Rawsome Raw Pizza- Best EVER!
3 cups sprouted buckwheat* (about 2 cups dry)
¼ cup sunflower seeds
¼ cup hemp seeds
2 tbsp agave nectar
2 cups veggies- zucchini works well- salt it and wipe dry, red capsicum, or you can use pulp of other veggies from the juicer.
½ cup sundried tomatoes (soaked for 1 hour in 2 cups water)
6 tablespoons olive oil
1.5 cups water (use the tomato soaking liquid)
2 cloves garlic
1 tsp salt
½ cup nutritional yeast
1 ½ cups flax meal
Herbs and spices
you can mix and match these to get your favourite combination!
½ tsp rosemary
½ tsp sage
pinch black pepper
fresh italian parsley
cheats version- 1tbsp blended italian herbs
you can also add fresh herbs, just have a play!
Mix everything but the flax meal in a food processor. pour into a large bowl and add the flax meal by hand. Shape as desired on dehydrator sheets, around 2-3cm thick. dehydrate for around 10 hours. When it has a slight crust, slide onto the mesh trays for another 6 hours or so until the whole outside is quite firm but the centre is soft.
Buckwheat is the easiest thing in the world to sprout—you just need a jar with a mesh lid, or a juicing bag. soak them overnight, then rinse them 2-3 times a day for 2 days- as soon as little tails appear (sometimes within 24 hours) they are good to go.
take one pizza base and...
- cover base with tomato chilli jam
- fresh basil
- dollop of classic cheese
- sunflower seeds
- cover base with fresh pesto
- finely chopped fennel ( wilted prior in the dehydrator with some olive oil and salt)
- ¼ of a preserved lemon
- olive oil
- cover base with mushroom truffle pate
- mushrooms- marinated for a couple of hours in tamari or shoyu, garlic, olive oil and salt- just enough to coat them all. about 1 cup of fresh mushrooms will be plenty for one person.
- dollop of tree nut cheese
- a few diced fresh tomatoes
- fresh parsley
- pine nut parmesan
- cover base with green olive tapenade
- add finely chopped capsicum
- a little jalapeno
- finely sliced red onion (you can caramelize them first in the dehydrator with a little lemon juice, salt and agave for around 5 hours)
- chopped olives
- greens of your choice
- pine nut parmesan