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Old Yesterday, 06:23 PM   #11621
scott wurcer is offline scott wurcer  United States
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Default Paneer Pizza?

Tonight's experiment, it seems you can type almost any unlikely recipe into google and get returns. I found several youtubes from India with amazing fusion abominations. Cleaning out the fridge tonight in anticipation of a trip to the farm tomorrow to re-stock. Tikka paneer, tomatoes, mozzarella, Thai basil pesto, all on a cauliflower no carb pizza crust.
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You are making my mouth water. Picks or it didn't happen. I have seen those cauliflower crusts but not bought or looked at the ingredients. Care to share?
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You are making my mouth water. Picks or it didn't happen. I have seen those cauliflower crusts but not bought or looked at the ingredients. Care to share?
Came out better than expected. Heated the grill to 600-700 F and put it on a cast iron pizza pan and turned down the burners after 5 min. or so and simply waited until it looked right.

I used a crust that we had left from an experimental buy which worked out fine but the folks at caulipower seem to have it nailed. They sell plain crusts. Caulipower 10 in. Gluten-Free Cauliflower Margherita Pizza, Size: 11.6 oz, White
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amazing fusion abominations.
I like that phrase, and hope to use it soon. Paneer pizza does sound tempting, esp as I have a kilo of paneer ready chopped in the freezer


I am sure a certain Pizza freak would tell you off for that though!
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I am sure a certain Pizza freak would tell you off for that though!
No Kewpie mayo garnish here.
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"Weetabix". Now Weetabix is a Canadian breakfast cereal, known to copy writers as "The Breakfast of Champions", presumably made from weet.
What it is weet? It is probably made from peas, soy or oats.

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What it is weet? It is probably made from peas, soy or oats.
Sorry, I was being sarcastic. Weetabix is supposed to be made from wheat, I just find it so flavorless, and the name so odd, that I made a joke and said it is made of "weet" like the name.
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