How to Make Gluten Free Pizza Dough Pillsbury
Pizza is one of the most delicious food around the world and it is very common in a country like the USA. With its delicious taste, not everyone can enjoy a slice of pizza.
This is because the majority of pizza has gluten in it and not everyone can tolerate gluten.
Therefore, here is the recipe you can make about gluten free pizza dough Pillsbury.
The ingredients to make this delicious gluten free pizza is quite simple. All of the ingredients are common and can be bought in the general food store.
Ingredients: milk, sugar, yeast, a flour blend, salt, eggs, garlic powder, and olive oil.
As for the measurement:
- you need ¾ cup of warm milk with a temperature of 120°F to 130°F.
- The amount of sugar needed for this recipe is around 1 tbsp.
- For the active dry yeast, you need around 2 1/4 tsp.
As for the base of the dough:
- you can use one of the gluten free flour bend available on the market. But, the Pillsbury is recommended, especially the multi-purpose and gluten free one.
- Use around 2 1/4 cups of it. Measure 1/2 tsp. of garlic powder and beat lightly 2 white eggs.
For the last ingredient: you need 1/4 cup of olive oil and don’t forget to divide it.
HOW TO PREPARE THE PIZZA
The first step:
You have to do is to make a dough with a combination of milk, yeast, and sugar in a large bowl.
Once mixed, then you can add the gluten free flour, garlic powder, salt, egg whites, and 2 tbsp. of vegetable oil.
Then, you can choose to either knead the dough manually with hands or using an electric mixer with medium speed.
Once the dough comes together, then you can stop the mixing process.
The next step:
Divide the dough into two balls. Cover both balls with the remaining oil.
Once covered, then you can press the dough until it forms a 10-inch round disk on the baking sheets.
Then, let the dough fermented a little bit and rise for a better texture and taste after you cover it with a plastic wrap.
Let it sit on a warm place avoiding direct contact with sunlight for about 30 minutes.
Once fermented, you will see the dough will be rising and have a fluffy texture. The next step is to heat the oven around 425°F and bake the dough for 8 to 10 minutes until the color turns light brown. After that, you can take out the dough and use any toppings you like.
Once you add the topping, put it back to the oven for another 7 to 10 minutes until the topping is baked properly. Take it out and you can enjoy your home-made gluten free pizza.
Note: When making this kind of pizza, make sure you use the right flour blend. The gluten free pizza dough Pillsbury is a recommended one. Compared to the similar products, the amount of texture you get on the pizza with this flour blend will be amazing.