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Use a naan bread as the base. Seriously, its delicious. Pre bought pizza bases are shite, dough can take an age but naan bread is GORGEOUS.Just spoon on a bit of passata, some cheese and whatever else (cook any meat you are putting on, and onions)It takes 5 minutes in teh oven at GAs 7Delicioso
Ah, genius! Will definitely try that.
Are you Nigella? This is in Nigella Express! I like pitta breads better - the subtle spicing of the naan jarred taste-wise I thought. And also they stay quite soft and I like my pizza crispy.
It does sound really good, but naan breads are about a MILLION calories each, so not good if you want a nice light snack . I do love them though.
Shhh badgermonkey!Janeite she must have copied me, I will demand copyright fees immediately!I think pitta breads go a bit cardboardy when made into mini pizzas
That's why I like them! If they are cooked in a hot oven for a short time though, the top goes nice and crispy but the bottom isn't too hard.
What is gf naan?!
I thought "what's a Gina Ford naan?" [spends too much time on MN emoticon]Try it! Let me know how it works
Yaaaay! Great stuff!
For a quick snack I do this with muffins (halved). 'Tis especially yum if you have leftover pasta sauce, as a substitute for passata. Also v popular cold in lunchboxes.
I do this with pitta as well, they're a great size for a toddler.
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