This is another recipe that I made up all by myself, so I’m proud of it. Admittedly it isn’t the most difficult recipe in the world, but I’m starting to branch out a bit in terms of cooking and it’s a step in the right direction to me actually making up my own complicated recipes.
So, Pitta Pizzas. We bought some wholemeal pitta bread from ASDA on the weekend to spread with Low Low cheese spread and grill (it’s my new favourite snack) and had a few left over. Garry and I have been craving Dominoes recently, so I decided to try making a healthy pizza. My Breadless Pizza is great if you can’t have wheat, but if you want the bread part of the pizza it’s not much good. This gets around that whilst still being healthier than a dripping-with-oil Dominoes. Even though a Dominoes is lovely. Mmmmmmmmm.
Anyway. This serves two.
- A carton of passata
- Worcester sauce
- A clove of garlic
- Onions, mushrooms and peppers — however many you want depending on how hungry you are
- 2 wholemeal pitta breads
- Ham (Optional)
- 84g low-fat cheese
Pour the carton of passata into a pan along with two tablespoons of the sweetener, the crushed garlic and a tablespoon of oregano. Add a splash of the Worcester sauce and allow to reduce — put over a high heat and let it bubble. Eventually it’ll get quite thick. Slice the vegetables and fry them in Fry Light in a separate pan whilst you do this.
Grill the pitta bread on the side you don’t want the toppings on until slightly crispy. Then grate the cheese. When the pittas are crispier, use a tablespoon to spread the sauce equally over the two pittas.
Sprinkle 42g of the grated cheese over the pittas…
And then spread the toppings over the top of this. Garry went for just the vegetables, but I added some strips of ham too.
Then all you have to do is grill until the cheese has melted. Garry and I had ours with salad, but we’re planning on making them with Skinny Chips at some point.
And they are YUMMY. Really filling, and the sauce is lush. I was rather happy with mine, as you can see.