On weekdays, after a working day, I don't feel like making pizza using a long formula, so this time I used ready-made pizza bases and sauce.
Since the bases are small, I always make 8 of these pizzas at a time, because even the children eat one whole pizza each. An adult person who does sports may well eat two of these for dinner.
The next set was completed and we really liked the end result!
- Mutti's aromatic pizza sauce
- soybean meal
- baby spinach
- artichoke hearts
- cherry tomatoes
- vegan cheese
The soymeal filling in the recipe may taste quite salty when tasted alone. However, I recommend putting plenty of spices, because it is only sprinkled on top of the pizza a little. The finished pizza does not taste too salty at all.
This time, the cheese was grated Porlam's Vege Plus - the piece itself grated. I've noticed that when grated coarsely, this cheese doesn't really melt on food, so it's best to grate it with a very fine blade.
Small pizza bases are delicious two at a time on the baking sheet. If you make 8 pizzas, as in the instructions, you may not have enough baking trays - is it time for three more? Then you can put the last couple of pizzas on the plate to wait for the oven trays to be freed. The ready-made pizza bases have a fairly sturdy base, so they can withstand being moved very well.
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