Oh Yea, AIP Nomato Meatza

A crust made from meat is such an amazing idea we had to give it a try, and boy was it good. I saw some online where they flattened out the meat with a rolling pin to the point it was more cracker-like when finished. It’s all up to you. We’re also giving you an easy recipe for a cheese replacement. We formed our “crust” to be more like a traditional pizza with an edge so  you could load it up with sauce and toppings. Make sure to keep some POTG Nomato Sauce on hand, then the next time you are in the mood for pizza you can make your own meatza. What would you put on top?

AIP Nomato Meatza
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  1. 2 cups coconut milk
  2. 4 T. gelatin
  3. 2 T. nutritional yeast
  4. ½ t. garlic powder
  5. ½ t. salt
  6. Place coconut milk in a saucepan, heat gently.
  7. Sprinkle gelatin over top and whisk in to dissolve
  8. Add remaining ingredients and whisk to combine.
  9. Pour into a plastic wrap lined container and chill to firm up for about 3 hours.
  1. 1# ground grass fed pork
  2. 2 t. granulated onion
  3. 2 t. minced garlic
  4. 2 t. fresh chopped parsley
  5. 2 t. sea salt
  6. 2 t. dry oregano
  1. POTG Nomato Sauce
  2. AIP Cheese (Above)
  3. Sliced mushrooms
  4. Red onion, sliced very thin
  5. Chopped fresh spinach
  1. Preheat oven to 425.
  2. Combine ground pork, granulated onion, salt, parsley and garlic in a small bowl.
  3. Place the mixture on a piece of parchment paper and press down to flatten in a circle.
  4. Keep flattening with hands and spreading the meat out until 1/4” thick.
  5. Pinch edges of rolled out meat to form a rolled edge crust if desired.
  6. Place crust in a 425 oven for 15 minutes until fully cooked.
  7. Remove from oven and dry fat and juices off crust with a paper towel.
  8. Carefully transfer crust with a spatula to a clean parchment lined tray and top with POTG Nomato Sauce if using, sliced mushrooms, sliced onions, chopped spinach and AIP Cheese if using, and return to oven for 8 minutes until vegetables are cooked and cheese melted.
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