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Tortilla pizza with halloumi cheese and salami
Tortilla pizza with halloumi cheese and salami
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Try out this tortilla pizza when the kids are asking for pizza and you don’t have time to make your own dough. Takes only a few minutes to prepare and you can use what you have at home as topping. Here is a suggestion with halloumi cheese and salami. You can make a pizza evening whenever you’re up for it thanks to this brilliant quick fix.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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4 Tortilla bread
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200 gr Halloumi cheese
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150 gr Salami
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150 gr Grated cheese
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4 tablespoons Tomato sauce
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4 teaspoons Oregano
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4 teaspoons Thyme
Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Cut the halloumi cheese in slices.
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Spread evenly the tomato sauce on the tortilla breads and sprinkle the grated cheese on top.
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Place evenly the halloumi cheese and salami slices on the pizzas and sprinkle the spices on top.
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Place in the middle of the oven on a baking sheet for approximately 20 minutes. Take out and serve warm.
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