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 Like the subject says, this isn't really a recipe. It's more an evolution of the "things with corn tortillas" food group. (I'm not the only person who some how ends up eating corn tortillas all the time, right?)

Anyway, the other day I made gluten free mini pizzas.

corn tortilla pizza!

They're just two corn tortillas with marinara sauce, cheese and cut up salami (the closest thing I had on hand to pepperoni). I'd tried making them before with just one corn tortilla, but the sauce soaked through. So I used two, one on top of the other and the toppings on top of that. I baked them for, I don't know, 8 minutes, maybe? Until the cheese melted and the edges were crispy. In a 350 degree oven. 

They turned out pretty well, I think. GF pizza is really expensive, if you can find it. Whereas these cost maybe 75 cents to make. And the GF pizzas I've tried don't have crusts that taste anything like real pizza crust anyway, so these are actually pretty similar to them. Hope you like them. :D

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Date: 2009-06-16 12:21 am (UTC)
luludi: photo by <user name="tori">, Hula Hut - Austin, TX (random: chips and salsa)
From: [personal profile] luludi
That is such an awesome idea! I wouldn't have ever thought of that, but it totally works! And, no, you're not the only one. I am so happy I can still eat chips and salsa, you have no idea... it's like it's own food group in this house ;P


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