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Bitta Pitta

After a long week of rugby, Harry playing in a tournament and winning, we decided it was time to do a little bit of lite cooking that you and yours can make in next to no time and the kids will love these tasty alternatives. They are so quick and easy you can prep them before the big game this weekend and cook them at half time for all the kids to share.

Fronkalicious Pitta Pizzas

You will need:

  • A pack of wholemeal pitta bread
  • 100g lardons, fried until nicely crispy
  • Thinly sliced mixed peppers
  • 175g tomato puree
  • 250g mozzarella cheese
  • 100g sweet corn
  • 335g cherry tomatoes thinly sliced

Heat oven to 200c, cut pitta bread in half horizontally and place on baking tray, spread on  tomato puree and add all your other ingredients as you would like them to appear, maybe a funny face or minecraft cube, leave it up to your little one to decide.

Cook for around 10 mins until nice a gooey……….

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Here’s a few pizza facts to talk about whilst the pizza is cooking….

Did you know?

The first known pizza shop was the Port ‘Alba in Naples, which opened in 1830 and is still open today.

Pizza spread to America, England, France, and Spain but it was little-known in these countries until World War II. In occupying Italian territory, many American and European soldiers tasted pizza.

In America, Italian immigrants sold pizza in their stores and the first pizzeria was opened in 1905 by Gennuardo Lombardi at 53 1/3 Spring Street in New York City. The origin of the word pizza is uncertain. It is Italian for ‘pie’ and may have come from Latin pix‘pitch’ or Greek pitta.

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