I have been wanting to make pizza with cauliflower crust for a long time now. I had a package of frozen cauliflower, so I decided to try it. Most recipes I saw called for fresh cauliflower, but I figured I’d try anyway. I used this cauliflower crust pizza recipe on Tasty Kitchen as a guide. So I used frozen cauliflower and thawed it. When it was thawed, I followed the directions here to pulse it in a food processor and microwave it. I used paper towels to get the water out. Then I added about half the amount of parmesan and mozzarella. I also added oregano and parsley but nothing else because I didn’t want garlic or pepper in mine. I forgot to add the egg, but it was OK. The cauliflower became like a dough ball and I patted it down to a circle on a baking sheet. I baked 8 minutes and then added pizza sauce, mozzarella and turkey pepperoni and baked 5 more minutes. I probably could’ve left it in to get a bit more crispy. I really liked this. It was flavorful. I mean, it’s not pizza, so don’t eat expecting pizza. You can still taste cauliflower a little bit, so if you don’t like cauliflower, you may want to disguise it more with the garlic and pepper.
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