salmon & peach pizza recipe


Salmon & Peach Pizza

Leftover mozzarella cheese and salmon on sale led to salmon & peach pizza for dinner tonight. By a stroke of genius, it seemed tasty to me to combine salmon with peach… and I turned out right! Here’s the recipe in two versions — the slightly more expensive one and the budget one.


  1. Frozen pizza crust or sliced bread
  2. Pasta/pizza sauce or tomato puree (I used Leggo’s wine-infused pasta sauce because it was on sale)
  3. Salmon fillet or canned sardine
  4. Canned peach halves (get the house brand such as Fairprice or First Choice)

Note: I chose sardine as a substitute because the fishy smell is what pairs off really nicely with the peaches. You may try with any other fish!


  1. Slice salmon finger-thick (you don’t want them thin and measly!)
  2. Massage salmon with salt, black pepper and basil leaves if you have them
  3. Leave them aside
  4. Preheat oven to 225 deg c
  5. (Here’s a good time to prepare your salad too if you are planning on one since the oven takes time to heat up)
  6. Smear sauce over pizza crust
  7. Slice each peach half into 4
  8. Lay it all down on the crust, as much as you want
  9. Sprinkle or smother with mozarella cheese
  10. Bake for about 8-10 minutes

6 responses »

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  2. That was an fantastic idea to pair the salmon/sardines with peaches on a pizza! We love all of them separately and the idea of having them all together on a pizza sounds delicious. Can’t wait to try it.

    Quick question – do you think fresh peaches would work? They are finally back in our grocery stores and can’t wait to try them.

    Although the only other change we will probably make is that we usually use tortilla wraps when we make pizza instead of dough although I think it should definitely work.

    Thanks again!

  3. Hey bodyhacker

    Great idea to stuff salmon and peaches into a tortilla, love that! I’m not sure about fresh peaches, though it sounds lovely, I think the texture might not work. Or you can poach in syrup to soften it?

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