Thursday, 17 October 2013

Tuna and Sweetcorn Pizza Recipe

Yesterday was Wednesday dinner day with Nannie again. This time it was Freya's turn to decide what were going to have. She chose pizza.

Normally we have pizza as our treat of the week and get it from our favourite take away, Star pizza but to make a change we decided to make our own. This meant that we could choose whatever topping we wanted.

Now we weren't brave enough to make the pizza bases from scratch so I have to put my hands up and admit that we bought them ready made.

Ingredients

* Pizza base x 2
* Passata
* Cheese (whatvever one you like)
* Can of tuna
* Tin of sweetcorn

Preparing

* Preheat the oven to around 180 degrees

* Spread the passata over each pizza base using the back of a large spoon.

* Open up the tins of the tuna and sweetcorn and spread them evenly over the whole pizza.

* Grate the cheese into a bowl.

* Sprinkle the cheese over, you can make it as cheesy as you like, I would say my girls went a tad over board but that's what they wanted.

* Place in the oven for 8-10 minutes


Here is the finished product


You can see what I mean by them going a bit mad with the cheese but you can see from the picture below that they really enjoyed what they made.


Another quick and easy dinner. We actually made that much that the girls had cold pizza for their lunch today!!

What is your favourite topping to have on pizza?

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14 comments:

  1. ooooh yummy, I would go with tuna and sweetcorn too. Good choice Freya!

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  2. They do look yummy!! I love ham & pineapple on my pizza's :) x

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  3. We used to make pizzas from pizza bases upwards all the time at Uni and I haven't done it since (that'll be 18 years). You've inspired me as my Aaron would have great fun doing this x

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    1. aaaww glad to have given you something to do x

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  4. This looks lovely! Yours is a masterpiece!

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  5. Oh wow this looks delicious - food always takes so much nicer when it is home made as well x

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    1. even better when someone cooks for you ;) x

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  6. This looks lovely. I would replace the tuna with ham or pork as the family is not very fishy!

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  7. Lovely :) Looks like it went down well too :) Pinned! Thanks so much for linking up to #recipeoftheweek. There's a new linky live now, so I do hope you'll pop over and join in :)

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    1. thanks for hosting :) I have a recipe lined up for this week xx

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