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Pepperoni Tortilla Pizza for 2

May 17, 2018

This was a really quick and easy pizza for a holiday eve. I have come to the point in life where going out for dinner on holiday eve is more bother than pampering, and this was Mother’s Day weekend. I can only imagine that madness in the local eateries.

So I was searching through the fridge and, voila; I found all of the fittings for a pizza, but I am far too lazy to make a crust. It was just one of those days. And, I had sort of promised to someone a pizza several days earlier so I had to get at it. What do you do when you have no readymade crust in the fridge and you are not in the mood to make a crust? Tortillas!!! A lazy girls new BF.

Here are my ingredients and methods. You can change up the ingredients to suite your taste. If you feel like it, make you own sauce. You will also notice most of the ingredients in this recipe are not giving an amount. This is a do what you want to pizza. I used lots of cheese and just poured the sauce on until it looked right.


• 1/2 cup Prego Farmer’s Market Roasted Garlic (maybe a little more sauce)
• 10 cherry tomatoes, sliced in halves
• 1 large flour tortilla (8-inch or larger)
• Thinly sliced pepperoni
• 1 small green pepper, chopped/sliced (about 1/2 cup)
• Shredded provolone cheese
• Black olives sliced into thirds
• Thinly sliced onion
• Sliced mushroom
• 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano leaves, crushed
• Garlic powder
• Salt and pepper
• Pepper flakes (opt)


How to Make It

Step 1
You will need a super-hot oven for this one. After the pizza is prepared. I heat the oven to 400°F.
Step 2
I used a large pizza pan but you can also place the tortilla onto baking sheets. Spread the sauce mixture onto the tortilla not too close to the edge.

Top the sauce with half of the cheese, then place the pepperoni, the sliced veggies (as much as you like) over the cheese.

Top off the pizza with the rest of the cheese. Sprinkle the top of the pizza with oregano, salt, pepper, garlic powder

Step 3
If possible, let the pizza rest for a few minutes before placing into the oven. Or, you can preheat the oven and pop into the oven when the layering is done.

Bake for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted. Allow to cool a bit before cutting into wedges.



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