Polenta is made with either coarsely, medium or finely ground dried yellow or white cornmeal (ground maize), depending on the region and the texture desired. As it is known today, polenta derives from earlier forms of grain mush (known as puls or pulmentum in Latin or more commonly as gruel or porridge) commonly eaten in Roman times and after. Early forms of polenta were made with such starches as the grain farro and chestnut flour, both of which are still used in small quantity today. When boiled, polenta has smooth creamy textures, caused by the presence of starch molecules dissolved into the water.(wikipedia)This recipe makes 2 medium sized round pizza base.
1 cup fine polenta
1 1/4 cup liquid chicken stock
1/2 cup of finely chopped fresh oregano/thyme
2 tsp sea salt
Boil stock in a small saucepan till it bubbles furiously. Add herbs, salt and add polenta in a thin stream; whisking continuously with a balloon whisk. Cook till mixture resembles a thick, smooth mush.
Splat it out onto a greased tray or a silicone baking mat if you have one.
Spread it out into a fairly thin circle (depending on how thick you want your base). Leave the base to hardened for about 30-40 minutes. Preheat your grill in the meantime. When it's fairly solid, top the base with pizza toppings of your choice, add delicious mozzarella and shove the tray under the 180 degree grill for 10-15 minutes or until cheese is melted and polenta sides are crisp.