Roasted Peppers And Mushroom Tortilla Pizza Recipe
Roasted Peppers And Mushroom Tortilla Pizza is a delicious Fusion pizza recipe which you can make anytime for your meals or as a snack. This will take just 15 minutes of your time to create a delicious snack for yourself. Serve it with Penne Pasta and Mango Sorbet for weekend dinner.
Tortilla Pizza is a quicker version pizza to satisfy your cravings. It is a very quick and easy recipe for days that you do not feel like cooking a full fledged meal. With the preference of toppings of your choice this pizza recipe is definitely a winner at any home.
The toppings used in this Roasted Peppers And Mushroom Tortilla Pizza has some roasted peppers, mushroom with loaded cheese and marinara sauce. Enjoy this easy recipe with your favorite toppings.
This is a great recipe, if you are looking for an Indian/Fusion Pizza or a Homemade Pizza recipe.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Pizza recipes for your weekend dinner:
- 2 Tortillas , (wheat/regular)
- 1/4 cup Marinara sauce
- 1 teaspoon Olive Oil
- 1/2 teaspoon Garlic , minced
- 1/4 cup Mozzarella cheese , shredded
- 1/3 cup Red Yellow or Green Bell Pepper (Capsicum) , roasted and chopped
- 1/3 cup Onions , diced
- 2 tablespoons Kalmatta olives , sliced
- 1/3 cup Button mushrooms , thinly sliced
How to make Roasted Peppers And Mushroom Tortilla Pizza Recipe
To begin making the Roasted Peppers And Mushroom Tortilla Pizza recipe, turn your oven setting to broiler and keep it ready.
Grease your cast iron skillet with some olive oil and heat it over high heat.
When it starts to shimmer bring down the heat to medium. Add olive oil and minced garlic to the marinara sauce and stir to combine, keep aside.
Place one tortilla on the cast iron skillet. Spread a thin layer of marinara sauce over the tortilla.
Spread the cheese as needed. When the cheese starts to melt, add in the toppings which includes onion, mushrooms, olives and bell peppers.
Now shift the cast iron skillet to the oven which is already under broiler setting.
When you see the cheese all melted and top starting to brown, remove and slice to serve.
Born in Kerala and brought up in Chennai. Divya is big fan of street foods and die hard fan of Pani Poori. She loves cooking for her hubby and he never insists for anything specific, never complains, never troubles. "When you have a hubby like that, you will always want to treat him with good food :). " This was how her passion for cooking evolved and now she is an expert. Divya derives inspiration from her friends, fellow food bloggers and that has made her an avid blogger herself. She blogs at Dishing with Divya