No-cook goat's cheese pizza

No-cook goat's cheese pizza

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Prep: 10 mins

Easy

Serves 4 - 6
Delight your family with these tasty goat's cheese pizzas - you don't even need to turn the oven on

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition:

  • kcal384
  • fat22g
  • saturates5g
  • carbs34g
  • sugars1g
  • fibre2g
  • protein13g
  • salt2.35g
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Ingredients

  • 1 round focaccia loaf or long ciabatta
  • 200g tub marinated grilled red and yellow peppers in olive oil
  • 3 tbsp pesto
    Pesto

    Pesto

    Pess-toh

    Pesto is a generic Italian name for any sauce made by pounding ingredients together.

    The…

  • 85g bag watercress
    Watercress

    Watercress

    wort-er-cress

    With deep green leaves, and crisp, paler stems, watercress is related to mustard and is one of…

  • 100g soft goat's cheese
  • handful black olives

Method

  1. Slice bread in half so you have two round or long bases. Drain the peppers, reserving the oil. Spread 1 tbsp of the pesto over the cut side of each base.

  2. Scatter over the peppers and watercress and crumble over the goat’s cheese. Mix the remaining tablespoon of pesto with a tablespoon of oil from the peppers and drizzle it over the pizzas. Scatter the olives over. Cut each pizza into wedges or slices and serve.

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kjf_uk
19th Jul, 2011
1.05
Forgot to rate. Lame.
kjf_uk
19th Jul, 2011
1.05
How is this pizza? It's an open sandwich.
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