This tomato and onion pizza is a classic, easy, and simple recipe, with few ingredients and a somewhat acidic flavor. Regardless, it should be a nice pick if you’re craving for something easy to make!
To give additional flavor to this recipe, we recommend the use of pesto instead of the usual tomato sauce. Not only it’ll give a nice touch of herbs and basil, it also will ensure your pizza isn’t excessively filled with tomato. Here’s our basic pesto recipe, for your enjoyment!
There’s plenty of enjoyment to be found in even the easy recipes, so don’t let that dissuade you. After all, the most known pizza recipes are those that are easy to remember! Here’s the recipe now!
Tomato and Onion Recipe
- 1 cup pesto
- 1 cup mozzarella cheese grated
- 1 onion chopped
- 1 tomato sliced
- 1/4 cup olives sliced
- Preheat the oven at the highest temperature available — at least 450 °F
- Make sure the pesto you'll use isn't too watery. If you're satisfied with its consistency, spread it on the crust, don't leave anything but the edges of the rust uncovered.
- Make a layer with the tomato slices and the onion. We recommend you put the onion in the spaces between the tomato slices, instead of on them.
- Cover everything with the mozzarella cheese. When it melts, it'll form a layer coating the tomato and the onions.
- Distribute the olive slices all over the pizza. You can just leave them on the cheese or make them sink into the grated mozzarella.
- Bake in the oven for eight minutes — or until the crust is nicely cooked and the cheese has melted.
- Season the pizza with oregano, as much as you'd like.