I needed to find a good healthy dough recipe, but I wanted to avoid a recipe where the dough tasted "too healthy". No matter how healthy or diet friendly a meal is, it must taste good or it's just not worth doing.
After scouring my favorite blogs I decided to try the dough recipe from
Naturally Ella's Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Goat Cheese Pizza.
I went out and bought everything I needed to make Naturally Ella's Dough.
Now to check what I have in my kitchen:
Balsamic Vinegar (I am going to use the same Balsamic Reduction Sauce used in Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Goat Cheese Pizza.
Let the Cooking Begin!
|Secondly, I think using Wheat Pastry Flour made the dough a little sweeter and softer than I was expecting. Again, the softness could have been due to the fact that my cast iron pizza pan needed to be pre-heated.|
|Pre- Cooked. Looking Good.|
Use this dough if you like a sweeter softer crust. It browns nicely and I would add the balsamic reduction to everything, it was just that good.
My quest continues to find a pizza dough recipe that works for us.
I was doing laundry this morning and wanted to share this tip with you.
A helpful household hint:
Even misplace part of your sheet set?
Here is an easy fix - Store your sheets in one of it's matching pillow cases.
|Neat and tidy and everything stays together.|
|We store our winter sheets on the top shelf in our closet.|
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