Whereas in Adelaide I picked up an Eat a Pizza gluten free pizza base. Obtainable in each a 9 inch and a 12 inch I picked it up from Foodland in Saints Highway. You too can select between a plain base or a base with tomato paste on it. The bottom is 100% Australian made and owned and I haven’t seen it outdoors of Adelaide. On the Foodland, the Eat a Pizza pizza bases are priced at $7.70 for the 9 inch with sauce or $8.30 for the 12 inch with sauce. If plain is extra your type the plain 12 inch is $7.70 and the plain 9 inch is $6.60.
I picked up the plain 9 inch to assist with portion sizing. The bottom is labelled gluten, yeast, nut and dairy free.Main allergens embrace soy, there isn’t a could comprise assertion. Different components embrace maize starch, tapioca, maize polenta, rice flour, soy flour, crimson lentil flour and xanthan gum. I cooked after topping the pizza, 15 minutes wasn’t sufficient in our oven. I’d positively suggest cooking it somewhat longer.
This has a pleasant texture. It’s a skinny base with a country really feel and form. There have been no off textures and it held collectively nicely. I’ll admit in direction of the center it did droop somewhat on the tip. Nonetheless, for essentially the most half I may maintain a slice and eat it. I topped it with garlic pesto, totally different mushrooms, dollops of truffle and goats cheese dip from Chris Dips, rocket and pepper. That is a tremendous mixture and I’ll positively be repeating it.
You could find extra pizza base critiques on my assessment web page. Alternatively, you possibly can try the pre-topped frozen pizzas on this web page.
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