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Scone Based Pizza

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Serves 2

its a quick and easy pizza using a scone base

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  • 110g self raising flour
  • 25g of margarine
  • 4 tablespoons of milk
  • 50g of chedar cheese (grated)
  • 1 large tablespoon of tomatoe puree
  • 2 table spoons of water
  • 1 clove of garlic peeled and crushed
  • mixed herbs(fresh basil is better)
  • ham, pineapple,chicken,mushrooms etc
  • 25g of mozzarella (sliced)
  • OVEN
  • 200c 15 to 20 mins


    1. oven on at 180c
    2. make the base by siving flour and adding margarine rub them together and add milk then add the cheder cheese so you get a cheesey base
    3. roll out to round shape the wider the base the crisper it is .
    4. add all the sauce ingredients and mix in a cup
    5. spread the sauce over the base but leave 2cm between the edge of the base and the sauce
    6. spread the mozzarella on top of the sauce
    7. place the topping of your choice on top of the cheese
    8. bake in the oven at 200c for 15 to 20 mins

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16th Apr, 2015
Really enjoyed this pizza. The cheese in the base is an excellent idea. The kids loved it too. Not sure why the good food search engine doesn't find this recipe anymore, I had to go back through my browser history to locate it
20th Feb, 2013
it was yummy!!! my friend's little one loved it so much!
23rd Jul, 2012
PS if you roll the base out really thin which I love you can up the oven temperature (I preheated the baking sheet and cooked on gas 9) and cook it really quickly (5 to 10 mins) for a really crisp finish.
23rd Jul, 2012
This recipe for the base works really well with the cheese, crisp and melt in the mouth! However I used butter (I will try olive oil next time too). I don't believe in margarine as it not only tastes foul but is always full of hardened trans fats no matter how the labels try to kid us (they turn liquid vegetable oil into hard/spreadable fat, it's just wrong!). I used anchovy, red pepper, cheddar (I ran out of mozerella) and onion on top of the tomatoe puree base. It was yummy thank you. I couldn't finish it and my Spaniel thought it was the best leftovers ever lol.
9th Jul, 2012
I love this we made the pizza then we rolled it up and made ball shape pizza it was lovely
9th Jul, 2012
I love this we made the pizza then we rolled it up and made ball shape pizza it was lovely
9th Jul, 2012
I love this we made the pizza then we rolled it up and made ball shape pizza it was lovely
1st Feb, 2012
My kids love this pizza base, and its so quick and easy to make from basic ingredients that i've always got.
5th Dec, 2011
It doesnt state the amount of time it takes to cook and prepare this dish but overall very helpful.
9th Sep, 2011
Great scone base pizza! Did not add cheese to base mix as not sure kids would like extra cheesey base and made own pizza sauce using cup of tom ketchup and tablespoon of dried mixed herbs. Then just top with grated cheese! Great quick and easy recipe! My kids (and us adults loved it)!


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