Teriyaki Tortilla Pizza for One

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 7 mins

I couldn't decide what to make for dinner tonight. Just the kids and I were home and I came across a recipe that sounded interesting for something like this. I changed it around to what I wanted (and made regular tortilla pizzas for the kids). It was really tasty! Be warned though, that this is really messy. I like to use a lot of teriyaki sauce but it does run off the tortilla a bit. You'll definitely need to eat it over a plate!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Spray the bottom of the tortilla with cooking spray.
  3. Spread the teriyaki sauce on the tortilla.
  4. Scatter the cheese on top of the teriyaki sauce.
  5. Stack the 2 pineapple slices on top of each other and cut them into small chunks.
  6. Scatter them on top of the cheese.
  7. Chunk up the deli ham and put it on the tortilla along with the pineapple.
  8. Place a baking pan on a bottom rack of the oven. Put the tortilla directly onto the rack above the pan (so the pan can catch any falling juice or falling pineapple in my case!).
  9. Bake for 7 minutes.
  10. Carefully remove it from the oven to cool a bit before you eat it.
  11. Eat it over a plate because this is juicy!


Most Helpful

This is SO good! I made mine with the Soy Vay Teriyaki Sauce. On top of that I put some sliced up lettuce, some strips of chicken (that I had coated in some flour and cornmeal before quick frying) and some grated marble cheese. I didn't spray or grease my tortilla. Instead, I put some cornmeal on my pizza stone and plunked the tortilla on top of it. No sticking at all! I LOVED the edges of the tortilla! They got all crispy and flaky! Lovely. I will use this as a great way to have a quick lunch for myself. Thanks!

Saturn February 01, 2007

Awesome! This was so so good. I used 1/2 cup of ff mozz, and extra ham. Very tasty ladypit, thanks!

yogiclarebear April 21, 2007

Most excellent idea. I cooked some crumbled sausage and used that instead of ham and used pineapple tidbits rather than slices. This is one I'll make often when I want something quick and tasty!

echo echo October 23, 2006

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