This Gluten Free New York style pizza dough is one of the best gluten-free dough you’ve ever made. And best of all, you can make gluten free pizza crust in your own kitchen.
GLUTEN FREE PIZZA CRUST
Gluten-free pizza has a terrible reputation. The reason behind this is that almost all gluten free pizza crusts are very thin and become very hard once baked in the oven. But, guys, crust is crucial when making pizza. If crust doesn’t support pizza topping and sauce, the pizza is not worth eating.
How to Make Gluten Free Pizza Dough (TIPS)
Whether you have gluten sensitivity, celiac disease or wheat allergy, you deserve to eat good gluten-free pizza. The good news is that you can make it with your own hands!
It is not hard to make gluten free pizza. In fact, it is super easy! You just need to keep in mind:
- Gluten-free dough needs time. 12-48 hour fermentation will transform your dough into the best pizza dough. I prefer to make this gluten free dough in the evening and refrigerate for 12-48 hours.
- Quality ingredients are crucial for quality pizza.
- Preparing gluten-free pizza can be challenging, because gluten free dough is sticker and wetter than wheat dough. That’s why I use parchment paper to transfer pizza into the oven.
- Knead gluten-free dough slowly otherwise you will end with hard dough.
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