Best Socca Pizza with Summer Squash and Feta

Best Socca Pizza with Summer Squash and Feta

 Summer is a wonderful season for creating, though it is often awfully hot outside. During this period time, I tend to make something new in my lovely kitchen. Once I made the Socca pizza I show you here, I totally surprised at that time. What is Socca pizza? You may confuse because last time I don’t talk too much about this delicious fabulous pizza. Socca pizza is a kind fo simple food with no eggs needed, just water, olive oil, herbsandchickpea flourincluded. Mix, and let batter sit, then bake it in a pan.Apparently it’s a popular street food in Nice, France. In Nice,people use to sprinkle it heavily with freshly ground black pepper and serve it with cold glasses of rosé. The recipe here I share with you must beone of the best Cast iron PIZZA recipes. It is a simple and delicious, gluten-free chickpea crust pizza and it goes good with beer. So here are the steps about how to make this delicious Socca Pizza with Summer Squash and Feta.


Delicious Socca Pizza with Summer Squash and Feta


Socca pizza crust

1 cup chickpea flour

1 cup water

¼ teaspoon sea salt

¼ cup olive oil (divided)

2 garlic cloves (pressed or minced)

Pizza toppings

¼ cup crumbled feta

½ cup shredded mozzarella

1 small zucchini or yellow squash (ribboned with a vegetable peeler or julienne peeler and tossed lightly in olive oil)

5 pitted Kalamata olives (sliced in half lengthwise)

Small handful sun-dried tomatoes (halved)

1 small sprig fresh thyme (optional)


  1. Whisk together the chickpea flour, water, 2 tablespoons of the olive oil, garlic and salt in a bowl. Let the mixture rest for 1 hourat room temperature.
  2. Turn on the broiler with a rack positioned 8 inches from heat. Place a 10-inchCast iron skilletin the oven to preheat. When the pan is hot, carefully remove it from the oven andpour in 1 tablespoon olive oil and let the oil cover evenly the bottom of the pan. Pour in the chickpea batter and return the skillet to the broiler and cook for about 6 minutes until the Socca is set and the edges are browning and pulling away from the sides of the pan,remove the skilletfrom oven, turn off broiler and turn oven to 425℉.
  3. Spreadthe remaining olive oil on top of the Socca. Top the Socca with mozzarella, then place the ribbonedsquash on top. Sprinkle olives and sun-dried halved tomatoes on top, finally sprinkle feta over the pizza.
  4. Return the skillet to the oven and bake for 10 minutesuntil the cheese is melted into a light brown color and the Socca is crisp.
  5. Remove from oven and sprinkle fresh thyme on top. Let the pizza cool for 2 minutes and slice itbefore serving.


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It looks stunning once it is baked well and you remove it from the oven, let alone the smell. I bet you cannot wait it cooling well and chewing it in an incredible speed. This must be the best treatment when matching with a cup of beer. You can add any pizza toppings youd like! Be sure to allow an hour for the chickpea flour to soak up water. The rest comes together quickly. You can also get your kids involved and experimented with new ingredients as they top the pizzas with a variety of flavors and textures. I want to say that there are some ingredients in this special pizza recipe, and these ingredients may not very easy to find in kitchen. But you can go shopping before make this tasty Socca pizza. You can buy chickpea flour at natural food stores or at Middle Eastern stores. And for the chickpea flour, it is also called besan flour, gram flour or garbanzo bean flour. Its vegan friendly, grain free, and so versatile.

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