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Easy Peasy Thin Crust Pizza

Post  Luci Dawson on 1/30/2012, 12:40 pm

Although I have a pizza stone and paddle, sometimes I just don't want to fuss with making the dough when the pizza fairy hits.

So I just use a flour tortilla, spread on some sauce, add toppings and cheese, then bake it in my toaster oven at 400 for about 7-10 minutes.

Done!

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Post  jpatti on 1/30/2012, 2:27 pm

I do this too! Being diabetic, I use low-carb tortillas. I stick the tortilla in a cast-iron skillet, pile on toppings, and stick in a 350 oven until the cheese melts. Makes dinner in about 10-15 minutes when I'm too tired to do anything else.

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Post  ashort on 1/30/2012, 5:38 pm

Nice! Maybe some sundried tomato and roasted green chili pizza then...

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Post  EatYourVeggies on 1/30/2012, 7:58 pm

Is that Easy Peasy Thin Crust Pizza or a Tasty Toasty Tostada? Wink

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Re: Easy Peasy Thin Crust Pizza

Post  Goosegirl on 1/31/2012, 5:32 am

I do this too! If you want just a slightly thicker crust, use 2 tortillas - just put a few shreds of cheese (or more if you really want Very Happy ) between the tortillas to stick them together when baking. This was one of my summertime staples when I was growing up! I LOVED my toaster oven!

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Post  llama momma on 1/31/2012, 7:16 am

Different altogether but quick and very tasty-

Rice cake, (cheese flavored)
salsa,
sunflower seeds,
fresh shreaded chedder cheese.

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Post  miinva on 1/31/2012, 9:28 am

Great idea! I use english muffins to make individual pizzas as well, although my kitchenaid makes pizza crust so easy that I usually just make a simple crust, always remembering to add ground mustard to the dough. It sounds strange, but it makes the crust yummy and savory.

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Post  Furbalsmom on 1/31/2012, 1:38 pm

Goosegirl wrote: I do this too! If you want just a slightly thicker crust, use 2 tortillas - just put a few shreds of cheese (or more if you really want Very Happy ) between the tortillas to stick them together when baking

Stuffed Crust Pizza, for the win!

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Post  Goosegirl on 1/31/2012, 1:47 pm

Furbalsmom wrote:
Goosegirl wrote: I do this too! If you want just a slightly thicker crust, use 2 tortillas - just put a few shreds of cheese (or more if you really want Very Happy ) between the tortillas to stick them together when baking

Stuffed Crust Pizza, for the win!

Never thought of it that way - I was way ahead of Pizza Hut!

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Post  Luci Dawson on 1/31/2012, 7:58 pm

EatYourVeggies wrote:Is that Easy Peasy Thin Crust Pizza or a Tasty Toasty Tostada? Wink
Whatever floats your boat!

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Re: Easy Peasy Thin Crust Pizza

Post  eflan on 3/20/2012, 12:35 pm

Pitas make a great lazy crust too - especially if they're used from frozen.

... my favourite topping for them is weird though: leftover sloppy joe meat/mix with onion, peppers and jack cheese. Yum.

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