Potato crust pizza

Pizza night! To all pizza lovers in Malta 🙂 This one is made of potatoes, I bet you can gather all of the ingredients right now and make one for yourself. It is very tasty and a bit healthier than a normal pizza (for sure beats the frozen one). Takes not more than 10 minutes to prepare everything, which makes it nice and quick home made dinner. Try it out when you get next pizza cravings and let me know what do you think in comments or on instagram!

Ingredients:

1 big raw potato

80g all-purpose flour ( you can sub with GF)

salt, pepper

Olive oil – approx. 1/2 tbsp

1 tsp psyllium husk – fiber (optional)

Choose from:

White sauce: soy yogurt, garlic powder, oregano, basil

Tomato sauce: tomato puree, garlic powder, basil, oregano

Preferred toppings: mushrooms, corn, olives, onion, artichokes etc.

Vegan mozzarella or tofu on top

Directions:

  • Peel the potato and wash it under running water. Grate it into a bigger bowl and add flour, salt, pepper, oil and psyllium husk (if using). Mix altogether, creating a sticky dough (if it doesn’t stick together add more water, if it is too runny, add more flour).
  • Spread the dough with your hands on a baking tray lined with paper into a circle (regular pizza shape) and bake on its own for 10 minutes at 190‎°C.
  • In the meantime, prepare all the other ingredients for topping. After 10 minutes take out the base and top with whatever you desire. I used white sauce because I am histamine intolerant, therefore cannot eat tomatoes. I finished it by adding mushrooms and mozzarella. Return to the oven and broil for another 5-10 minutes at 200°C.
  • Topped with fresh home-grown basil at the end.
Nutritional information:

2879kJ/ 688kcal 119g Carbs, 18g Fiber, 18g Fat, 20g Protein

Author: Michaela Žáková

22 year old food lover with a strong passion for cooking and baking (mostly fit and healthy recipes). I have been a vegetarian for over three years now. I also love to go to the gym or yoga classes, to level out all the food haha.

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