pizza: Fire and Slice
"Holy sh*t that was hot!" - A few peeps who couldn't handle the heat
- some tablespoons of canned crushed tomatoes
- basil pesto
- crushed garlic
- zucchini (thinly sliced)
- green bell pepper (thinly sliced)
- fresh hot chili (thinly sliced)
- avocado (cubed)
- parmesan (grated)
- cherry tomatoes (halved)
- fresh rocket (arugula)
- black pepper
Pre-heat oven to 400 F/200 C.
While oven is heating, chop all veggies.
Pre-toast tortilla in the oven so it's crispayy.
Add a couple dollops of tomato sauce, a dollop of pesto and a dollop of crushed garlic to the tortilla. Mix and spread around so it gets all the way to the edges.
Tip: You want to cover the full tortilla, but don't pile on too much sauce or it'll be soggy - yuck!
Add the cheese. (We all love cheese, but again, not too much.)
Scatter the rest of the toppings, saving the fresh rocket for after cooking.
Tip: I wouldn't add salt as the parmesan cheese is already salty.
Bake at 400 F/200 C for 8-10 min.
Cut into 6 pieces and dive in - careful though, this one packs some heat! 🔥
Note: The level of heat for this recipe really depends on how hot your chilis are.
green bell pepper > any other kind of bell pepper
zucchini > any other kind of squash
Take it to the next level
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