Two Cheap & Easy Pizzas Using Lebanese Flat Bread

Last night we had pizzas for dinner.  I made them from a pack of 6 Lebanese Bazaar flat breads I was recently given by a friend who did not like the bread.


100 grams of Don sliced Hot Salami

2 Lebanese flat breads (Bazaar)

1 tub (100 grams) Leggo‘s tomato paste (no added salt)

some basil pesto (Casa Barelli’s from Aldi)

6 sliced mushrooms

some grated cheese

sliced olives

a sprinkling of cayenne powder and dried basil

First I preheated the gas oven to 200 degrees Celsius (390 degrees Fahrenheit)  and used the fan.

Then I divided the tomato puree between the 2 breads and spread it out on them.

I then added a little of the basil pesto which was left over in the fridge for some extra flavour.

Next I divided the Hot Salami between the two pizzas (there was exactly equal slices in the packet).

Then I spread some grated cheese over the tops (you can use as much or as little as you wish).

Next I spread the mushrooms on top .

Finally I added some sliced olives and sprinkled some cayenne powder and dried basil over the tops.

The pizzas took 15 minutes to cook at 200 degrees Celsius (390 degrees Fahrenheit)  in my oven, but it may vary with different ovens.  I just kept checking them until the cheese had melted and the breads were crispy.

They were delicious!  Crispy and easy to cut.  You could also add onion, pineapple, capsicum etc, but I just used what I had in my fridge.  Happy cooking!

Ready to cook

Fresh out of the oven.
One pizza sliced up.
One complete pizza sliced up.
Some slices on a plate. Yummy!