Friday, May 23, 2014

Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Bread ~ Mini Pizzas ~ Version 4

Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Bread  ~ Mini Pizzas ~ Version 4:

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Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Bread  ~ Mini Pizzas ~ Version 4:

We love Brazilian Cheese Bread. I decided to turn them into Mini Pizzas.

In a small sauce pan add:
1 Cup Milk
1 stick of Butter (½ Cup)
Bring to a boil. Remove from the heat.

In a stand mixer add and mix together with the paddle:
2-1/2  Cups Bob's Red Mill Tapioca Starch ~ AKA: Tapioca Flour (Sometimes I add an additional ½ Cup of Tapioca Starch if the dough is to runny, its always best to start off using less then adding more later. I wait until after I add the Eggs to decided if the dough needs more starch. The video will show you the consistency)
1 tsp. Salt

Slowly add the Milk/Butter mixture to the Tapioca Flour,, start with the mixer on low speed,, scrape the bowl; then turn up to medium high for about 30 seconds.

Add any cheese of your choice:
Total of 1-½ cups of Cheese
I used  Parmesan, Romano and Asiago Mixture.
Mix until blended.

Let the dough cool off for about 10 minutes. (this is important because you will be adding eggs,, you do not want the eggs to cook in the dough)

Slowly add:
2 Eggs, Beaten
Mix until smooth. (This is when you check the consistency of the dough ~ add more Starch if needed; check video for consistency)

Tidbits: Sometimes I add extra Tapioca Flour/Starch after adding the eggs,, a lot depends on the Humidity in the air,,, if the batter is to thin,, add a little bit of extra Tapioca Flour/Starch and mix in thoroughly. I will scoop out one and if it runs together,,, I will add more Tapioca Flour/Starch,,, only a little bit at a time.

Using a Large Ice cream Scoop measure out the Batter on to Cookie Sheets that have been lined with Silpat Liners.
Bake in a 375* Preheated oven. For 20 Minutes

Remove from the cookie sheets and cool on a wire rack. You can make these earlier in the day and assemble them later on or assemble after they are baked.

To assemble the Mini Pizzas:
Place the Pizza Crust on Cookie Sheets (Without the Silpat liners)
Top with Pizza Sauce ~ Don't bring the Pizza sauce to the edge because there is not a crust.
Top with any toppings of your choice.
I used Cooked ground up Sausages. Top the Sauce with the Sausage or anything of your choice. Then sprinkle with a Pizza Cheese Blend. I used Mozzarella, Parmesan, Romano, Cheddar and Provolone.

Bake in a Preheated 375* oven for 8-10 Minutes. (You don't want to over cook them, the crust will get hard, the cheese will melt and get golden brown under the broiler, next step.)

Remove from the Oven, turn on the Broiler. Once the Broiler has been preheated ~ Broil your pizzas.

Broil for 1-2 Minutes keeping a close eye on the pizzas. Broil until; Golden Brown.
Cut the Pizza into serving size pieces!!


These Pizza's can be re-heated in a toaster oven the next day if there are any leftovers.


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