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    Have a look here toots! It's mouth watering!
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    With chicken? Really? I can't imagine it - have you tried it, does it have the mouth feel of pizza? Did you call me toots? LOL

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    Can you buy minced chicken, I don't think I've ever seen it?

    And how would you cook it, just fry it up in a pan, then flatten it???

    Don't want to buy a mincer - but may have to for the perfect pizza

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soraya View Post
    With chicken? Really? I can't imagine it - have you tried it, does it have the mouth feel of pizza? Did you call me toots? LOL
    Sorry toots to me is a nice term, not derogatory hope you don't mind xx

    Not made it but plan to tonight. Mmmmm I may add some flax meal in just to give it a bit of bite, if you know what I mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by ladyfelsham View Post
    Can you buy minced chicken, I don't think I've ever seen it?

    And how would you cook it, just fry it up in a pan, then flatten it???

    Don't want to buy a mincer - but may have to for the perfect pizza

    Thanks to all for posting these wicked ideas, by the way, there may be hope of keeping me on the wagon
    The recipe seems to call for it to be cooked in two stages, I don't have a mincer but think I will just pulse it in the processor a bit till it looks right.....I'm quite excited.

    I'll take pics of it and post them for you all xx
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    I use cooked chicken fillets once they are cooled i mince/pulse them in my mini food processor.

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    Honda - it was funny, the toots made me laugh.

    The pizza looks real in the pictures but chicken in pizza dough seems strange. Now have 3 recipes to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soraya View Post
    Honda - it was funny, the toots made me laugh.

    The pizza looks real in the pictures but chicken in pizza dough seems strange. Now have 3 recipes to try.
    oh good well I do, toots, chic, chicky, love, honey and of course peeps
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    You missed hen & petal

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    Not sure whether anyone else is as pizza obsessed as me, but this has a comparison of the cauli and the flax bases.

    http://flowcarber.com/2012/02/3-pizza-crusts-part-1/
    Last edited by Soraya : 17th February, 2012 at 09:45 PM Reason: forgot to add the link -doh!

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    I made it! I'll post pics in the morning for you xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soraya View Post
    You missed hen & petal
    If you want to go international, there's possum, chica and cobber

    Love the sound of the cauli one, going to make that tonight!
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    Good news on the pizza sauce, Tesco value range does a pasta sauce and it's only 2.8g carbs per 100!
    It has citric acid in it, but you would only use a little amount I would imagine
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    Good to know about the pasta sauce - I'll pick one up next time. Strange thing about te value range it's often better for my DH who's gluten free as they tend to keep things simple/cheap and not add too many high carb ingredients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyfelsham View Post
    Good news on the pizza sauce, Tesco value range does a pasta sauce and it's only 2.8g carbs per 100!
    It has citric acid in it, but you would only use a little amount I would imagine
    I looked at just about every jar of pasta sauce yesterday in tesco looking for a low carb one. I didn't pick the value one up as i said to myself 'nah, thats bound to be full of carbs'

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