I was thinking about learning how to make tuna rolls for this week’s easy recipe, but I quickly concluded that would require more time than I had; and it could be contrary to the name of my blog.
But, now I had tuna on the brain. So, I started thinking, and concluded that tuna is good and pizza is good, so why not put them together for a great easy meal. And the good news is my Maguro Sashimi Pizza recipe is both easy and good!
Recipe serves two to four.
1 package of Nann bread (four breads).
12 pieces Sashimi style tuna (I got mine from Whole Foods deli) (If you buy tuna make sure it is sushi quality and super fresh).
1/2 cup shredded carrot.
Ginger (came with tuna).
4 or so thin rounds of red onion (and more for mincing).
1 cup thinly sliced cabbage.
For ‘pizza’ sauce:
1/2 cup fat free ranch dressing.
1/4 cup Mayonnaise
2 and 1/2 Tbsp red onion minced finely.
1 Tbsp capers – and then mince.
1/2 tsp wasabi (comes with tuna or make it with powdered wasabi).
In large bowl mix ranch dressing, mayo, and wasabi.
To bowl add minced red onion and capers and mix together.
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.
Place naan breads in oven for 2 to 4 minutes, or more, depending on how stiff you want your ‘pizza’ crust.
Smear each crust with the dressing, add shredded cabbage, red onion rounds, position 3 tuna slices, and top with a little ginger and carrot. (Repeat)
And there you go Maguro Sashimi Pizza in like less then 30 minutes.
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