Tortilla Pizza – A Quick & Easy Meal In A SNAP

by Texas Homesteader ~
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RancherMan loves pizza. I mean LOVES pizza.  As in that man could eat pizza every day for days on end and be a happy boy indeed! 

I’ve made homemade pizza crust and of course those pizzas are delicious. But our work often brings us dragging in from the pastures after dark. Making the dough, letting it rise, baking it up routine often doesn’t fit our lifestyle.

For a quicker version I’ve made French Bread Pizzas. Although RancherMan loves them, this is an even easier (and FASTER) way to get some pizza in his belly.  Tortilla pizza.Little time for a homemade pizza & no money to order out? Check out this delicious option - A quick tortilla pizza. #TexasHomesteader

Now hang onto your hats folks, this is one quick meal and certain to please everyone in the family – from RancherMan all the way down to our grandbabies! 

I preheat the oven to 425 degrees using my speed-bake option (a fan-assisted convection feature that cooks food faster than traditional bake)

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I have a heavy cast-iron griddle that I often use to make 3 or 4 at a time. But I also have two single-serving *comal pans. (a small round short-sided pan) that I use when it’s just RancherMan & me. 

So I place whatever cast-iron vessel I want to use into the oven while it’s preheating to get the surface good and hot.

Dehydrated Tomato Leather Makes Pizzas FAST!

Now I’m turning my attention to those pizzas. I start by adding a tomato layer on top of the tortilla. Recently I dehydrated several 5-6″ tortilla-sized dehydrated tomato leather from some leftover pasta sauce.

I like to have these in the pantry because I kid you not – you roll them on top of your pizza crust (or tortilla in this case) and just start piling on toppings – no other step is necessary.

The toppings rehydrate the leather as the pizza is cooking. I LOVE these things! Obviously you can use tomato paste here if you don’t have leather. But if using paste I’d sprinkle on a little Italian seasoning to give it a little pizza sumpin’.

Dehydrated tomato leather. Little time for a homemade pizza & no money to order out? Check out this delicious option - A quick tortilla pizza. #TexasHomesteader

Then a light sprinkling of cheese to anchor my fillings to the crust, and I start adding my toppings. 

RancherMan prefers pepperoni but pepperoni makes me gag.  LOL. I prefer to pile mine high with veggies – diced onion, bell pepper, jalapenos, from the garden. I also like to  add black olives, and mushrooms.  YUM.

I’m sure to dice the veggies small, since they’ll be in the oven such a short time I need them to cook quickly. Then I sprinkle a little more cheese on top and bring out my now-hot comal pans.

Veggie tortilla pizza. Little time for a homemade pizza & no money to order out? Check out this delicious option - A quick tortilla pizza. #TexasHomesteader

Quick Cooking For Small Pizzas!

I slide the tortilla pizzas from the plate to the hot comal and put them both back in the oven.  Now the speed bake does a pretty quick job and I’m just looking for the cheese to get all melty. It typically takes only about 5 minutes.

After that time I pull them out of the oven & RancherMan’s already hovering around me exclaiming that the kitchen smells delicious.  I slide ’em on a plate and he digs in with relish!

Pepperoni tortilla pizza. Little time for a homemade pizza & no money to order out? Check out this delicious option - A quick tortilla pizza. #TexasHomesteader

The cast iron helps the crust to get crispy. And this quick & easy meal certainly helps me give him the pizza he craves while saving my sanity after a busy day at the Homestead.


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11 thoughts on “Tortilla Pizza – A Quick & Easy Meal In A SNAP

  1. Michelle

    I love this idea and using tomato leather blows my mind! Plus, I try to eat low-carb as much as possible, so I could easily use low-carb tortillas. Thanks for the great ideas!!

    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      The tomato leather blows my mind too Michelle. Now I always have some in my pantry for the quickest pizza meal EVER! ~TxH~

  2. Helen at the Lazy Gastronome

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  3. Katrin

    Easy and quick recipes are my favourite and I know everyone in my family would love this tortilla pizza! The perfect quick dinner! It looks great!

  4. Michelle

    Ooooo my hubby would so enjoy these. He loves pizza and tortillas, so this is perfect. Whoop, whoop, thank you

    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Oh yeah Michelle, pizza & tortillas are both at the top of RancherMan’s munchie enjoyment too. ~TxH~

  5. ColleenB.~Texas

    Quick, simple and looks Delish. Yup; I’ll take one with all the works except for the hot peppers that is :}

  6. Cynthia D

    Your pizza sounds tasty and quick. I have made tortilla pizza. When my son was in Afghanistan he wanted pizza and I found a packed tortilla pizza and I got it and sent it to him. It was basically a tortilla which they said to toast in a skillet, then add tomato sauce, toppings and cheese. Cook in the skillet covered until cheese is melted. I have done this at home with ingredients I have purchased separately at the grocery store or home grown. This is a quick and easy way to make dinner.


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