Tuna Florentine Pizza with Lemon Dill Aioli

Now you are really going to think I have lost my mind! Bear with me, I promise, you will love this Tuna Florentine Pizza with Lemon Dill Aioli!

Tuna Pizza with Lemon Dill Aioli

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This pizza tastes amazingly like a Grilled Tuna and Cheese Sandwich! It is cheesy, it has aioli and tuna. How could it not? How could it not be good, I mean, it does consist of pizza dough, too!

This month we wanted to come up a different use for use tuna. That, we certainly accomplished! My husband actually thought of the idea. I turned up my nose when he first suggested it, but the more I thought about it, the thought grew on me. I knew I didn’t want to use a marinara, so came up with this aioli.

It is super easy because of a new yeast that I found a month or so ago. It’s Fleischmann’s Pizza Crust Yeast. I just mixed it up in my trusty Kichen Aid Mixer with the dough hook attachment. The dough was perfect! There is less spring back than you will get from traditional bread yeast, so it lays out however thin you might like it!

I even cheated on the aioli and used store bought mayonnaise, just added some fresh dill and the juice of half of a lemon. Therefore that took about 2 minutes.

So by the time the Kitchen aid had kneaded the yeast, I was ready to put the pizza together.

This pizza is so good! Keep an open mind and give this Tuna Florentine Pizza try!

Enjoy! And have fun cooking!


Tuna Florentine Pizza with Lemon, dill aioli
5 from 2 votes

Tuna Florentine Pizza with Lemon Dill Aioli

This pizza tastes like a tuna melt on steroids!

Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings 1 12" pie
Calories 405 kcal
Author Binky


  • 1 pizza dough (homemade or store bought)
  • 3/4 c . mayonnaise
  • juice of 1/2 of a lemon
  • 2 Tbsp . fresh dill , chopped
  • 1 small can tuna , drained
  • large handful fresh spinach , chopped
  • 4 slices American cheese
  • about 1.5 c. mozzarella Cheese , grated


  1. Link for homemade pizza dough is below this recipe.
  2. Roll out homemade dough to about 12" round.
  3. Par bake dough, on pizza stone, if you have them or sheet pan about 10 minutes, at 450°F.
  4. Top par baked dough with aioli. Sprinkle tuna on top of aioli. Top tuna with spinach and both cheeses.
  5. Bake for another 15 minutes, until desired brownness on top.

Here is the link for homemade pizza dough.

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28 thoughts on “Tuna Florentine Pizza with Lemon Dill Aioli

    1. Binky Post author

      Like I said, I thought it was a crazy idea that just might work! It totally does! Tastes just like grilled tuna and cheese! Thanks, Tara!

  1. Kristina @ Love & Zest

    What a unique recipe! I saw the name of the recipe and was unsure myself but when I looked the pictures and read the process, I’m feeling a different kind of way! It sounds like it’s delicious! I think I have to try this!

    1. Binky Post author

      Is it? That’s interesting! I thought it was a crazy idea but certainly proved myself wrong! Thanks for your comment, Julia!

  2. [email protected]

    It doesn’t really sound weird to me but I love creating different unusual pizza combinations. I think this looks and sounds great.

    1. Binky Post author

      I love trying new and different pizza combinations, too! They are so much more versatile than pepperoni and cheese!!


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