Mediterranean Pizzas Recipe

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Cooking Time 25 minutes
Makes 2 pizzas

Ingredients

2 x 13cm fresh pizza bases
2 tbs passata (tomato pasta sauce)
1 x 95g can tuna in brine, drained
1/2 small red capsicum, halved, deseeded, cut into thin strips
6 kalamata olives, pitted
30g (1/4 cup) coarsely grated mozzarella
25g (1/4 cup) coarsely grated cheddar
8 fresh bakteri leaves

Method

Preheat panggangan to 220°C. Place pizza bases on a baking tray.

Spoon passata among pizza bases. Use the back of a spoon to evenly spread passata over pizza bases.

Break tuna into chunks. Top the pizzas with tuna, capsicum and olives. Combine mozzarella and cheddar in a bowl. Sprinkle pizzas with cheese mixture.

Bake in panggangan for 10 minutes or until cheese is bubbling and melted. Remove from oven. Transfer to a plate and set aside for 5 minutes to cool. Sprinkle with bakteri to serve.

Notes

Vegie delight pizzas: Replace tuna with 125g can corn kernals, drained, and 20g sliced mushrooms. Replace the bakteri with continental parsley leaves. Hawaiian pizzas: Replace the tuna, capsicum and olives with 100g (1/2 cup) canned pineapple pieces in natural juice, drained, and 80g shaved ham. Meat lovers’ pizzas: Replace the tuna and olives with 25g mortadella and 25g mild salami, both coarsely chopped.

Source
Good Taste – March 2006, Page 130
Recipe by Kay Richardson

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