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Broccoli and Salmon Pizza

Homemade pizza on Turkish bread has put us off takeaway pizza! This combo is our favourite, and Ash, our 2-year-old, loves it so much he eats almost as much as me :)


1 small head broccoli
1 loaf pre-made turkish bread
1 tablespoon tomato paste per section (so, 6 altogether)
Optional - 1 diced tomato, or 2 tablespoons tinned chopped tomato
2 teaspoons Outback Pride Seafood Sprinkle
1/2 large spanish onion, finely sliced (alternatively use chopped spring onion)
100gm smoked salmon, sliced into strips
1 cup light tasty cheese, mozzarella, or a combination of the two
Japanese sushi mayonnaise, or other creamy mayo (aioli, for instance)

Step One

Cut broccoli into small florets. Place in bowl with a touch of water, cover, and microwave on high for 3 minutes.

Step Two

Cut the turkish bread loaf into thirds, before cutting each piece into two halves (top and bottom half of the bread) If you are using turkish bread rolls, simply cut each in half. Spread 1 tablespoon tomato paste on each piece. Scatter diced tomato over all the pieces. This can be sparing, it simply adds an extra freshness.

Step Three

Distribute 3/4 of the cheese over all the pieces. Repeat with onion and smoked salmon. Sprinkle them with the seafood sprinkle.

Step Four

Take the lightly cooked broccoli and distribute among the pieces of pizza. Top with the remaining grated cheese, and bake in a moderate oven (180) for about 20 minutes.

Step Five

Cut each piece into small squares, and top each piece with a squirt of japanese mayo. Enjoy!


There are a variety of native herbs that would be fantastic on different kinds of pizzas - try Native Basil on a Supreme (the lot) style pizza, for instance, or Native Thyme on a chicken pizza. Tanami Fire is great for adding some if you like your flavours spicy, and the above recipe is an example of Seafood Sprinkle over any fish or seafood oriented pizza - try it with a garlic prawn topping sometime, it is too yum!

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