The best vegan tomato and red onion flatbread pizza

4 slices of flatbread pizza loaded with vegetables

This middle-eastern inspired flatbread hits all those flavor notes and is easy to make when time is short. The sliced heirloom tomatoes and red onions give it a fresh flavor and it is a tastier and healthier alternative when you're craving flatbread pizza.



For the flatbreads

For the yogurt base

For the topping


Make the flatbread

  1. Mix together the baking powder, sugar, both flours and the salt. Stir in the yogurt and stir again. Dust flour on your surface and empty the mixture out onto it and knead for 90 seconds. Divide into 2, place in freezer bags and place in the fridge while your prepare the rest of the dish.

Make the yogurt for the base

  1. Add all the yogurt base ingredients to a bowl and stir to combine. Set aside.

Make the topping

  1. Mix together the sumac, garlic, chili, coriander, cumin, olive oil and salt. You want a thick paste but it should be a pourable consistency.
  2. Add the tomatoes, cucumber and onions to a large bowl and coat everything in the spice mix we made in the previous step.

Cooking and assembly

  1. Return to your flatbread dough and roll out each piece of dough into a thin ircle. You want the dough to be about 1/6" thick.
  2. Heat a couple of tbsp of oil in a skillet and cook each flatbread piece for about 2 mins on each side or until golden in color.
  3. Layer the yogurt mixture onto each flatbread and top with the tomatoes, onions and cucumber. Eat whilst warm.