A while back I was thrilled about my version of Red Lobster’s Lobster Pizza when I shared my Tuscany-Shrimp Pizza and it was indeed a delicious treat. I’m trying to behave myself because as I mentioned.. I freaking love pizza! You know how you play around with a recipe and develop variations? Well, just when I thought the Tuscany was good – this time I changed the seasonings and added Smokey Paprika Chipotle (in addition to the Tuscan).. Oh my God!! then topped it with fresh spinach.. Open up the heavenly pizza gates -LOL!! Seriously though…. it’s so good..
Here’s the easy recipe:
1 12oz bag of pre-cooked shrimp, cleaned, deveined, chopped
2 tomatoes, chopped (remove the seeded part)
1/4 cup chopped fresh basil
Grated Parmesan cheese
8oz grated mozzarella cheese
6 small flour tortillas
Preheat oven to 380 degrees. Heat a small frying pan and coat the bottom with olive oil. Add shrimp and saute until liquid goes away. Add all the seasonings and saute until shrimp is done, briskly stirring (take a taster and if more seasoning is needed add a bit more). Brush each tortilla completely with olive oil. Then spoon small amounts of basil pesto on each tortilla and spread. Sprinkle tomatoes and shrimp around. Top with spinach and sprinkle with parmesan and mozzarella cheeses and top with fresh basil. Place on cookie sheet (or pizza pan) and bake for approx 10 mins or until cheese melts and crust is slightly browned.
Remove, slice and eat up! The best part is it’s less calories then your average pizza dough crust – yet you get the same satisfaction
Red Lobster won’t see me for a while – lol.. now that I can make my own..
I’m so excited about this recipe that I’ve decided to give one lucky reader a jar of each of the Victoria Seasonings.
This is not a sponsored post. I know sometimes people may be skeptical on trying recipes and buying spices, but to entice you, I just want to share my seasonings with someone. It’s so simple to enter for a chance to win.
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So good luck and I hope you give this pizza a try. As always- Cooking is easy with “TLC”