Finding out that you have food intolerances which require you to eliminate certain foods from your diet can be heart-breaking. Not least if pizza is as large a part of your diet as it is ours.
It can be particularly challenging if your food intake was once based heavily upon pastas, noodles, breads and cereals and you find out you are intolerant to gluten. In most cases, enzyme tablets don’t relieve symptoms.
Just add your favorite toppings and then bake for around 10 minutes in your wood fired outdoor pizza oven on high heat. You can also add any herbs or flavoring to the dough if you wish – Italian mixed herbs, garlic and even chili flakes work well. The dough is freezable if popped in a polythene bag, so you may wish to make double the quantity, so it’s ready to simply defrost for the next time you get a pizza craving.