First off I need to say, this wasn’t my idea. I saw another blogger mention it on Twitter ages ago but I can’t remember who it was. It might’ve been Becky from Munchies and Munchkins. Anyhoo, I thought I’d give it a go with my own little cherubs.
I’m quite fussy about pizza. I’m not massively keen on shop bought ones. They never taste nice to me. And takeaway pizza costs a fortune and is hideously unhealthy. We’ve done the whole homemade pizza thing before but I made my own dough and took quite a bit of time. In theory it seemed this might be an easier option on days when I need to chuck tea together in minimal time. And it’s a fun thing for bigger kids to do while they’re on school holidays.
4 naan breads
8 tbs passata
Cheese (I used a super lazy ready-grated mix of mozzarella and mild cheddar)
Any other toppings you fancy (peppers, sweetcorn, mushrooms, ham, salami)
Umm, yeah. You just sort of … throw it all on… preferably with the bread on the bottom.
What? You want details? Oh.
Well, put the bread on the baking tray before you start. Helps to contain the cheese and avoids throwing the toppings everywhere trying to move it later.
Spread a layer of passata on first to help the toppings stick.
Then add your favourite toppings. My older one made a face with hers. The younger one added everything. In a massive pile in the middle. I might’ve spread it out a bit while she wasn’t looking.
Add the cheese last. All the cheese. Cheesy cheesy cheese. CHEEEEEEEEEEEESE.
Then bake for 10 minutes at 200 degrees. Et voila!
Easy peasy pizza. Yum!