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You're about to learn how to make the best gluten-free pizza you've ever had. For Kelli and Peter Bronski, pizza is a passion. So when Peter was diagnosed with celiac disease, they set out on a mission—to master the art of gluten-free pizza-making themselves. With insights from the best pizzaioli from Naples to New York City and beyond—and more than a decade of gluten-free recipe experience—they tested over one thousand pies in pursuit of the perfect gluten-free pizza. Now, they deliver the spectacular result:
- Seventy-five recipes with all of the authentic flavor and texture of traditional pizza, but none of the gluten
- Every step of the process explained, from making the perfect flour blends to launching your pizza into the oven—and everything in between
- Fifteen (!) kinds of dough covering all the major pizza styles, including puffy Neapolitan, traditional New York, crispy Roman, buttery Chicago deep dish, and thick-crust Detroit and Sicilian pies
- Classic and creative flavor combinations, like Rustic Pepperoni, Thai Chicken, and Wild Mushroom
- Grain-free and nutrient-rich pizzas, like Pesto Farinata, Cauliflower and Zucchini Crusts, and Teff and Buckwheat Doughs
- Pizzas for every meal, like Chocolate-Hazelnut Dessert Pizza, Lox and Cream Cheese Breakfast Pizza
- Fried and filled pizzas, focaccia, and flatbreads, like Montanara Pizza, Calzones, Rosemary Focaccia, and Fig and Prosciutto Flatbread
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About the Author
Peter and Kelli Bronski are the husband-and-wife cofounders of the acclaimed blog No Gluten, No Problem and coauthors of the popular cookbooks Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking, Gluten-Free Family Favorites, and Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes. They’ve been developing recipes in their gluten-free kitchen since Peter’s celiac disease diagnosis in 2007; they have a particular passion for pizza, which their family makes every Sunday night. Kelli is a graduate of Cornell University’s prestigious School of Hotel Administration and a lifelong baker and cook. Peter is an award-winning writer and marketer, endurance athlete, and also the coauthor of The Gluten-Free Edge. They live in Colorado with their three children. For more information, please visit them online: nogluten-noproblem.com.
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No Gluten, No Problem Pizza: 75+ Recipes for Every Craving-from Thin Crust to Deep Dish, New York to Naples based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
This is a voluntary review of an advanced copy. I initially was interested in this book for a good pizza recipe as I am keeping wheat out of my diet by doing the Keto diet. This is such a great book for those that deal with celiac or with gluten issues - and I have a family that deals with those problems, but most of the grain options are not what I can use so was a bit sad to realize that. I really would have loved to try these different pizzas but did not as to get the best results, you need the proper equipment and I just didn't see myself following through with making my own pizzas enough to make purchasing the new pizza equipment worth it. But, if you don't have a choice and you want to eat good pizza, this book goes step by step through what equipment you need and how to bake at the correct temperatures, what ingredients are necessary for each recipe and even a graph that shows more details of each recipe! I loved that this couple had a passion for finding great pizza options for those that need gluten free pizza that they would travel around and search for the golden grail of pizza! Then, to share that knowledge - thank you!
For many years, I have successfully replicated my Italian grandmother’s pizza recipe. However, after I chose to eliminate gluten from my diet for health reasons, it became harder to find recipes for a good tasting pizza. No Gluten, No Problem Pizza offered a smorgasbord of recipes and crust choices accompanied by mouth watering photographs. The authors provided thorough explanations for choosing ingredients such as flour, cheese, tomatoes, and oil. They also included a section on pizza making tools, and of course, the very detailed 75 plus recipes. I especially liked the section on Techniques: Special Tricks of the Gluten-Free Trade, and hopefully some of the problems I had with the flour’s stickiness will be eliminated now. So after reading this book, I am once again hopeful- and also inspired- to create pizzas that would have met with my grandmother’s approval. If you enjoy making your own pizza and need some gluten free options, then this book might fit your needs with their many different types of pizza to win over even the fussiest pizza fans.
Frozen and fast casual gluten-free pizza is always thin as a cracker and rather flavorless. But in the No Gluten, No Problem Pizza cookbook, the authors provide a plethora of pizza options including Chicago Deep Dish and New York-style pizzas. Variety is no problem. For you thin crust fans, there are four variations on roman cracker dough and four more on tavern dough, which is less crunchy but still thin. There are grilled, filled, flatbread, focaccia, breakfast, buckwheat, cauliflower, zucchini, dessert, and California-style pizzas too. For several of the doughs, there is a long (50-hour) rise version and a fast one too. All the recipes have full-color photographs. There is no nutritional information but if you are eating pizza you probably don’t want it anyway. The recipes sound and look delicious. The authors took many of the recipes directly home from Italy so you know they are authentic. My only issue with the book was the difficulty in sourcing the flours and other ingredients for the doughs. They weren’t in either of my two local markets. Surprisingly, they weren’t even available through Thrive Market. They did have them in Amazon—but they were pricey. However, as long as you make the recipes a few times, it would be about the cost of three or four delivered pizzas (and sure to taste much better). One of the foods I miss the most are my delicious gluten-full and cheese stuffed calzones. With No Gluten, No Problem Pizza in hand, I can have that experience again. Highly recommended for gluten-free people looking to expand their pizza choices. 4 stars! Thanks to The Experiment and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.