So many variants of pizza…. when does it no longer get to be called pizza.
Well i can say…. this definitely still qualifies as pizza, even if it may not look like.
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In the past i have made sweet potato crust pizza, (video where i show how i make the crust), pizza rolls, cauliflower crust pizza, tortilla pizza, rainbow puff pastry pizza… and have most likely made other variants of pizza in the past.
The question is… when will i go to a pizzeria and order a vegan pizza? This was infact a question i got asked two days ago by my sister.
Do i like pizza? And do i order pizza out at pizzerias?
The first question… yes i like pizza, no it is not my favourite. I will of course eat it and as you can see… i make different variants of pizza when i get cravings for it. And in recipes like this… i buy premade pizza dough instead of making my own or using some other variant of pizza dough.
And do i order pizza out… well, it has been a few years. I just haven’t had a reason to do it… and have never craved a pizza from a pizzeria. Some may find this strange, but i haven’t craved it and often find that it is cheaper to make my own pizza with store bought pizza dough – or using puff pastry, sweet potato crust or other pizza bases.
This is just me and my personal preferences. Some people love pizza, while i would rather go for burgers and fries or sushi or even a buddha bowl if i am going to pay for food when eating out.
So… long story over… onto the recipe?
Yesterday i decided to try making pizza twists. I admit… i have wanting to make this for a LONG time… just never got around to doing it. But yesterday was finally time.
How to make the pizza twists:
1 pot of vegan cream cheese – or use grated vegan cheese
1 package vegan bacon, or use tempeh or tofu or skip this substitute
And use example tomato, basil, garlic or any other toppings you want
Dip in guacamole and salsa
Begin by heating the oven to 225 degrees celsius.
Roll out the pizza dough, and on one half of the pizza dough spread out pesto and then vegan cream cheese.
Add vegan bacon (the best is to fry a little before hand) and seasoning of choice.
Fold the other half of the pizza dough ontop of the other. Press down the sides a little.
Cut into “strips”, c.a 2cm in width. (see picture below)
Then twist each strip, i.e hold onto one end and twist 2-3 times.
Place the strips on a baking tray with parchment paper.
Optional, drizzle over a little oil and sea salt.
Bake in the oven around 7-8 minutes.
If you try this recipe, or any other pizza recipe i have linked above.. let me know what you think 🙂 You can always tag me on my instagram: Itsahealthylifestyle