Tortilla Pizza





Introduction: Tortilla Pizza

A variation of the "Pita Pizza"

You will need:

1 Tortilla
Shredded Mozzerella Cheese
Paper Towel
Butter Knife
Kitchen Scissors

Step 1: Step 1

Lay the tortilla on the paper towel, spread a generous amount of ketchup into an even layer on the tortilla.

Step 2: Step 2

Sprinkle on cheese in an even layer.

Step 3: Step 3

Microwave until the cheese is all melted.

Step 4: Step 4

Cut into slices and enjoy!



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    Nice instructables, looks delicious and it's really simple! But you can also add another things, that way your food will be even better.
    My aunt use to do an "throw pie" where she use to put everything she could find on the fridge on a tortilla, you should try....but take careful with the ingredients, because the taste can be a little weird if you don't have cooking experience ;;

    To make the ketchup taste a little more like tomato sauce, i added a pinch of oregano.

    I usually heat up the oven, and toss the tortilla in for a few, then pull it out, flip it, use pizza sauce (from the grocery store), toss some cheese on it , and back in the oven, alternately I will toss BBQ sauce on there....that can be good.

    NOt sure about the ketchup but this is a neat instuctable. If you have the tortilla's you most likely have salsa, imho a better choice than ketchup, I use salsa to add a little zing to spagetti sauce or canned pizza sauce. I prefer to use the broiler for pizza and melting cheese, let the oven preheat to 500 while assemble the "pizza" click it to broil when you place the pizza inside..2-3 minutes and its done, even faster if you have a pizza stone

    I am a pizza freak AND a ketchup freak but never should the two meet. However, this is a good idea. I work in a mobile laboratory in the oil fields of west Texas and eastern New Mexico and must cook for myself when on a job. This will be a cheap and easy way to make one of my favorite foods.