Potato-Based Pizza Recipe

Describe a pizza made with potatoes.

A potato-based pizza substitutes mashed or thinly sliced potatoes for the foundation or crust in place of conventional flour dough. For those on gluten-free diets or to give your pizza a new taste and texture, this substitute works well.

2. What goes into a pizza made with potatoes?

What you’ll need for a simple potato crust are potatoes, oil, and salt. Typical pizza toppings include cheese, veggies, meats, and tomato sauce.

How can I get the potatoes ready for the crust?

If using sliced potatoes, place them overlapped in a skillet that has been oiled. Cooked mashed potatoes should be combined with an egg and some cheese for binding, then put onto a skillet that has been oiled.

4. Which potato kind makes the greatest pizza base?

The best potatoes for a crispy finish are starchy ones like russets; waxy potatoes like Yukon Golds might provide a creamier texture.

5. How long does it take a pizza using potatoes as the base?

The answer is that in an oven set to 425°F (220°C), it usually takes 20–25 minutes. Give the toppings and cheese another five to ten minutes to cook if you precooked the potato foundation.

6. Can I veganise this pizza?

In a word, yes! Use vegan cheese and toppings, then bind potatoes for a mashed potato crust using a vegan substitute for egg, such as flaxseed meal combined with water.

Absolutely! Let’s prepare a delicious and very simple meal that resembles pizza but utilizes potatoes instead. Potatoes, flour, yogurt, cheese, and a few vegetables are all you really need. Making something tasty without going over budget is enjoyable. Furthermore, you won’t have to spend the whole day in the kitchen since it’s really easy. Getting right to preparing this delicious potato pizza!



  • Three big potatoes are among the ingredients.
  • One hundred grammes or 3/4 cup, flour
  • 125 millilitres of plain yogurt or half a cup plus one spoonful.
  • 1 1/2 cups 150 g shredded cheese (use whatever kind you choose; mozzarella is excellent for a pizza-like texture)
  • Thickly slice two tomatoes.
  • Eggs two
  • Cut one pepper into strips bell peppers of any color work well.
  • One peeled and grated carrot
  • Chop one onion.
  • A stream of extra virgin olive oil
  • Only enough finely chopped parsley to garnish
  • Aromatic herbs to taste such basil, oregano, or Italian seasoning
  • Taste-tested salt and pepper


  • Make the Potatoes: Grating and peeling the potatoes should come first. To guarantee a crispy foundation, then press out as much moisture as you can from the shredded potatoes. It works really well to use a clean tea towel for this.
  • Compose the Foundation. Combine the grated potatoes, flour, eggs and a little salt and pepper in a big basin. Your pizza will be built around this concoction.
  • Form and bake the base: First preheat your oven to 400°F (200°C). Spread the potato mixture into a round, about 1/2-inch-thick pizza shape on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Turn brown and crispy after 20 to 25 minutes in the preheated oven.
  • Get Toppings Ready. As the foundation bakes, spend some time getting your toppings ready. For the purpose of helping your toppings stick to the foundation, combine the shredded cheese with plain yogurt. Get your veggies ready as directed as well.
  • Putting together the pizza Take the base out of the oven and top with the cheese and yogurt mixture. Next, layer on top the chopped onion, shredded carrot, tomato slices, and pepper strips. Olive oil drizzled over, then pepper, salt, and fragrant herbs added.
  • Finished Baking Once again, place the pizza in the oven and bake for a further ten to fifteen minutes, or until the cheese is bubbling and melted and the vegetable edges are just beginning to sear.
  • Sliced parsley should be sprinkled over the cooked pizza before serving. Savour this meal as soon as it comes out of the oven for the best experience.

Take pleasure in your healthy pizza made with potatoes! Along with being inexpensive and simple, this dish may be adjusted to fit whatever is in your refrigerator. Please feel free to alter this recipe as you see fit by adding or removing veggies.