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I am forever looking for easy, unique recipes for lunch and dinner. My kids love the stand-by meals of pasta, pizza, anything with bread, but that’s not always in my repertoire. To meet in the middle, give a little spin on the usual, cut out some unnecessary ingredients and have something truly unique, I turned my attention to pizza!
It is so easy to create anything you want on a blank canvas, so I made my signature no yeast pizza dough, with a bit of a twist: whole wheat flour. This gave me a denser surface to work with- a bit more dry, too- and I headed to Shaws to check out what would make for a fun topping. Going on the idea that at least once a week we have a meatless dinner, Addie loved the idea of trying Van’s Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls. “Chinese Pizza it is,” I declared!
And I agreed!
Just reading the package got me excited to make this Chinese Pizza with the kids! With no added MSG, Van’s Kitchen Egg Rolls are full of freshly chopped carrots, onions, celery and cabbage. There are also varieties with meat, which include 100% white meat chicken, lean cuts of premium pork or delicious bites of shrimp. Each egg roll is held together by a thin crispy wrapper with a custom blend of Asian seasoning- light and delicious!
How easy is it for you to make your own Chinese Pizza?
I make it in about 30 minutes- perfect for lunch, plus leftovers for the next day!
This dough is so easy to make- it takes less than 10 minutes- and you don’t need to wait for it to rise! You’re simply cutting up your toppings, a brief mixing of the sauce, and then bake for 20 minutes. Could it get any more simple? Check it out:
What you need for your pizza dough:
1¼c AP Flour
1¼c WW Flour
2¾t Baking powder
1T Coconut Oil
With your flour, baking powder, salt, oil and water measured out, get yourself a medium mixing bowl.
Add all of your dry ingredients together, combining well.
Then add your oil and 3/4 of the cup of water, and mix. If your dough seems too dry, add the remaining water.
Continue to mix until a nice ball of dough is formed.
Sprinkle a thin layer of flour out on your counter and knead your dough for 3-4 minutes before rolling it out and placing on your pizza stone.
What you need for your pizza sauce:
1T softened butter
1T Bragg’s Amino Acids for cooking
1t minced garlic
1 packet sweet & sour sauce, comes with Van’s Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls
Combine all ingredients in a small bowl, whisk.
Pour over top your pizza dough, and spread almost to the edges with a pastry brush or soft spatula.
What you need for your pizza toppings:
2 Van’s Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls, roughly chopped
Spread roughly chopped Van’s Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls over top your sauce/pizza.
Bake at 400* for 20 minutes. Slice and serve!
- 1 1/4c AP flour
- 1 1/4c whole wheat flour
- 2 3/4t baking powder
- 1t salt
- 1T oil
- 1T softened butter
- 1T Bragg's Amino Acids for cooking
- 1t minced garlic
- 1 packet sweet & sour sauce, comes with Van's Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls
- 2 Van's Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls, roughly chopped
- Combine the flour, baking powder, and salt in a medium mixing bowl.
- Add 3/4c of water and the oil. Stir.
- If your dough is too thick, add the remaining water. Your dough should be soft, but not sticky.
- Knead the dough on a floured surface for 3-4 minutes.
- Roll out on floured surface and place on a well oiled pizza stone.
- Combine all ingredients in a small bowl, whisk.
- Pour over top your pizza dough, and spread *almost* to the edges.
- Spread roughly chopped Van's Kitchen Vegetable Egg Rolls over top your sauce/pizza.
- Bake at 400* for 20 minutes. Slice and serve!
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Feeding my family the best food doesn’t have to be draining. Meal planning is a BIG part of my life, but it actually takes up such a small amount of time! Van’s Kitchen Egg Rolls come 4 to a pack (that’s enough to two pizzas!) and freeze well. This means you’ve got 2 nights of dinner, prepped and done. I like to plan by the month and create about 15 different dinners, cooked twice- sometimes I even get the prep for both meals done at once. How easy is dinner after that?!
Feel good about what you feed your family! Van’s Kitchen is Certified Woman and Minority Owned (run by a mama to two teen boys!), so you know the food you work so hard to prepare for your family was prepared by people who get it. You can find out more about them on Facebook, and pick up your own Van’s Kitchen Egg Rolls for a delicious dinner of Chinese Pizza with a coupon of $1 off when you join the Club Vantastic!
When you’re looking for unique, easy dinners, what’s your go-to inspiration?