I'm addicted to Pinterest.
But, and this is something to consider, I've actually made stuff from there. Not as much as some, but more than others. So at least there's that. Which I guess isn't really much. You know what is really something though?
Cauliflower Pizza Dough!!!!!!
For this little kitchen experiment, I went with pin numero dos. Which links to a pretty cool site that I haven't spent much time on, but I want to give the Cook Lisa Cook blog the credit it deserves for making this a pretty successful endeavor. Again, I didn't change the main part of the recipe so please go to her site and give her the hits it deserves. But if I can do it... you know what comes next.
I didn't take pictures of all of the steps, but it looks pretty similar to what you'll see on the Cook Lisa Cook blog when you go for the step by step.
|This was mixing the riced cauliflower with the egg and cheese to bind everything together.|
Justin walked in I was mixing the dough. He later told me that when he saw it he was "less than enthused" because he hadn't enjoying the pureed cauliflower experiment that I did not document. Let's just say it has to be really hot to be enjoyable and comparable to mashed potatoes.
|The dough all spread out on the countertop convection over tray.|
|The beef cooking up. I am a meat eater. (Not a "that's what she said joke.")|
|The dough all crisped up and ready for toppings! I was getting excited at this point.|
|A bad picture of the finished product, but still tasty looking! Loaded with part skim mozzarella and about 2 ounces of beef on each side of the pizza.|
I do think I would cook it in the big over next time, or use less dough, so it is thinner and crispier throughout.
But even Justin said it was a lot better than he expected, so I'd say it's a win!
Do you think you might give this recipe a spin?