I think I’ve recently established that I love pizza, as does the rest of the Slimming World community. The huge reaction I had to the HexB pizza recipe I posted recently just shows how much us Slimming World-ers appreciate being able to eat proper food with no guilt whatsoever!
So recently, when I saw the word ‘meatzza’ flying around the internet I decided to look into it…after all the word itself is a combination of two of my favourite things! Turns out the idea is to make a pizza, but essentially with a big flat burger as the base instead of dough. Awesome right?!
Here’s the recipe for the sauce to top the Meatzza – Syn Free Pizza Sauce
Syn free meat based pizza topped with your HexA cheese and plenty of veggies!
- 1 Egg
- 1/2tsp Garlic Powder
- 1tbsp Mixed Herbs
- 1/2 Raw Peeled Grated Potato
- 1 Red Pepper (thinly sliced)
- Handful Sliced Mushrooms
- Handful Sweetcorn (frozen or tinned)
- Mix all of the ingredients for the base together in a mixing bowl using your hands to incorporate everything together.
- Spray a cake tin (preferably a spring form one) with Fry Light and tip your mince into it. Using your hands flatten the mince all the way to the edges of the cake tin, so that you have a flat, round disc of mince.
- Make the 'Syn Free Pizza Sauce' as per instructions in the recipe.
- Top the raw mince base with a few table spoons of the sauce, and spread it almost to the edges.
- Sprinkle on most of the mozzarella and then top with slices of red pepper, mushrooms and sweetcorn. Sprinkle over the rest of the mozzarella.
- Bake for 25 minutes. Once cooked through remove from the cake tin (this is why it's best to use a spring form one!) and let rest for a couple of minutes to make it easier to cut through.
- Cut the meatzza into slices and divide between two. Serve with chips!
Syn free using your HexA on Slimming World. This is not a tweak as it is being consumed as part of a healthy, balanced meal.
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