I love it how you can make a vegan version of almost anything nowadays. This vegan tuna pizza with black olives is yet another great example of that. It doesn’t only have vegan tuna on it, but also vegan cheddar. You don’t need to miss out on your Tuna Melt cravings when you’re eating lactose-free or vegan. On this page I’m sharing the recipe for vegan tuna pizza with black olives.
For this recipe I used a store-bought pizza base. I like to eat pizza when I don’t feel like cooking, so then I’m also not in the mood to make my own pizza dough. But if you’re in for making your own pizza dough, then you can do that first and use the rest of the recipe to top your own pizza base.
There are several brands that sell vegan tuna nowadays. For this pizza I used the fish-free tuna of Seasogood. A Dutch brand that sells vegan tuna in cans. These cans have a long expiration date, so you can always have one ready in your pantry. You can buy the Seasogood fish-free tuna at Albert Heijn and Plus supermarkets in the Netherlands.
This pizza also has vegan cheddar cheese on it. There are also several brands selling vegan cheese. One of my favorites is vegan grated cheddar from Albert Heijn.
Recipe vegan tuna pizza
Ingredients (1 pizza):
1 pizza base with tomato sauce
1/2 red onion, thinly sliced
1 can (135 grams) vegan tuna
100 gram grated vegan cheddar cheese
2 tablespoons black olives
1 tablespoon capers
Pre-heat the oven to 220 ᵒC.
Top the pizza: divide the red onion rings and the fish-free tuna over the pizza base, followed by the cheddar cheese, olives and capers. Put the pizza on a parchment lined baking sheet and bake for 8-10 minutes in the oven until the pizza is golden-brown and crispy.
Cut the pizza in slices and serve.
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