tortilla pepper pizza

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Tortilla pepper pizza.
Pizza is great comfort food and I think we all love it. I sometimes make those 'fake' pizzas out of tortillas when I want to eat something quickly without all the hassle of making the dough, and so I thought I will share with you how I make it.

You can of course skip the cheese-making process and just use a store-bought vegan cheese or skip it altogether, but I wanted to show you a homemade option. This cheese sauce is based on the recipe I made some time ago for Mac and cheese, make sure you have a look if you like cheese like dishes. Another great recipe is Nachos with Cheese Sauce.

tortilla pepper pizza

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Makes: 4 tortilla pizzas                 Time: 20 min



4 (about ø 22 cm/8.6 Inch each) wholegrain tortillas

Cheese Sauce*:
400 ml (1 cup) oat creamer
50 g (¾ cup) nutritional yeast
18 g (2 Tbsp) arrowroot powder/tapioca flour/corn starch
9 g (1 Tbsp) onion powder
4 ½ (1 ½ tsp) garlic powder
3-6 g (½-1 tsp) salt
a pinch of turmeric powder

Tomato sauce:
270 g (1 cup) tomato paste
15 ml (1 Tbsp) olive oil**
4 g (5 tsp) dried oregano

140 g (½ cup)
roasted red peppers
80 g (12 medium sized)
pickled green pepperoni


1. To make sure you can make the pizza quickly, prepare all of the cheese ingredients, tortillas, a pan, and a small saucepan.

2. Place all of the ingredients for the cheese sauce in a saucepan and mix well with the whisker. Make sure all of the ingredients are well combined. Bring to the boil and let it cook on medium heat mixing constantly to ensure it does not burn. You want it to thicken.

3. While the sauce is cooking heat up the pan and place tortilla on. After a few minutes (when the bottom is golden brown) turn it upside down and let it cook for another few minutes. The tortilla should be stiff. Repeat with the rest of the tortillas.

4. When the cheese sauce is thick but pourable, take it off the heat.

5. Mix all of the ingredients for the tomato sauce.

6. Preheat the oven 200°C/392°F (conventional settings).

7. Place the tortillas on a baking tray lined with baking paper and spread the tomato sauce on each of them. Then pour the cheese sauce and spread it gently around.

8. Chop the roasted red peppers and place them on the pizza with green pickled pepperoni (you can chop them or place them whole - just make sure you do not eat ends).

9. Place the pizzas in the oven (middle rack) and bake for 5 minutes. Enjoy!

Notes and tips:

* To make things even faster you can use store bought vegan cheese or skip it altogether. Another option is to make a cashew cheese:
140 g (about ½ cup) cashew butter
45 ml (3 Tbsp) lemon juice
35 g (½ cup) nutritional yeast
6 g (2 tsp) garlic powder
a pinch of turmeric
some salt to taste
Mix altogether and add some water if needed for the good consistency.

** You can skip the olive oil. It adds richness to the sauce but it is not crucial.





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