This pizza is not the real thing - obviously. But it's good - not so obviously. Asking cauliflower to taste or behave like flour is kind of ridiculous, so obviously we get a totally different texture and taste, but it´s a great way to get massive amounts of this veggie in and also have "pizza".
I did it once with the actual recipe I found circulating on pinterest and it was bland, so I modified it a bit and it fit my taste better. I highly recommend that you adjust the cheese (type and amount) to your taste, but I wouldn't recommend more than 1.5 cup cheese for every 1 cup cauliflower.
2 cup cooked, riced cauliflower*
2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
2/3 cup shredded parmesan cheese (I used store bought)
3 tsp dried oregano
1 tsp salt
2 tsp curry
pizza sauce, shredded cheese and toppings
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a cookie sheet.
In a bowl, stir together cauliflower, cheeses, eggs and spices. This "dough" is very moist. Transfer to the cookie sheet and pat into a 9 inch circle.
Bake for 15 min or until golden. Remove from heat.
Add sauce, toppings and cheese (I added 1 more cup of mozzarella). Place back in the over under a broiler until cheese is melted. Approximately 10 min.
* Riced cauliflower is simple: Take 1 large cauliflower, remove stems and leaves and chop the florets. Add to a food processor and process until it looks like grain. This takes me about 30 seconds processing, and don't over process or it will become a puree. Place the riced cauliflower in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 6-8 minutes. Don't add water - the natural moisture is enough to cook the cauliflower. 1 large cauliflower yields approximately 3 cups of cooked, riced cauliflower. I've read that steaming the entire cauliflower and then processing it (if you don't have or use a microwave) works, even though it will become pureed when processed. I haven't tried that.
** Since the pizza only goes back into the oven to melt the cheese, all your toppings (for example, chicken) must be cooked before this step.