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Grilled Mediterranean Veg Pizza with “pizza” hummus

So full of flavour, you won’t even miss the cheese

25 mins
13 ingredients
$3.95 / person
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Grilled Mediterranean Veg Pizza with “pizza” hummus

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Serves = 4

For the hummus base:

  • 200g tub hummus
  • 1 Tbsp tomato paste (no added salt)
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tsp dried oregano
  • 1/4 cup nutritional yeast (optional, but adds cheesy flavour)

For the pizza:

  • 2 wholemeal Lebanese wraps
  • 1 eggplant
  • 1 zucchini
  • 1 red capsicum
  • 1 tsp EVOO
  • 1/2 bunch basil, leaves picked
  • 1/3 cup kalamata olives, pitted
  • 1/3 cup marinated artichoke hearts

It’s this easy

  • Preheat oven to 220°C
  • To make the hummus base, mix the hummus, tomato paste, minced garlic and dried oregano together
  • Slice the eggplant and zucchini into thin rounds. Remove seeds and pith from capsicum and slice into thin strips
  • Place a large frying pan on high heat and add olive oil. Fry the sliced vegetables for approximately 2 minutes on either side, or until browned, then set aside
  • To assemble the pizza, place Lebanese bread on a baking tray, one per tray to avoid over-crowding
  • Divide the hummus in half and evenly spread over each piece of the Lebanese bread
  • Divide the grilled vegetables, olives and artichokes between the two pieces of Lebanese bread, and add 1/4 of the basil leaves to each pizza
  • Bake in your preheated oven for 10-12 minutes
  • Carefully remove from oven, and top with fresh basil leaves. Cut into slices and enjoy!
  • (Optional) sprinkle on some nutritional yeast at the end to add an umami flavour


  • Make into a quick snack on a sandwich press by halving the toppings and folding the wrap over in the middle!


Nutrition information (per serve):

  • Energy (1464kJ)
  • Protein (17g)
  • Total Fat 12g
  • Saturated Fat (1.7g)
  • Carbohydrate (36.5g), (Starch (28g), Sugars (8.5g), Added sugars (0g), Free Sugars (0g)
  • Dietary Fibre (14.4g)
  • Sodium (451mg)
  • Calcium (132mg)
  • Iron (4.2mg)


Contains: Wheat, FODMAPs.
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