Thai Pork Pizza

Thai Pork Pizza from Gourmet Done Skinny

My Thai Pork Pizza is a unique combination of my Homemade Hoisin Sauce, my Kalua Pork, fresh ginger, onions, garlic, cilantro and cabbage. These pizzas make up very quickly if you have the pizza dough in the freezer and the Kalua pork already made. You can also use cooked chicken in place of the pork. This recipe is for 4 but you could easily do it for more or less people. The secret ingredient in this recipe is the homemade hoisin sauce.

Why do I have two pizza dough recipes listed?

Originally when I created this Thai Pork Pizza I used my Whole Wheat Pizza dough recipe. While this is a good recipe, I recently have created my Homemade Thin Crust Pizza dough recipe using 00 Caputo flour (paid link) which results in a much better crust. This crust can stretch super thin, so it’s a much bigger pizza and you can add more healthy toppings. While making the Thai pizza with the newer crust results in 13 WW Freestyle Smart Points vs the original 9 using the old crust, this pizza is much bigger and instead of eating the whole pizza, just eat a few pieces. You’ll love the new crust much better I think.

Thai Pork pizza on a plate

Thai Pork Pizza

Amy Lawrence
My Thai Pork Pizza is a unique combination of my Homemade Hoisin Sauce, Kalua Pork, fresh ginger, onions, garlic, cilantro and cabbage. These pizzas make up very quickly if you have the pizza dough in the freezer and the Kalua pork already made.  You can use cooked chicken as well or even make it vegetarian. The secret ingredient in this recipe is the homemade hoisin sauce.
Weight Watchers Points: 13 Freestyle Smart Points per individual pizza if using my Homemade Thin Crust recipe or 9 Smart Points per individual pizza if using my Whole Wheat Pizza Crust
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Servings 4
Calories 361 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 4 pizza dough crusts thawed See my Homemade Thin Crust Pizza dough (preferred or my whole wheat pizza dough recipe)
  • 4 oz of Kalua Pork cooked and shredded ( 1 oz per person)
  • 4 T. Homemade Hoisin Sauce See recipe
  • 2 c. mushrooms chopped and sauteed in skillet or roasted or fresh
  • 1 c. carrot shredded
  • 1/2 c. cabbage green or red, finely shredded
  • 1/2 c. cilantro finely chopped
  • 1/2 c. green onion finely chopped
  • 1/4 c. red onion finely chopped
  • 1 jalapeno finely chopped
  • 4 garlic cloves finely chopped
  • 4 oz shredded mozzarella part skim 1 oz per person
  • salt and pepper

Instructions
 

  • Thaw out pizza dough on counter early in day, at least 3 hours ahead of time.
  • Preheat oven with pizza stone (paid link) to highest setting 500°. If you don’t have a pizza stone (paid link), preheat to 450°.
  • Roll out dough and place on a pizza stone (paid link) or baking sheet (paid link) with parchment.
  • Bake pizza crusts for about 5 minutes, just until baked but not brown.
  • Take out of oven.
  • Spread 1 T. hoisin sauce over evenly over each crust.
  • Divide up remaining ingredients among pizzas with cheese being the last ingredient.
  • Bake again for about 5 minutes or until done.

Notes

These go super fast if you already have the dough in the freezer and you have leftover Kalua Pork). You can also use cooked chicken breasts, in place of pork. This lowers the Smart Point count to 7 points per pizza.

Nutrition

Serving: 1pizzaCalories: 361kcalCarbohydrates: 50.8gProtein: 23.4gFat: 7.8gSaturated Fat: 3.8gCholesterol: 42.2mgSodium: 513.5mgFiber: 5.3gSugar: 4.3gVitamin A: 466.6IUVitamin C: 18.8mg
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Amy Lawrence

Amy Lawrence is passionate about good food, losing and maintaining weight. She has combined her talents and love of cooking to produce delicious healthy recipes to help her followers stay on track. A military brat who has lived all over the U.S and Germany is an example for women who have had many successful careers in life, including special ed teacher, tea room owner, cookbook author, and publisher.

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