When I search for new recipes, I inevitably come across dozens of blogs. Every time they put up a recipe they “created,” my skeptical side comes out. Like, really, you really made up that recipe for enchiladas? Are you sure you didn’t just take it from somewhere else and change a couple of the ingredients?
So, if you’re a recipe skeptic like me, I hear you. But also know that I actually made this one up. Meaning, I thought of each and every single ingredient in this recipe with no outside influence (except my love of alternative pizza [and let’s be real, non-alternative pizza]).
But before you go being impressed, if you were ever planning on it, this “recipe” has like, three ingredients.
Anyway, I’m no food blogger and I’m certainly not a food photographer, but thought someone out there might be interested in a healthy, easily modified, and kinda delicious pizza.
Tomato and Hummus Pizza
- Corn tortillas — as many as you want (I usually eat four)
- Mozzarella cheese
- Tomatoes — as many as you want (for six “pizzas,” we used one roma tomato)
- Balsamic vinegar (optional)
- Spices of your choice (I recommend basil, oregano, salt, and pepper)
- Anything you want!!! Seriously. This would be good with garlic, onions, olive oil, capers, olives, other cheeses, anything.
Ummm… You just smear hummus on the corn tortillas and then add the mozzarella cheese and tomatoes. Then drizzle some balsamic vinegar over the top and sprinkle with the spices you chose. Bake at like, I don’t know, 400 degrees for 8 minutes? Something like that. Just make sure the edges of the tortilla have gotten pretty crispy otherwise you might have a soggy—yet delicious—mess on your hands.
It’s so easy, it’s not even a recipe.