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2 8-inch (20cm) high-fiber, low-carb whole-wheat tortillas 1/2 cup (118ml) low-sodium marinara sauce 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper 2 cups (450g) fresh spinach, coarsely chopped 2/3 cup (75g) part-skim mozzarella, grated. Easy Five-Ingredient Tortilla Pizzas 2 8-inch (20cm) high-fiber, low-carb whole-wheat tortillas 1/2 cup (118ml) low-sodium marinara sauce 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper 2 cups (450g) fresh spinach, coarsely chopped 2/3 cup (75g) part-skim mozzarella, grated. DIRECTIONS. turn the oven to 350 F, Get the flour tortilla and place it on a cookie sheet than get the 1/2 jar of pizza sauce and spread it over the tortilla evenly, when that is done get the shredded cheese of your choice and sprinkle that all over the tortilla, get the pieces of pepperoni and spread on to the tortilla, place the pan into the oven and cook for 5-7. Make the Mexican pizza by spreading about 1/4 cup of the refried beans on one tortilla shell. Top it with about 1/4 cup of the ground beef.

Lightly press a second tortilla shell onto the beef and bean mixture. Top it with 2 tablespoons of the enchilada. This easy keto low carb pizza casserole recipe requires just 5 ingredients.

Find out how to make a delicious cauliflower pizza casserole no crust needed! Course Main Course. Cuisine American. Keyword casserole, gluten-free, keto, low carb, nut-free, pizza. Place one tortilla on a baking sheet coated with cooking spray.

Sprinkle with 1 cup cheese. Top with second tortilla; spread with pizza sauce. Sprinkle with. That’s where these easy 5-ingredient dinner recipes from Sarah’s Cucina Bella and other reliable food bloggers come in.

With just five ingredients or less, these don’t take a lot of prep work to get cooking.Plus, many are ready in 30 minutes or less (easy. The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. Ingredient Checklist. 1 (8 inch) soft flour tortilla.

1 teaspoon olive oil. 1 pinch garlic powder. 1 pinch salt and ground black pepper to taste.

3 tablespoons tomato sauce. 1 cooked chicken breast, sliced. ½ green. I came across this easy and tasty snack while searching online for healthy munchies for kids. Great for after school, it’s really quick to make and filling enough to hold the kids until dinner. To satisfy heftier appetites or to serve as a power lunch, cut each tortilla.

Notes. Toaster oven option: Bake the pizza directly on the rack of your toaster oven at 400 degrees for 8 to 11 minutes. Tortilla note: Make sure to check the ingredients list on the whole wheat tortillas. It should list about 5 ingredients, not 25.

I buy mine at health food stores and store them in the fridge or freezer and they almost never go bad.

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Sprinkle 1⁄4 cup of the cheese on top of each tortilla and put the baking sheet back into the oven for 3 to 4 minutes, until the cheese has completely melted.

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1⁄4 cup shredded fat-free mozzarella cheese 2 Fold over the tortilla to create a calzone shape.

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Spread 4 to 5 tablespoons of the cheese sauce onto each tortilla, leaving about a ½-inch edge on the outside (so the cheese doesn’t ooze all out when baking).

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Sprinkle remaining 1 cup cheese over top and bake until cheese is spotty brown and burritos are heated through, about 10 minutes.

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Bake for 15 minutes, or until the edges of the tortillas crisp up slightly and the cheese,

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Top each tortilla with about 4½ tablespoons pizza sauce, spreading evenly with a spatula.

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Spread 3⁄4 cup tomato sauce over bottom of a baking dish large enough to hold tortillas in a single layer.

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1 Heat oven to 350°F. Sprinkle ⅓ cup of the cheese evenly over half of each tortilla.

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Coat both sides of tortillas with vegetable oil spray, arrange on rimmed baking sheet (tortillas will overlap), and bake until tortillas are soft and pliable, 2 to 4 minutes (see photos).

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  • Buy medium or large tortillas, buy your favorite pasta sauce, buy some grated mozzarella cheese, add toppings and eat. I’ve been making tortilla pizzas for years…..they’re great. I actually add more Oregano to my store bought pasta sauces.

  • At my old house there is a very nice ghost that came around thanksgiving �� she died in my bedroom eating tortilla pizza and a lot of ether people died eating tortilla pizza like a guy building a pool for his doughter died eating tortilla pizza and so many ether cooks died but a few years later we all moved.and eat together another tortilla pizza and have a good night eating it We all love tortilla pizza from now

  • Works real well with picante sauce (I had a big container, lol) and whatever else you like. Good way to use up some veggies also. Easy and not expensive.

  • omg… Nostalgia overload! I made these so many times as a kid. All my own idea a recipe, my parents always looked at me like I was insane. Thank you for reminding me of the concept. I shall have to break a decades long break and make a few right now.

  • I like to bake my flour tortilla a little bit in the oven before dressing the pizza. Otherwise it turns out a bit limp in the middle where the toppings are.

  • I love tortillas pizzas. I’m making one tonight, in fact. And I’m one of the crazy people who loves pineapple on pizza, which is going on mine this evening.



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  • You can also try Pasta Sauce I used ”Hunt” or w.e and mozzarella cheese for 10 mins in the oven and bam it taste so good thanks for this amazing idea!

  • You could probably improve on the crust* by brushing it with butter before… Give it a better taste… Maybe use garlic and oregano

  • Calorie saver from regular pizza dough. This is also popular in Japan where they have lots of gluten intolerance. Less flour to digest

  • I just tried this recipe.. but I let it rest while making the sauce for like 20mins or 30.. & I made it very thin, it was nice & crispy.. it didn’t make a lot of bubbles, maybe because it was very thin. it’s up to you to make it rest or not, I had to do it while preparing the topping. really worth it.. if you don’t have time & as fast meal.. I put on stove like 10mins fire was medium close to high, I flipped it after 5mins added topping then I covered for another 5mins or so. Really worth it ^^ Thank you so much <3

  • I doubled the dough recipe and made 4 pizzas and they were gone within 1 hour it was SO GOOD and DELICIOUS. I am definitely making this recipe again!

  • I made this because I was really curious about the taste, and it did not disappoint at all!! This pizza is easy and delicioussss!!

  • Heyy Emma. I’ve been watching you for like 4 years now. And im so happy that I do. You’re a great youtuber. And thanks a million for this. My kids really enjoyed this quick dinner!

  • This is really good and easy. Remember to heat your pan first or it won’t raise ��. I mix all purpose flour with baking powder as suggested by Emma, it works. thanks Emma. Can you share a bread recipe with yoghurt?��

  • I am just 13 and I have started making tea,coffee,and other snacks but my mom just bought mozzarella cheese and that reminds me of pizza… so I thought of surprising my mom by making a pizza myself… thanks a lot for showing this recipe it’s super fun and easy Emma.. ��❤️❤️❤️❣️������

  • I’d char the toppings in the cast iron first and set aside, make and panfry crust, and place completed topped pizza under the broiler so veggies are done and cheeze can brown even quicker.

  • I forgot it was my grandmas birthday. I watched a video about how to make a cake quick. It was about stacking and frosting. Now I’m here

  • Sadly, this was a fail. After rolling, the dough shrunk substantially turning the beautiful tortilla into a bland micro-pancake. I believe omitting the baking powder will alleviate this issue. I dig the bacon fat idea (which I did use) and will use again.

  • Uh let me see if I can find 5 I gradients first…….. fat….. flour…. salt?…..water?…… uh…… yea don’t need baking powder

  • 8″ tortilla 35 gr does that equate to 52.5 gr for 12″ tortilla? I want to make a burrito Imho tough to do correctly with an 8″ tortilla

  • MY DOUGH IS SOOOOO DRY!!! I have been kneading for 45 minutes but it is still tough and dry and it won’t press into itself when I knead it. I followed the directions exactly. Joshua please help!

  • Well, Im from Sonora Mexico, where we eat them daily, your ingredients were right, just your tortillas seem really dry, my mother in law will laugh at me if she saw that, after you roll them, cover them with the left over lard, then put them to rest, that will keep them from getting dry, also i recommend the ratio 1 kg of flour, 3 cups water, 250 gr lard:)

  • Thank you for the perfect recipe. I’ve been struggling quite a bit to find the ONE (also, the ingredients in non-retard units helped a lot!). Keep up with the excellent work!

  • The next time when you try to make Flour Tortillas you should just use Flour, Lard, Water and Salt (Traditionally how it’s made in Sonora, Mexico) don’t add baking powder as it changes the texture. Good job though regardless

  • The fact that you used lard for this recipe makes me happy, makes it even more authentic. I know it’s not the best ingredient to add but when making casero meals, something that small makes a huge difference in flavor.

  • Great job, but noticed to 2 things that could help you put it over the top. Drop the baking powder, add a bit more lard and use hot water instead. The hot water helps disperse the lard much better and the little extra lard will help your tortillas be a little more soft and supple. Dropping the baking powder will allow a more even cook when on the comal (skillet) not so much bubbling up. Loved the video! Us Texans love em!

  • In Mexico we have Tortillerías which are stores to sell only tortillas (flour and corn) so I’ve grown up having the fresh handmade stuff. When I went to the US to study for a year I was horrified and saddened at the fact that Americans probably think that La Misión is what tortillas are supposed to be.

  • I’ve been subbed to this channel since about 30k and I’m seriously not surprised it’s grown so fast. You are a genuinely amazing chef. Thanks for the tutorials

  • I make the flour tortillas without baking powder all the time and they still come out great and bubbly. I don’t think traditionally baking powder is used, it does make them a bit more airy but not necessary.

  • I can’t wait to go try this I want to make some for a friend. Do you think the tortillas will hold up if I shaped them but don’t cook them and store for a couple hrs?

  • Woooooow, I like it, keep the good cooking, and thank you for sharing your brilliant ideas, Anna cooking world is great addition to help people eat healthier and improve their life quality ��

  • You should dip them in some pizza sauce if you like more sauce like I do because it gives it good flavor if you did not add alot of sauce like I did the first time.

  • I was borne and raised in Chicago by a Coloma WI native Jacqueline Jarling. I smile, laugh and learn something love love love this channel mr. Mudbrooker pls run for president ��

  • BTW those old gate marked #8 griddles are tortilla size. Brown on top of the stove then add the toppings and then into the oven. My grandkids each get a griddle and enjoy making their own tortilla pizza. Fun video. Thanks for sharing.

  • I’ve made 2 of these since watching this episode. My children love it. I crave these delicious pizzas everyday. Thank you for sharing all of your recipes. I added olive oil to the top of the tortilla, and it bubbled the tortilla nicely.

  • I love to make my own sauces. Would you share your recipe for the sauce you used? If hesitant, I so understand… it’d be like giving up a good morel mushroom spot.

  • If the alternative to self-raising, as you mention, is:
    140 grams of plain flour + 1/2 tsp baking soda ( 1 cup + 1/2 tsp baking soda),
    how is the flour supposed to raise without anything acidic to activate the baking soda?
    You mention the other alternative with baking powder, 
    adding 1 1/2 tsp of it in the same amount of flour.
    It makes no sense. Are you lying?

  • Hey, I could make my favourite pizza that way. It goes like this.

    1) Take a pizza.

    2) Put boiled rice on top.

    3) Put lamb vindaloo on top of the rice.

    4) Remove the pizza and throw it away.

    5) Enjoy a good curry.

    Optional step 0: take some lettuce and throw it away immediately. Because you don’t want that stuff lying around.

  • Looks pretty good, I’m a sauce guy, seems to be a lost art, emphasis is all on the cheese these days. The absolute best ingredient for a home made pizza is Fresh Kielbasa, slices up best after its been in the fridge overnight.

  • For low carb I use whole wheat with flax seed so it’s 5 GM’s carbs and damn good thin crust alt to a classic favorite dish of red white and blue Americans. Enjoy the Irish Whiskey aged in fine American Bourbon barrels. Great channel.��������

  • Get gordita tortillas (much thicker and softer) and turn the heat down to about 350, and in about 10 mins you’ll have a much softer crusted pizza.