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  • Writer's pictureNina Jeanette

Pizza crust with ancient flour

Anyone making pizza tonight? Saturday night is pizza time in our family, and been that way for as long as I can remember. It's also so easy making it into a healthier meal than normal pre-made pizza. And it tastes delicious. Whoop whoop! I always make a dobbel recipe, having one crust thin & crispy, and having another crust thick & soft. Making everyone happy.

The crust I make is with organic, spelt/dinkel flour. It's called oberculmer rootkorn, meaning ancient flour filled with wonderful nutrients. It will however still contain gluten, so if that's not for you - just use gluten-free flour instead. A super easy swoop.

For 1 crust: Warm 3 dl / 1 cup of water, until Lukewarm. I use alkaline, filtered water. Add 25 gram yeast. You can also swoop it with baking soda, but the crust will be a bit spongy. Mix it, and add: 1tsp Himalayan salt 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp of organic honey - can be dropped, but the crust will be a notch better by adding it. After that you just use the kneading hook on your KitchenAid (or a similar) add flour until it reach a consistency where the dough no longer stick to the bowl. Let it rise for 1 hour, knead it with some flour, and bake it out on your pizza board. Let it then rise once more for about 15 minutes.

Now make a healthy, tasty topping, and spread some pizza-love. Recommend using real ingredients, without additives and sugars. Have you tried coconut cheese shredding? If not - get some! It's so good, and better for everyone in so many ways. I bake the pizza in the oven on a pizza setting which make it a bit warmer underneath. But you can just use normal setting as well. Have it on 220°C for about 20min.


Sending u all love, and a wonderful Saturday. X

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