Greek Yogurt + Self-Rising Flour:
“Easy Pizza Dough”
The Second Edition of this award
winning book is now available on Amazon!
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The Culinary Saga
of new iCeland
reCipeS from The ShoreS of lake winnipeg
“...anyone with a drop of
or even anyone who
wishes they were Icelandic,
should own this book.”
-Agnes Bardal Comack,
This unique book includes
historical food articles from
the New Icelandic settlement
and comparative analysis of
Matreiðslubók, an Icelandic recipe journal written in the
early 1900s. There are also comments and tips from
recipe testers across North America and historical
overviews of the New Icelandic settlements and the
Lake Winnipeg fisheries.
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This is the easiest way to make pizza
dough, if you don’t want to wait for
yeast to rise! Makes a great thin crust.
Recipe + image by:
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DOWNSIZING & RELOCATION
1 cup of self-rising flour
1 cup plain Greek yogurt (may be fat free)
• Preheat oven to 425°F and grease a baking sheet.
• Mix the flour and yogurt in a stand mixer on low
speed, using the hook attachment, until a ball forms.
• Put dough on a floured surface and knead to form into
a ball, using a bit more flour if necessary.
• Roll the dough out to shape and move onto greased
• Add toppings and bake for 17-20 minutes until the
crust is golden brown.
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Silver & Gold Magazine ~ FALL 2020