Tortilla Wrap Pizzas

Everyone loves pizza. What I don’t love however is the extortionate overpricing; when a takeaway pizza can only seem affordable in a large group on a Tuesday, something isn’t right. This is where the  tortilla wrap pizza comes in; it’s cheap, easy, quick and can be suited to everyone’s taste. I gave this a go to see what it was like and loved the result, so much so that it’s been my go to meal over the last week. Give it a go the next time a pizza craving hits you, but your bank account isn’t too happy about it.

 

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What:

  • Tortilla wrap (Wholegrain/plain/flavoured – whatever you fancy)
  • 2 tablespoons of passata
  • 40g mozzarella torn
  • 2 slices of Wafer thin ham
  • Handful of rocket
  • Jalapeños
  • Chilli flakes

This is what I used in the picture below, of course this can be adapted to everyone’s preference and fridge contents. Keep the passata base and throw whatever you fancy on top

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How:

  • Preheat your oven at 180 degrees
  • First you need to lightly toast the tortilla wraps. I used a sandwich toaster for this part, toasting the wrap for around a minute and regularly turning the wrap over so one side didn’t burn. Alternatively you could dry fry the wrap over a very low heat. Place the wrap in a dry frying pan, and again turning regularly
  • Spread the passata over the wrap and then add the remainder of your toppings
  • Place on a baking tray and put in the oven for 10-12 minutes. You’ll need to keep an eye on this so the edges don’t burn, so check it a few times

 

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That’s it. Done. You can knock this together quicker than any delivery can arrive. If you make this make sure to show me on instagram with #studentfoodbible

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