I use the word ‘sketch’ a lot. That’s so sketch. He is so sketch. Does this make me look sketch? This area seems sketch. That courtroom sketch artist didn’t get my not-guilty face quite right. Sketch… sketch… sketch…
I thought maybe putting tofu on pizza would be sketch. Luckily, it turns out that tofu pizza is far from sketch.
Question: What is the opposite of sketch?
Answer: Tofu BBQ Pineapple Pizza
Source: Me (and most pizza places)
1 recipe crust (Try Homemade)
1/2C BBQ Sauce (Try Homemade)
1/4 block extra-firm tofu, drained and pressed
red pepper, seeded and diced (~ 1/4 of a red pepper)
red onion, sliced very thinly (~ 1/4 of a red onion)
fresh or canned pineapple (you only need a few pieces)
grated mozzarella cheese (~1/2C or more depending on taste) or Daiya (if making vegan)
To prepare tofu: Take drained, pressed tofu and crumble it into small pieces. Place on baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Broil for 5-7 minutes, stirring halfway through to avoid overcooking. Once cooled, I combined a few tablespoons of bbq sauce with crumbled, cooked tofu.
Preheat oven to 425 (or whatever the crust you are using requires for temperature). To prepare, flatten/shape pizza dough. Spread a layer of BBQ sauce onto crust. Sprinkle crust with mozzarella cheese or dairy-free cheese if making vegan pizza. To your liking, add additional toppings (i.e. bbq tofu pieces, pineapple, red pepper, and red onion). Cook pizza for 12-15 minutes (follow the dough directions).
This one is a keeper. Yum.