Turkish Pizza

Turkish Pizza created by JustJanS

I've made this a few times now, it's quick, and better than take-aways. Be sure to use the lemon, it really adds to the dish.

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directions

  • Preheat the oven to 200c.
  • Line a baking sheet with baking paper.
  • Heat the oil in a heavy based frying pan and cook the onion and garlic for 5 minutes or until soft.
  • Add the coriander, cumin and mince.
  • Increase the heat and cook, stirring for about 5 minutes or until the meat has browned.
  • Add the nuts and salt and pepper and cook for another 2 minutes, stirring.
  • Cool.
  • Place the bread on the baking sheet and spread with the tomato paste.
  • Sprinkle over half the feta, then the mince.
  • Sprinkle with the remaining feta.
  • Bake for 15 minutes or until warmed through.
  • Top with tomato and parsley, then cut into 4 wedges.
  • Serve with a wedge of lemon to squeeze over the top.
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"I've made this a few times now, it's quick, and better than take-aways. Be sure to use the lemon, it really adds to the dish."

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  1. ImPat
    Turkish Pizza Created by ImPat
  2. ImPat
    My only adjustment was to use 2 1/2 small turkish bread loafs between 3 of us but otherwise followed through and we all thoroughly enjoyed and a style of pizza we had never eaten before. Thank you JustJanS, made for Ausie/Kiwi forum Recipe Swap #64 May 2012.
  3. HeatherN
    This was really good. I made some changes: I used ground beef instead of lamb (my regular store doesn't carry lamb and I wasn't up for a quest!) I also used ciabatta bread....I don't even know what turkish bread is. Instead of the coriander/cumin, I used a turkish spice blend (which according to the jar contains: salt, garlic, cumin, black pepper, oregano, paprika, sumac, cayenne pepper and cilantro.) I have enough of the meat mixture to make dinner tomorrow night. Thanks for posting.
  4. HeatherN
    This was really good. I made some changes: I used ground beef instead of lamb (my regular store doesn't carry lamb and I wasn't up for a quest!) I also used ciabatta bread....I don't even know what turkish bread is. Instead of the coriander/cumin, I used a turkish spice blend (which according to the jar contains: salt, garlic, cumin, black pepper, oregano, paprika, sumac, cayenne pepper and cilantro.) I have enough of the meat mixture to make dinner tomorrow night. Thanks for posting.
  5. loveandpeas
    brilliant.. tastes just like the ones i had in Turkey (just with a lot more meat on them!) Thanks for sharing
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