Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Pierangelo's Pork Pizza

Today's instalment is a recipe dear to my heart, I got the recipe from my Dad it was one of his creations, and in true Lulabella's Kitchen style, I changed it up a little bit to make it healthy eating and you wouldn't be able to tell the difference :)

This dish is liked by adults and children in my household, either as a main meal or , much like leftover pizza you have kept in the fridge overnight is still delicious the next day. 

                                           Serves 2 Hungry People - Or 3!  

You will Need:

300g Pork Tenderloin (this recipe can be done with pre bought escalopes)
2 Slices of stale bread grated or blitzed into breadbrumbs
1 egg
40g Light Mozzarella Cheese Sliced
1/4 Jar of Passata
2 Teaspoons of Oregano
1/4 Tsp Garlic Powder
Cling Film
Meat Basher/ or Rolling pin
Salt & Pepper for seasoning
Parchment Paper


Crack an egg into a bowl and whisk

Make breadcrumbs from the slices of bread and put on a plate, add the garlic powder and salt and stir

Preheat oven to 200 degrees


Cut the Tenderloin into 10 equal chunks (if you want bigger pizzas cut into say 8 or 6)

Place between two sheets of cling film or a sandwich bag – and bash until flat

Put the pork escalopes into the bowl with the egg and one by one put in the breadcrumbs making sure each is covered (you can leave out this step if you wish as the breadcrumbs stick ok to the pork without but i find it dries out a little more in the oven)

If you have enough time, cover the breaded pork with cling film and put in fridge to set for about 10 minutes

In a frying pan sprayed with frylight fry the escalopes on a medium to low heat to make the breadcrumbs a crispy golden brown – as the pork is so thin it shouldn’t take more than 2 minutes each side

Place the escalopes on a baking tray with parchment paper – or spray with frylight

Top each escalope with about half a tablespoon of the passata, sprinkle with oregano and add a slice mozzarella on top 

Put in oven for about 5-7 minutes, however, keep checking, because you just want the cheese to melt, not brown – and all ovens vary!

Take out and serve!

Weight Watchers Pro Point Value: 8PP for 2 - 5PP if serving 3


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