. Which is the reason why it is wise to create a free diet
    plans weight loss chart of different foods and
    different causes of nutrients, that you can eat with the day and list them
    out by meals. Add a twist of acid for flavor enhancement.
    Not only is water calorie free, nevertheless it flushes out toxins and bacteria and rejuvenates the body.
    There’s no need to cherry-pick sales, just choose the store with the most
    items you need on sale.

       0 likes

  • Learn ratios, what healthy ingredients you’ll be able to substitute for
    more expensive ones, and learn to cook “your way. Eat healthy meals in small portions more frequently. s recommended that you come up with a report on both long-term and short-term goals, but keep the latter realistic. Say by way of example, start a new day with an increased fibre lunch, have some fruit mid evening, a higher protein lunch, fruit or oat snack mid afternoon then the light supper. The Lose It app manages your daily calorie intake by wearing down the foods you consume and counting how many calories were digested.

       0 likes

  • Trying this right now. How hot should the oven be? I’ll try 350F…

       0 likes

    • Well I’m done with my pizza. I used:

      -Ground Beef
      -Onions
      -Green + Black olives
      -Red + Green peppers
      -Mushrooms
      -Cheddar Cheese
      -Seasoned tomato sauce

      Delicious. The crust is just amazing! Can’t believe it turns out so consistent and yummy.

      I jacked the oven to about 400F for about 10 minutes and it was enough. I then added the toppings and put it back in the oven for an extra 5 minutes or so.

      Next time I would use a formed baking tray (round or square or whatever, just to contain the “dough”) just so that I can get a good looking pizza 🙂

         0 likes

« Previous post  | Home |  Next post »

Got anything to say? Go ahead and leave a comment!

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

« Previous post  | Home |  Next post »