Vietnamese Pizza (inspired by the traditional Vietnamese dish “Banh Trang Nuong”)

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Portfolio Diet Score: 3.5 points per serving

  • Nuts & Seeds: 1 point
  • Plant Protein: 0.5 point
  • Viscous Fibre: 1 point
  • Oils (MUFAs): 1 point

Nutrition Information

Calories224 kcalMonounsaturated Fat3.8 g
Protein9.2 gPolyunsaturated Fat3.6 g
Bean Protein0.6 gTotal Carbohydrate24.7 g
Soy Protein4.7 gDietary Fibre
Fat9.7 gViscous Fibre
Saturated Fat1.6 g
(1 serving – 200 g): 1 pizza

Vietnamese Pizza (inspired by the traditional Vietnamese dish “Banh Trang Nuong”)

Difficulty: Advanced Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 30 min Total Time 40 mins Servings: 4 Calories: 224 kcal (per serving)

Description

Portfolio Diet Score: 3.5 points per serving

  • Nuts & Seeds: 1 point
  • Plant Protein: 0.5 point
  • Viscous Fibre: 1 point
  • Oils (MUFAs): 1 point

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C).

  2. In a small bowl, marinate tempeh with tamari, maple syrup, and paprika. On a baking sheet, lined with parchment paper, bake the tempeh in the oven for
    about 15 minutes or until the liquid has been absorbed by the tempeh.

  3. In a small frying pan, heat canola oil over medium heat. Sauté shallots for 3 minutes or until they turn light golden Remove from pan and strain. Use the same pan to sauté garlic for 1 minute until fragrant. Set aside.

  4. In a small bowl, mix all dry ingredients for the batter, then, add soy milk, water, and mix well. Let it rest for a minute.

  5. In a medium skillet, place a rice paper and spread the batter evenly on it. Over medium heat, toast it for 10 minutes or until the bottom of rice paper turns brown.

  6. While it is toasting, top with tempeh “bacon”, sautéed shallots and garlic, and green onion.

  7. Once done, remove from heat and top with sunflower seeds and cashew cream sauce.

Note

  • Most of the ingredients can be sourced in a Chinese market.
  • The shallot infused oil can be reserved and used in other recipes.
  • The batter can be too thick if it sits for a long time. Mix it with more water if needed.
Keywords: Nuts & Seeds, Plant Protein, Viscous Fibre, Oils (MUFAs)

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