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Thin Pizza Crust

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Thanks it looks really good. I have a few questions:

What is "instant yeast" and how is it different from regular yeast?

DO you think I could use corn starch in place of the potato starch? I have potato flour but not potato starch.


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I was thinking you might nor need no stick if you put parchment paper in the pan. Also, when Hub makes pizza, he put some cornmeal on the pan first to help it not stick.

A really simple thin crust is to use a rice tortilla.


 

 

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I was thinking you might nor need no stick if you put parchment paper in the pan. Also, when Hub makes pizza, he put some cornmeal on the pan first to help it not stick.

A really simple thin crust is to use a rice tortilla.

Kareng, Would parchment paper prevent cc from previous gluten pizzas cooked on the pan? I also have the problem of only having pizza pans that have the holes in them. Not sure how thin this pizza dough/batter is, but I wonder if parchment would work if it's a watery batter. I might try some non-stick Reynolds release foil though.


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Kareng, Would parchment paper prevent cc from previous gluten pizzas cooked on the pan? I also have the problem of only having pizza pans that have the holes in them. Not sure how thin this pizza dough/batter is, but I wonder if parchment would work if it's a watery batter. I might try some non-stick Reynolds release foil though.

I used parchment paper to cover my french baguette pans with the holes in them - worked just fine. And yes, it would prevent cc.


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Thanks! I'm really craving pizza lately. I have only had one good pizza since going gluten free and that was at Mellow Mushroom. I have used corn tortillas and rice cakes to put pizza toppings on, but it's not the same as having a crust. ;)


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I can tell you for sure cornstarch does not work

pizza_crust_cornstarch.jpg

it is a very runny dough and i don't think parchment paper would work, it might soak the paper, but I don't know for sure.

foil might work, but the dough is also very sticky, that is why i have replaced my pan twice

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I can tell you for sure cornstarch does not work

pizza_crust_cornstarch.jpg

it is a very runny dough and i don't think parchment paper would work, it might soak the paper, but I don't know for sure.

foil might work, but the dough is also very sticky, that is why i have replaced my pan twice

Wow, thank you for trying so soon and reporting back! I will wait until I can get a new pan.


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