- 1 --- cauliflower, head
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- dash pepper
- dried herbs of your, choice
Place the cut caulifower into the varoma and steam for 13 minutes until cooked through
Cool to room temperature
Put cauliflower through a juicer, this will take the moisture out of it.
(Alternatively strain it through a muslin cloth to wring out the moisture).
Place the cauliflower pulp into the bowl with 2 eggs, salt, peper and herbs close the lid and mix on speed 2 for 20 seconds until all combined
Spoon cauliflower mixture onto a baking tray in any pizza shape you want, about 1- 1.5 cm thick.
Cook in moderate oven 180 degrees fan forced for 30 minutes, turn over after 20 minutes when brown.
Top Pizza with your choice of flavours, I like tomato (pasta) sauce from Everyday Cooking for the base, ham, tomato, spinach leaves, zuchini ribbons and basil pesto. Place salt, herbs and EVOO on top and bake for 15 minutes in a moderate hot oven.
Using a juicer to take the moisture out of the cauliflower leaves you with a nice cauliflower soup and no waste!
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