Homemade glutenfree sourdough pizza dough without kneading. A very quick and easy pizza recipe.

no knead glutenfree sourdough pizza

It’s always good to have a foolproof recipe for homemade pizza on hand that’s quick to prepare and doesn’t require you to waste a lot of time kneading. This recipe is perfect for improvising a pizza dinner in a pinch. If you want to make this gluten-free sourdough pizza without kneading, you’ll need a sourdough starter (preferably active).

If you’ve sourdough at home, you need to feed it with waste dough. This recipe is perfect for using that waste; or even if your sourdough is very large (i.e., your jar is bursting at the seams), you can use a large amount of sourdough in one recipe.

Don’t you know what sourdough is? Want to learn how to prepare it? Then check out this post

TIPS to make this glutenfree sourdough pizza

This glutenfree sourdough pizza can be made in no time at all


no knead glutenfree sourdough pizza
  1. Active sourdough starter
    To make your pizza delicious, don’t forget to feed your sourdough hours in advance so it’s 100% active.
  2. Grate your own cheese
    Cheese grated at home melts much better and easier than if you buy cheese already grated. You can also take the cheese you like best and grate it.
  3. Vegetables as topping
    Add some vegetables (cooked briefly) and sprinkle with fresh herbs like basil or oregano.
  4. Preheat your skillet To prevent the pizza dough from sticking to the cast iron skillet, preheat the pan with a little oil first. Once it’s very hot, add a little oil and spread it around. Then add the sourdough and spread a thin layer of oil on the dough; this will prevent it from drying o.

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How to prepare this no knead glutenfree sourdough pizza

All the ingredients to make this glutenfree pizza

If you want to prepare a no knead glutenfree pizza dough you’ll need a cup of sourdough starter. If you don’t have sourdough starter yet, check out my post and learn how to do it! Click here

To prepare this pizza you only need sourdough, oil and the toppings you want to prepare the pizza.

Oil. You can use mild olive oil, sunflower oil, avocado oil or extra virgin olive oil. Any oil will do.

Toppings for the pizza.

You can use almost any ingredient you’ve in the fridge, be it roasted vegetables, roasted peppers, carrots, zucchini, etc. You can use any veggies, but you’ll need to follow the appropriate baking time so that the veggies are cooked well done (or you can add them in ahead of time in another pan, lightly toasted). For toppings on my pizza, I used tomato sauce, some sweet ham, shredded cheese, and lactose-free cheese slices (I used lactose-free cheese, but you can use any cheese).

Sourdouugh starter

Sourdough is a natural leaven made from water and flour (about equal parts). Sourdough is used to make breads, doughs, cookies, cakes, pastries, etc. If your sourdough is active, you can avoid using chemical yeast or baking powder. Sourdough is usually made with wheat flour, but you can also make it gluten-free by using gluten-free flours. My gluten-free sourdough is made with a blend of white rice flour and brown rice flour. To make this pizza, you’ll need sourdough (preferably active, although that’s not mandatory, you can also use discarded leftover sourdough).

A cast iron skillet is essential for preparing this recipe. If you don’t have one, you can also use a baking sheet and special silicone baking paper. Check out my two sourdough pizza recipes without a cast iron pan:

Here are two recipes for which you don’t need a cast iron skillet:

Step by step of this no-knead glutenfree sourdough pizza

To prepare this pizza without kneading, you need to feed the sourdough for at least 4 hours before preparing the pizzas. To feed the sourdough, add about the same amount of flour and water to your sourdough and stir it. Let it rest in a warm place.

When the sourdough is fermented and active, you can use it for your pizza. If your house is cooler it may take a little longer for it to be active, if it’s warm it’ll take less time.

Pre-Heat your cast iron skillet

To do this, turn your oven on to 180ºC, grease your pan with oil and place it in the oven. After about 10-15 minutes, your pan will be hot and ready to cook your pizza. If you want, you can also heat the pan with the fire in your kitchen, but this isn’t so effective and the result isn’t the best, below you can see why.

Once the pan is so hot that you see smoke coming out and you run your hand over it (be careful not to touch the pan, it’s burning), you’ll notice that it’s hot. Add a little more oil to the pan and add a cup/cup of sourdough to the pan. Spread it well over the entire surface, including the edges of the pan. You’ll see that the pan is hot enough when the batter starts to cook slightly. Then drizzle a little oil over the dough and put the pan back in the oven.

Bake the pizza for about 10-12 minutes or until you see it starting to brown and cook. Take the pizza out of the oven and add the tomato sauce and whatever toppings you like. In my case, I added tomato sauce, sweet ham, sliced cheese and grated cheese with no lactose. Put the pizza back in the oven and bake for about 5 minutes or until you see that the cheese is browned.

Tip: Feed the sourdough for at least 4 hours before making the pizzas for best results and good taste.

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FAQ

Can I prepare a pizza if I don’t have a cast iron skillet?

If you don’t have a cast iron pan like this, you can make the recipe using a baking sheet and silicone paper. Here are two sourdough pizza recipes that you don’t need a cast iron pan for:

Is it possible to replace sourdough with another ingredient?

No, sourdough is the main and only ingredient for pizza dough.

Preheat the cast iron skillet well so that the pizza doesn’t stick.

Can I double the amount of sourdough per pizza?

For a cast iron pan with a diameter of 20 to 24 cm, one cup of sourdough is enough. If you put too much sourdough in the pan (for example, two cups), the dough will be much thicker and not crispy and will need more baking time (it might be raw in the middle if you don’t bake it long enough).

If you only have a cast iron pan, you can also make the pizza on a baking sheet with silicone paper.

Can the dough be frozen?

I don’t recommend it, it won’t look good; besides, this pizza dough is prepared very quickly (no kneading required).

Add whatever toppings you like and store in the fridge. You can add almost any ingredient

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Glutenfree Sourdough starter pizza crust

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes

Delicious glutenfree sourdough pizza crust

Ingredients

  • 1 cup sourdough starter (my sourdough is glutenfree, made with water and rice flour)
  • 4 tblsp olive oil
  • Grated cheese
  • Ham
  • Tomato sauce
  • Dried oregano
  • Salt pepper

Instructions

    1. To prepare this pizza without kneading, you need to feed the sourdough for at least 4 hours before preparing the pizzas. To feed the sourdough, add about the same amount of flour and water to your sourdough and stir it. Let it rest in a warm place.
    2. When the sourdough is fermented and active, you can use it for your pizza. If your house is cooler it may take a little longer for it to be active, if it’s warm it’ll take less time.
    3. Pre-Heat your cast iron skillet: To do this, turn your oven on to 180ºC, grease your pan with oil and place it in the oven. After about 10-15 minutes, your pan will be hot and ready to cook your pizza. If you want, you can also heat the pan with the fire in your kitchen, but this isn’t so effective and the result isn’t the best, below you can see why.
    4. Once the pan is so hot that you see smoke coming out and you run your hand over it (be careful not to touch the pan, it’s burning), you’ll notice that it’s hot. Add a little more oil to the pan and add a cup/cup of sourdough to the pan. Spread it well over the entire surface, including the edges of the pan. You’ll see that the pan is hot enough when the batter starts to cook slightly. Then drizzle a little oil over the dough and put the pan back in the oven.Bake the pizza for about 10-12 minutes or until you see it starting to brown and cook. Take the pizza out of the oven and add the tomato sauce and whatever toppings you like. In my case, I added tomato sauce, sweet ham, sliced cheese and grated cheese with no lactose. Put the pizza back in the oven and bake for about 5 minutes or until you see that the cheese is browned.

Notes

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