There are many ways to serve a low carb pizza.
Today we’ll take tuna crust! I have been wanting to try making a pizza with a tuna crust ever since I came across the idea on Pinterest. When we launched our website I baked 1 lowcarb pizza and one regular pizza for my friends.. guess which one they really loved I mean what’s not to like about a tuna crust for a pizza? I actually got a chance to try a tuna crust a couple of months ago but I ran into a problem, the crust stuck so badly to the parchment paper that I could’t get it off. After hours of checking through comments on various pizza crust recipes the secret seems to be that you need to squeeze out as much of the liquid as possible before baking. This crust is seriously good!
I could easily eat the crust all by itself as a snack or maybe with a dipping sauce not to mention all of the tasty pizza topping options! No. 1 will be a regular salami cheese pizza and No 2 will be meatball chilli-pitacchio meatball pizza
ok here we go!
take your pre baked pizza crust and put some tomato marinara on top / i prepared i already
now place you salami on top you can add whatever you want
take the cheese and spread it
what I love on top are mushrooms on top of the cheese.
Now bake it until the cheese is fully melted
I took 3-4 slices of salami and cut it into chunks.
top it with cheese and some mushrooms.
then just bake it again until the cheese on top has melted! 10 – 15min again.
chilli-pitacchio meatball pizza
what do I mean with fresh one? It means you bake the crust and just top all ingredients you would love to have on a pizza without backing it again. thats why we are going to prepare today 2 different kinds of Low carb pizza.
take your pre baked pizza crust
add meatballs (already fried)
chillies or peppers
and a some great sauce for refining ( i used mustard, mayo and a bit of vinegar)