You can decide.
I made a pizza crust recipe yesterday. But instead of eating it with toppings like a pizza, we just ate the baked crust dipped in balsamic vinegar and olive oil – a complete throwback to the days of warm focaccia bread at a restaurant. So, I was thrilled with our mock-focaccia, eventho it wasn’t quite the same texture the flavor was amazing!
I am going to copy and paste the pizza crust recipe. I found it here, and am so glad I stumbled across Karina’s blog! I basically followed it to a tee but added garlic powder to the dough too, just because I love garlic.
Note (2013/04/13): I used to have the recipe copied below all the way back from 2009 but that was from before I actually took food blogging seriously and used this site to curate recipes for my travels abroad. Now that I have had my recipes copied without much credit given I cannot in good conscience keep the recipe here.
Please do hop on over to The Gluten Free Goddess to enjoy her recipe for pizza dough and flour mix.
For us, we really enjoyed the mock-focaccia bread. I know I’d love this with a warm vegan pesto and fresh sliced tomatoes drizzled with olive oil and balsamic – for a fresca margherita style pizza.
I served this last night with an awesome rustic vegetable pasta sauce. I will post the recipe I came up with here later today if I have time. I also didn’t take pictures. I am a terrible food blogger.