Step 3: Humnut Cheese
– 2-3 tbsp hummus
– 2 tbsp nutritional yeast
– A pinch of turmeric if you like your cheese yellow
-water to thin
Step 5: TAHINI
Don’t forget it!
Honestly, these make the pizza!
When I started combining ingredients, I knew I wanted something that would taste great with the hummus/nutritional yeast mixture and what would go better than brussel sprouts? (Yes, I’m sure a lot of things would go well, but B.S.’s are my FAVORITE things… hehe, I like their initials…) And I did not have any tomato paste or other tomato related products to make red sauce…
Getting back on topic, I shredded, combined with apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, cumin, cayenne pepper, and salt, and roasted some B.S. in the oven at 400 degrees. Whilst my green loves were wilting away, I topped an Alvarado Street Sprouted Wheat Torilla with the hummus mixture. When the brussel babies were cooked to my liking, I grabbed them from the oven and scattered them onto the torilla/hummus combo. Then came the tahini. Folks, if you haven’t tried tahini, try it. If you haven’t eaten it on a pizza, do it now.
Into the oven, again, went the pizza for a few minutes, just to crisp. When thouroughly crisped, I topped the pizza pie with fresh Italian parsley and sliced green onions. And then a salad.