I forgot to post this pizza recipe that I made last week. It was one of those nights that I looked in the fridge for inspiration LOL and wala...there was a green pepper, an onion and some flour tortillas. I thought to myself..."self...let's make us a pizza!" So I got out my trusty "old" cookie sheet and started some of that crazy magic they call...throwin it together...LOL Also my camera went dead and had to charge before I could get a picture of it with the melted mozzarella on it...so ... oh well we ate it before my camera had time to recharge...it was delish. You will have to use that great imagination of yours to imagine how it looked before we chowed down. (sorry how the cookie sheet looks...let's just say it has been well used...maybe I should get another one soon)
3 large flour tortillas
1 lb ground turkey
1 small can of mushroom pieces
1 bell pepper chopped
1 onion chopped
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese (I use the low cal)
Rosemary, Pizza Seasoning, Oregano
Salt & Pepper to taste
Pam type spray
Preheat oven to 375. Spray Pam on bottom of huge cookie sheet. Fry the ground turkey in skillet sprayed with Pam. As the turkey is cooking sprinkle it generously with the Pizza Seasoning and Rosemary and Oregano. I made my pizza all fancy by cutting 2 of them in half and putting the whole one in the middle (that's because that's the only way I could get it to fit LOL) Spread the pasta sauce on the tortilla (use the amount that you like on your pizzas...I use sparingly).
__ Layer the fried turkey, bell pepper, onion, mushrooms evenly over the sauce. (this is when my camera went dead) Next put the mozzarella cheese over the top of each one....I load it down with cheese. Put in the oven. Since everything is basically cooked...bake until the cheese melts, then turn on the broiler and watch constantly until it is browned....gotta watch it or will burn quick. Fixed a big ole fresh salad and served up the pizza and it was a hit....try it .... fix with whatever meat or veggies you want...it will be a fave!
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