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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Quick and Easy Pizza Snack

Preheat oven to 210C (200C if fan forced) Temp conversion link

  • Place a 'bread wrap' round on a wire rack,
  • Smear it with a good dollop of tomato pizza-base sauce
  • Sprinkle some shredded parmesan cheese over the sauce
  • Slice up a small white salad onion and liberally scatter onion rings over the cheese
  • Squeeze some Avocado paste on the onion
  • Add some chopped fresh mushroom
  • Add the meat of your choice - ham, sausage, shredded bacon, etc
  • Give it another good sprinkle of shredded parmesan cheese and pop the wire rack in your in your oven.
(If yo are worried about melting cheese fouling your oven, sit the wire rack inside a biscuit tray!)

Cook for 10 to 15 minutes - when the edge of the bread wrap begins to toast and the cheese has melted into the topping it is "Done"!
Remove from the oven and slide onto a cutting board and slice it up with a pizza slicer.
Eat and enjoy - nice with a glass of soft, rich, red wine.

That's a topping I like but you can use any topping variations you like. makes a really nice and easy 'Snack meal' when you are not in the mood to do the whole cooking thing!

5 comments:

Jo said...

We have been making pizzas like this on Friday nights. Lebanese bread with ham and pineapple for the small boy and fetta and proscuito for us - mmmmm.

Sharon said...

Don't you just love these? I have been doing this for a long time, my youngest didn't want to eat anything besides pizza and burgers for a long time, LOL!

JohnD said...

Jo and Sharon - Yes I do love pizza made this way and do not pretend to lay claim to any 'discovery' here. I believe that using a bread wrap is much more healthier than using those prepared pizza bases you can buy in the shop and much cheaper in the bargain. I also like the freedom offered in either choosing my toppings, or, merely using up 'left-overs' in the pantry!

John Gray said...

hope your bladder has tightened up now!

Gill - That British Woman said...

that sounds yummy, and as I just made tomato/spaghetti sauce yesterday another way of using it up.....

Gill