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Dad’s Gluten-free Pizza Crust is sure to Please

Celiac.com 07/30/2007 - I love pizza, and being gluten-free put a pretty serious crimp in my ability to enjoy a fresh, custom-made pizza.

Also, I’ve never been particularly fond of frozen pizzas of any kind, but I don’t exactly have time to make my own crusts from scratch.

Even when I could eat pizza from my favorite local pizzeria, I loved to make my own pizza from fresh pizza crust, and to add my own toppings and pull it piping hot and bubbling fresh from my own oven. Since I went on a gluten-free diet, I’ve pretty much given up on ever again really enjoying pizza piled high with my favorite things like pepperoni and mushrooms.

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But Dad’s has come to my rescue and returned pizza to it’s proper place of honor I my life. Dad’s make a gluten-free pizza crust that fits the bill perfectly.

Recently,   I rushed home from a long day at work with pizza firmly on my mind. Now, Dad’s   gluten-free pizza crust come frozen and I deviated a bit fro the general   instructions by putting it in my fridge to defrost before I left for work. When   I got home, I spread the crust with my favorite pizza sauce, sprinkled on a   generous helping of mozzarella, some pepperoni, mushrooms, threw on a few sweet   red peppers, added a dash of oregano, and popped it in the oven.

I find letting the crust defrost first makes for more even cooking, and a crisper, yet chewier crust.

When I pulled it from the oven, I was far from disappointed, I was overjoyed.   What a delight to have tasty, crunchy, chewy, delicious pizza crust back in   my life! Dad’s   gluten-free pizza is crunchy and perfectly chewy with excellent flavor,   and a great pizza aroma. Once you add some sauce and cheese and whatever toppings   you like, you’re ready to bake a great tasting, hot, bubbly pizza your family   is sure to love.


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Kathleen Greene
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10 Jan 2008 8:01:45 AM PDT
I am intrigued by your description. I have found a pretty good crust at Whole Foods but wouldn't be adverse to trying something new, especially after reading your description.
Thanks!

 
Larry Boyd
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17 Jan 2008 2:37:57 PM PDT
The article was very good.




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