No ImageTortilla Pizza with Onions, Mushrooms, and Ricotta

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  1. Tita

    Hi Elise

    Pizza meets Quesadilla. I’ve seen similar recipes on the internet called Pizzadilla. Moreover, it’s made in a cast iron skillet and is ready in 4 – 5 minutes after you’ve assembled your ingredients for the topping. I love it ham, mushrooms and mozzarella. This is truly a great crossover experience.

    Love your site.

  2. Bren

    We love these. We use different kinds of sandwich wraps and any vegetables we have in the fridge. One of our favorites is red onion, mushroom, sliced broccoli florets and olives.

  3. Kris O'Connor

    This looks so amazing! I’m new to cooking and am going to try something like this cuz I splurged on a pizza stone – I made fresh pesto (first time ever) and want to try that on it. Do you think it would work? Any suggestions of what else to put on it? I just love this idea because it looks simple and carb friendly ;-) Thank you!

    I love fresh pesto on pizza. Great with caramelized onions. ~Elise

  4. Amy

    I think this recipe is awesome! I am not much of a cook, and if I can do something, someone else definitely can! I couldn’t find ricotta at trader joe’s so I used mozarella instead. I used 100% wheat flour and had very thin slices of tomatoes to put atop it all (bake it), then added fresh tomatoes on top. It tasted quite good! Thanks for sharing. I really like your blog and your pictures. Cheers!

  5. Jessica Whistman

    I do something very similar to this, except mine is a breakfast pizza. I let the tortilla get nice and crispy in the oven first while I make some scrambled eggs and country gravy and fry up some sausage, then I use the gravy as a sauce, spread a thin layer of shredded cheese over it, put on the eggs and sausage and then sprinkle a little more cheese over the top to hold all the toppings together, and then stick it under the broiler just long enough to melt the cheese. Makes an amazing and fairly easy breakfast, takes a little prep work but my bus driver used to love these, and so did her four year old grandson that sometimes tagged along for the ride before he went to preschool!

    What a great idea, thanks for sharing! ~Elise

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