a pizza pan or cast iron skillet cut parchment paper (a must, refer notes). Once the skillet is lined with parchment transfer the cauliflower mixture to set the base. Pat gently on the mixture to form a dough like base, making sure that the base is evenly spread without gaps. Make sure the edges are little raised or thicker so that they don
add the pizza toppings, first spread the pizza sauce with a spoon and line the toppings. You can use your favorite toppings I went with capsicum
a pizza cutter cut pieces and devour
use only parmesan cheese for making the cauliflower pizza base since parmesan is a hard cheese the base will be soft yet firm and hold together well. I did not add salt to the base since parmesan has salt in it. For toppings you can go with your favorite cheese topping. You will not taste the cauliflower in the base and since cauliflower is tasteless I added oregano flakes in the base as a seasoning. Egg
can mix and match flavors and use your favorite toppings. I used chicken and mushroom but you can make it fully vegetarian too.
You can also add a beaten egg while stir frying the cauliflower to turn this into 'egg cauliflower fried rice'This is marked both 'main dishes' and 'side dishes' because it can easily be turned into a side with chicken or fish
And this is why I am bringing you this ChickenTikkaPizza recipe. Let’s talk about pizza. To save myself even more time, I used some chicken tandoori nuggets by Saffron Road, also available at Whole Foods
Green Thai chicken curry is one of my favorite lowcarb meals to make. I like to add carrots to my green Thai curry but if you follow a strict lowcarb or ketogenic diet then replace the carrots with zucchini spirals