Myanmarese Tea Leaves Salad Pizza with Easy Mission Foods Pizza Crust

Thin crust pizza with Mission’s pizza base

“Popular local delicacies of Myanmar in Western pizza meal? Nothing is easier than making this exotic Asian flavor with readily Mission Foods Pizza Crust.”

Yes, ham and cheese in pizza making are always the classic, but sky is the limit when it comes to creating pizza toppings which doubles as a fun family activity as well. My helper comes from Myanmar, and yes, this Asian Pizza flavour was inspired by her. Loved Myanmarese food even before she comes on board and stayed with us, but because of her, I learnt to appreciate Myanmarese food even better.

Here’s what I have created with the idea of having light healthy salad in pizza as a meal, instead of an appetiser. :)

For those always on the go, this recipe is creative, healthy and easy to make. And, it’s convenient.

When an appetizer turns main course…….

Serves 3-4
Ingredients
1 pcs of Mission’s Pizza crust base
2 slices of picnic ham, diced
2 tablespoons of grated mixed cheese
2 tablespoons of tomato puree

Myanmarese flavor tea leaves salad toppings (A):
70g of Myanmarese tea leaves pack
4 tablespoons mixed nuts
2 pcs of shallot, shredded
1/2 small bowl of raw cabbage, shredded
1 teaspoon of olive oil
1/2 teaspoon of salt

Pinch of roasted white sesame seeds

Method:
(1) Mix together topping (A) in a bowl.

(2) Spread tomato puree evenly on Mission’s pizza crust base. Arrange Myanmar tea leaves salad mixture on the spread. Top with ham and grated cheese.

(3) Bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes on 160deg Celsius. Sprinkle sesame seeds. Serve hot.

Mission Foods Pizza base pack comes with 2 large shelf-stable crusts. Avalaible in major supermarkets

Mission’s Pizza Crust pack comes with two shelf-stable (unfrozen, ambient) 10” diameter pizza crusts. Available in two flavours – Plain and Wholemeal, the crispy thin pizza crusts have the signature Mission taste, and are made using the finest ingredients for that authentic Italian taste. I personally preferred the wholemeal crusts as I don’t feel the grain texture in it, yet for sure it is an healthier option.

Tips: Myanmarese tea leaves pack and mixed nuts are available at Myanmarese grocery shops in Peninsula Plaza.

 

Hello! My name is PatriCa(雪冰). I love food. Cooking is my passion, and it's all about sharing. I want my loved ones to enjoy healthy home-cooked meals. So, that includes you! Come join me on My Wok Life FaceBook, Instagram & Twitter. Feel free to comment, PM or email me at mywoklife@gmail.com.

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