common comfort food #3

comfort for lambs & chicks


‘kebab’ pizza with garlic-‘yogurt’sauce and plant-cheese


The traditional animal used for making kebab meat is lamb or mutton, but chicken has also become a very popular kebab-base. The consumption of sheep meat is not nearly as popular in the global north’s industrialised countries as other animal meats, yet lamb meat is still worth mentioning as it’s consumption has a significant place in many cultures around the world. Now chicken has taken over as the most popular meat source across the globe, with an enormous increase in production in the past 50 years, it is safe to say that chicken is a common base of various comfort food classics around the world. The kebab pizza is a classic Swedish cross-cultural fast food mash-up, both indulgent and convenient! ︎


recipe


Recreate a classic kebab pizza, prepare with care and compassion a comfort-for-all version of the original. Cause less agriculture-derived pollution, and contribute to a healthier planet. Serve as a comfortable norm challenging dinner or lunch!



ingredients



/pizza dough:
- 50 g fresh yeast
- 3 dl lukewarm water
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 300 g white flour
- 200 g durum flour
- 1 tsp salt
/spiced tomato sauce:
- 200 ml tomato passata
- 1 tsp dried oregano
- 1 tsp garam masala or similar
spice blend
- 1 crushed garlic clove
- 1 tbsp harissa chili paste
- salt & pepper
/pizza salad:
- half a head of white cabbage
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 dl neutral oil
- 1/2 dl white wine or rice vinegar
- 2 tbsp black pepper
/garlic sauce:
- 200 ml plant-based yogurt
- 1 garlic clove
- handful of chopped parsley
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- salt & pepper
/pizza toppings:
- plant-based kebab meat (ex. Kebab Oumph)
- plant-based grated cheese (ex. Violife or Astrid och Aporna’s Jeezly)
- pickled red onions












instructions


Make the pizza dough by dissolving a cube of fresh yeast with the water, oil and sugar, let it sit for 5 minutes. Add to the dry ingredients and kneed until it forms a smooth ball of dough. Let rise under damp tea towel for around 1 hour. 

Make the garlic sauce by crushing a clove of garlic very finely, and mixing it with one teaspoon of salt. After sitting for 5 minutes mix it through with the remaining ingredients. 

Preheat your oven to 250ºC. 
Combine the tomato sauce ingredients in a bowl an stir well. Split the dough in 3 pieces equal pieces and roll it out. Place the dough on a baking tray and add a layer of tomato sauce, sprinkle on the kebab substitute and plant-cheese and bake for around 8-12 minutes.

Plate it up with the garlic sauce, pickled onions and pizza salad and enjoy!