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When you have visitors it’s great to find a way of cooking for everyone where no one ends up in the kitchen too long.
I’ve posted a couple of variations on this meal that we’ve used before but this one hasn’t been out for a while.
Make your own pizza is very handy.
Here’s what we do.
Prepare raw ingredients in bowls or containers. Anything that the people like for pizza topping.
Then each person gets a ‘pizza base’ in Our case a tortilla. We had gluten free for some guests.
On your plate each person then adds a tomato layer followed by ingredients of their choice.
Then put them in the oven at 200 degrees C for around six to eight minutes. Depending on the size of the oven there’s s staggered result but people take different lengths of time to make their pizza.
We particularly like that we can do this with all ages and cater for different diets or allergies. If people are hungry they can make two. Children really seem to like it.
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