Homemade Seafood Pizza Bread

This recipe is simple and made use of available ingredients at the grocery store.

If you plan camping or outdoor activities, this recipe will be suitable for the occasion. 

For the pizza crust, we are going to use slices of bread and the quantity is according to the size of the pan.

For the large pan, it is recommended to used 4-5 pieces of bread. 

To make it a little bit spicy, we sprinkle chilli oil on top of the pizza. 

Homemade Seafood Pizza Bread

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Cooking time: 15 minutes

Serving: 3 persons

Ingredients to make homemade seafood pizza bread
Ingredients to make homemade seafood pizza bread.

Ingredients

  • 200g fresh prawn
  • 2 tablespoon butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 4-5 pieces of bread
  • 150g tomato pasta sauce
  • 3 teaspoon chilli oil
  • 4 pieces cheese slices

Instructions

1. Steam the prawn for 5 minutes. Put it aside.

2. Preheat butter with slow heat.

3. Make an egg omelette.

4. Place cut bread on the egg omelette and wait until the egg stick to the bread. 

Pizza Crust Made From Bread
The bottom is the omelette and the top is the bread. Let it stick on top of each other and then you can flip it so that the bread facing the pan directly and become the crust.

5. After two to three minutes, flip the egg omelette facing the top and  the bread is directly on the pan.

6. Spread the tomato pasta sauce on the egg omelette.

7. Add up cheese slices on top.

8. Arrange the steam prawn on top of the pasta sauce.

9. Sprinkle chilli oil and close the lid and cook for three minutes.

Sprinkle chilli oil
To make it a little spicy sprinkle chilli oil on top of the pizza topping.

10. Homemade Seafood Pizza Bread is ready. 

Homemade Seafood Pizza Bread
Homemade seafood pizza bread is ready after 15 minutes of cooking.

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