I tried a quinoa pizza crust, and I think I made a few mistakes. I'm not sure if my homemade quinoa flour was too coarse, or if I made the batter too thick, or the pan was all wrong, or if I didn't cook it long enough, or I didn't cook it in enough oil—or all of the above. Whatever the problem was, I couldn't eat much of it.
And yet…sitting atop the disaster was a pile of yummy pizza toppings, so I scraped those off and was still happy. I mean, crust can be pretty tasty, but ultimately it's just there to hold up the good stuff.
I still have a head of cauliflower, so maybe I'll try that version tomorrow. And if that doesn't work, I also have some leftover quinoa flour to use for a third try.
I really don't see a downside to experimenting with pizza.