Haha, this is a quick recipe for make-shift Vegan pizza. It tastes amazing (to me at least! And to my father who is an avid meat/cheese/dairy lover).
- Nondairy Mozzarella (Optional)
- 1 bag Gardein’s Chick’n Scallopini (Comes with four pieces of chicken, good for two people or buy more if your family eats more/needs more).
- 1 can Garbanzo Beans (Chickpeas)
- 1 can Whole Kernel Corn
- 1 can of peas (I used Sweet Peas)
- Italian Bread (cut into slices)
- Tomato Paste
- Tomato Sauce
- Marjoram (dried)
- Garlic Powder
- Rosemary (dried or fresh)
- Combine Tomato Paste and Tomato Sauce in a sauce pan. Add Marjoram, Garlic Powder, and Rosemary (as much as you like. I added about 1 and 1/2 teaspoons Marjoram and the same for Garlic Powder…with maybe a dash or two more Garlic Powder because I love Garlic and about 1/2 a teaspoon Rosemary).
- Heat Sauce on medium-low heat until warm.
- Cook Chick’n Scallopini like it says on the back of the bag.
- Put Garbanzo Beans (liquid and all) into a small sauce pan. Heat on about medium-high heat until done.
- Combine Sauce and Garbanzo Beans. Stir Beans into sauce gently.
- Combine corn and peas (liquid and all) into a sauce pan. Heat until done.
- Combine corn/peas into sauce. Stir gently until well mixed.
- Method One: Pizza Style (how my dad ate)
- Lay down two pieces of Italian Bread. Place a piece of Chick’n on each piece of bread. Cover Chick’n with as much sauce as you want. Pile on as much vegan Mozzarella as you like. Eat with fork and knife.
- Method Two: Idon’tevenknow Style (How I ate)
- Grab 2-3 pieces of bread for every chicken piece you put on the plate. Place two heaping spoonfuls (or more) of sauce on the side. With a fork and knife (or just fork..or spoon…or spork?) cut chick’n into pieces. Layer some sauce on the bread, add 2-3 chick’n slices, a little bit of mozzarella and pick up and eat like mini pizza, or eat with fork/knife.
Or eat however you want. These are just how we personally ate.
This was actually really good, and was quick (since all the canned food is pre-cooked, it only needed re-heating). I will post a photo next time I make it! 🙂