• Steve Lynn

Vegan Nacho Pizza

When I told my wife of the concept of Nacho Pizza, she wasn't impressed. In truth, the concept of it made her a bit sick to her stomach. It is a pizza that could only be born in North America; no self respecting Italian is going to be serving Nacho Pizza, let alone Vegan Nacho Pizza. And while my wife isn't Italian, she does have the more classic take on Pizza that dominates the European landscape, thin crust, one to three toppings and made fresh. Actually that kind of pizza is pretty damn good but sometimes one needs to double down on something that isn't that healthy and embrace the insanity.

Step one of any good recipe is turn up your favorite Josh Ritter album as loud as you can.

Step two is make yourself a little Salsa and Guacamole.

Here's how:


4-5 small to medium tomatoes, seeds removed and diced finely

1/4 of a large onion, diced to approx the same size of tomato dice

1/2 lime, juiced

Parsley, finely cut and to your own desire

Salt, to your preference

Cumin, a good pinch

Dried Chilies (not the same as chili powder)

Mix to all together and let sit for at least an hour


1 large very ripe Avacado

1/2 lime, juiced

Salt to taste

1/2 tsp of cumin

Use a fork and mix avocado until it breaks down to a sauce. Add remaining ingredients and let sit for at least 10 minutes.

Step 3.

Take about 500g of pizza dough (bought or fresh made) the choice is yours...

Add pizza sauce:

Crushed tomato








Mix together. Amounts of each are personal preference.

Step 4

Finely dice the following:


Red Peppers

Green Olives

Chili Peppers