Tuna olive rocket pizza

Tuna olive rocket and cherry tomato pizza

Tuna olive rocket and cherry tomato pizza

With rich fruity olives, peppery rocket, bursts of sweetness intermingled with tuna chunks, this tuna olive rocket and cherry tomato pizza is a must-try. Also, try making your own pizza base. We have a recipe for that right here.

Tuna olive rocket pizza

When Italian is on the menu make sure you look at this recipe.

Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

Safcol tuna is a great protein to use for its highly healthy animal fats. Tuna has a heart-healthy fat called omega-3 fat rather than the saturated fat which promotes unhealthy cholesterol levels.

The tomatoes provide vitamin C which not only helps support an optimal immune system function but is needed to make collagen. Collagen is needed in your ligaments, tendons, skin, and gums. Tomatoes are also a good source of potassium to help lower blood pressure.

Extra virgin olive oil has 36 different antioxidants as well as another heart-healthy fat known as monounsaturated fat. Olives are a great source of vitamin E which acts as an antioxidant in your body and helps to keep your skin looking youthful. Garlic provides allicin which helps to keep your immune system working at its best. Rocket leaves provide even more antioxidants to this meal.

Cheese and tuna are good sources of vitamin B12 and choline to support the normal functioning of your central nervous system. Iodine and selenium assist your thyroid to produce hormones, to keep your entire body functioning at its best. This is more than your everyday pizza.

If you’re looking to make a homemade pizza base too, here’s one. It’s a basic olive oil pizza dough which is super easy to make.

Pizza Dough - Pizza base


If you like tuna, be sure to check out our tuna recipes page for more inspiration!

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