May 14, 2013

Vegan Satay Pizza Recipe


makes 2 pizzas

This is one delicious pizza... and by delicious I mean OMG. It is one of those pizzas that tastes amazing even the next day! Take it to work and eat it for lunch to make all of your friends and coworkers jealous. I guarantee that you will start to crave the tastiness of the satay sauce, the sweetness of the pineapple and the crunchiness of the veggies. We had to make this a second time as we ate it all before Jerome could photograph it. That is normally a good sign that the recipe is yummy enough to be published on Veggieful :) Anyway, this pizza is delicious and is a great meal to make for your family and non-vegan friends. It is full-flavoured, so filling and a great example of how delicious vegan and vegetarian food can be. If you love our satay tofu skewers then you will love this as it has the same satay base. Make a double batch of the satay sauce and freeze it for future purposes such as putting it on satay tofu skewers, in stir-fries, noodles or on pizzas. Read the nutrition information at the bottom of this post as one slice of this pizza contains 43% of your daily intake of vitamin C. WOW! Enjoy!



2 wholemeal pizza bases

Sauce:
   1/2 cup peanut butter
   2 tablespoons coconut cream
   1/4 cup tomato sauce (ketchup)
   2 tablespoons lime juice
   2 garlic cloves
   1/2 teaspoon freshly minced ginger root
   1/2 long red chilli (or more to taste)
   1 teaspoon ketjap manis  
   1 teaspoon sesame oil

Toppings:
   1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced
   1 cup canned chickpeas, drained
   430g can pineapple, drained
   1 red capsicum, diced
   1/3 cup thinly sliced green onions
   1 cup thinly sliced snow peas

Garnishes:
   thinly sliced red chilli
   coriander leaves
   thinly sliced shallots

  1. If making your own pizza bases, prepare them as directed and add them to two pizza trays. 
  2. Preheat oven to 200 degrees Celsius. 
  3. Add all 'sauce' ingredients to a processor and process until creamy and smooth.
  4. Spoon the satay sauce onto the pizza bases and use a spoon to spread until evenly covered. Save and freeze any excess sauce if any.
  5. Distribute the chickpeas, onion, pineapple, capsicum, snow peas and green onions evenly over the pizzas.
  6. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes until slightly browned on top.
  7. Serve immediately and garnish with chilli, coriander and green onions. Enjoy!

  • Make a double batch of the satay sauce and freeze it for future purposes such as putting it on satay tofu skewers, in stir-fries, noodles or on pizzas.


The nutrition information above is an approximate guideline and uses our wholemeal pizza bases. Each slice of our delicious satay pizza includes 43% of your daily intake of Vitamin C, 10% of your iron and is very high in maganese and Vitamin B6. 

12 comments :

  1. Oh. My. God. This looks amazing!! I LOVE satay sauce, so I know I would adore this!

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    1. Hi Bianca! Thanks so much :) It really is tasty!

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  2. This looks really yummy! Satay sauce makes everything better :)

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  3. This looks beautiful! And I'm so happy that I found your pretty blog - it just makes me smile!

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    1. Hello! Oh thank you. You just made me smile too :)

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  4. I have been trying to seek more beans into my dad's diet for awhile! Totally adaptable to different asian flavours right like green curry or teriyaki right? Thank for publishing the recipe.

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    1. Yes of course! Thanks for the comment :) I hope your dad loves it!

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  5. I'm sorry but do you mean Kicap Manis (Sweet soy sauce)?

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    1. Hi! Yes I do. It is spelt many different ways; ketjap manis, kicap manis and kecap manis. All the same thing :)

      "Ketjap manis is a very dark brown, syrupy-thick Indonesian sauce similar to, but sweeter, and more complex flavor than, what we know as soy sauce. Ketjap manis is sweetened with palm sugar, and seasoned with different ingredients such as; garlic and anise. It is commonly used in marinades and to flavor Indonesian dishes. It is to be kept in a cool dry place. It can be found in most Asian markets."

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  6. Die Pizza sieht echt schmackhaft aus. Davon würde ich auch gerne einmal ein Stück kosten.

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    1. Translation "the pizza looks really tasty. I would take it like once a piece also."

      Thank you!! It is so delicious :)

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