Pizza Margherita With Spelt Flour | Thermomix Recipe

Homemade Pizza Margherita – as delicious as from the Italian, only in a slightly healthier version! This recipe is probably one of my favorite, because I love pizza, especially pizza Margherita.

However, the pizzas from the delivery service or in restaurants are often very greasy – sometimes they are already dripping with fat. And frozen pizzas are absolutely not an option for me either. Not only because they are highly industrially processed and represent the opposite of healthy, but also because they simply don’t taste good to me at all.

Therefore, it is once again: tackle yourself! Because homemade still tastes best!

What Ingredients Do I Need for the Pizza Margherita?

The ingredient list is quite manageable and actually consists almost only of basic foods.

For my pizza I used spelt flour. With it the pizza succeeds just as well as with the usual wheat flour, tastes to me personally also just as well and has clearly more health advantages than wheat flour.

Water, salt and yeast will probably have most at home. Also the tomato sauce is kept very simple: strained tomatoes plus spices equal super easy! Add some grated cheese and you have all the ingredients for the perfect pizza Margherita together.

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Of course, you can also replace the grated cheese with vegan cheese. I have also tried this variant more often. However, I must admit that the variant with the grated cow cheese tastes much better to me.

Probably I just have not yet found the perfect vegan cheese. If you have any tips for me, feel free to share them with me!

The guide to the perfect pizza Margherita:

  1. Add spelt flour, salt, yeast and water to Thermomix and knead at 3 minutes/dough mode.
  2. Transfer from the Thermomix into a bowl and let rise for 1 hour at room temperature.
  3. Then preheat the oven to ~ 430 °F (220 °C).
  4. Knead the dough well with clean hands and then roll it out.
  5. For the tomato sauce, add the strained tomatoes with salt, a little pepper and oregano.
  6. in the Thermomix and mix for 10 seconds/ speed 3. Then pour onto the rolled out pastry.
  7. Then cover with cheese and put in the oven!
  8. Bake for about 7 minutes at ~ 430 °F (220 °C). Check if the cheese has melted. This can always vary slightly from oven to oven.

The Pizza Margherita is

  • very simple
  • very tasty
  • the perfect alternative to frozen pizza
  • a healthier alternative to pizza with wheat flour

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Pizza Margherita With Spelt Flour | Thermomix Recipe

Homemade Pizza Margherita – as delicious as from the Italian, only in the slightly healthier version!
Print Recipe
Prep Time 1 hr 10 mins
Baking Time 7 mins
Total Time 1 hr 17 mins
Servings 1 Pizza

Ingredients
 

For the dough

  • 6 oz. spelt flour 170 g
  • 3.4 fl. oz. water 100 ml
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 0.2 oz. yeast 5 g

For the tomato sauce

  • 4.6 oz. strained tomatoes 130 g
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • pinch of pepper
  • 1/2 tsp. oregano

Other

  • 9.5 oz. grated cheese 270 g

Instructions

  • Add spelt flour, salt, yeast and water to Thermomix and knead at 3 minutes/dough mode.
  • Transfer from the Thermomix into a bowl and let rise for 1 hour at room temperature.
  • Then preheat the oven to ~ 430 °F (220 °C).
  • Knead the dough well with clean hands and then roll it out.
  • For the tomato sauce, add the strained tomatoes with salt, a little pepper and oregano in the Thermomix and mix for 10 seconds/ speed 3. Then pour onto the rolled out pastry.
  • Then cover with cheese and put in the oven!
  • Bake for about 7 minutes at ~ 430 °F (220 °C). Check if the cheese has melted. This can always vary slightly from oven to oven.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 774
Carbs 63.8
Protein 41.8
Fat 36.3
Category Main Dishes
Tags egg-free, vegetarian

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