Posted: 10/6/2010 9:45:59 AM
On Fridays we like to have "Family Night" and try to include a meal that is quick & easy to make so the kids can help. This recipe was perfect & very good. We did have to add more mushrooms & black olives to take the place of the green peppers our 7 y/o is allergic to. Other than that we stuck to the recipe and we all loved it.
Posted: 7/16/2010 5:18:42 PM
This is good but it is easy to get burnt on. Next time we'll do just pepperoni and cheese.
Posted: 10/23/2009 4:45:39 PM
This pizza is quite simple to make and delicious. I used pasta sauce instead of pizza sauce and added some italian seasoning. I opted to omit the mushrooms and tomatoes. However, after adding the meat sauce over the crust & cheese, I added pepperoni and the sliced olives and THEN topped with cheese. My husband truly enjoyed in and said it was better than a place that has execellent pizza. I'm not sure I did that great of a job, but I surely enjoyed the compliment.
Posted: 9/12/2009 6:04:26 PM
Absolutely the Best. Make this at least once or twice a month, just for us or for company. Company ALWAYS asks for the recipe. I have used both hot and sweet sausage, a can of drained, diced tomatoes, fresh or canned mushrooms, diced regular onion in with the green peppers. We like the thin crust dough better than the regular. I also cook it in a 8 x 12 pan. My favorite recipe found on the internet!!!!!!
Posted: 7/15/2008 10:50:14 PM
I put the dough in a round aluminum disposable pan, 8 inches in diameter with up-right edges. Then I brushed the dough with olive oil, added my own recipe sauce and topped it with mozzarella, mushrooms, pepperoni and Parmesan cheese. I cooked it in an old fashioned Dutch oven heated to roughly 300 degrees with the lid on. Check it after the first 10 minutes if you are unsure of the heat so you donâ€™t burn it. When the top cheese is browning and the pepperoni is done the pizza is done. Remove it from the oven and let cool for about 4 minutes before cutting. Then bite the pizza. You can cook about any Pillsbury product in a Dutch oven over coals. I know, I have done it!
Lisa in Florida said:
Posted: 6/3/2008 9:39:39 PM
Delicious! My husband and I really liked this recipe. (I must admit that I used my own homemade dough.) I think next time I would use more cheese because it wasn't quite detectable.
Posted: 4/27/2008 7:47:07 AM
WOW!!! My kids are REALLY finicky, when it comes to pizza toppings! But they ate EVERY bite of this, and wanted MORE!
I have ate pizza that tastes worse than this great pizza, and paid a lot more for it!
Pillsbury, YOU definitely have a HIT here!
Chef Mary said:
Posted: 3/3/2008 12:48:01 PM
This is the second pizza recipe, & I found this one to be a good as the Candian Bacon & Pineapple one. We use to buy Carry-out pizza, then went to frozen pizzas,but, after trying these recipes, no more carry-out or frozen ones. These have great taste & are so easy to make. I've started keeping the pizza crust & cheeses on hand, so, I can make a pizza whenever we have a taste for one or don't want to cook. Thannks for the recipes.
Posted: 1/17/2008 6:05:44 PM
Since I found this recipe, we no longer make frozen pizza. It is easy to make and quick. It can be easily adapted for your taste with other ingredients. For example, tonight I made it with brats and pepperoni for the the meat. Yum!
Posted: 12/28/2007 10:20:44 AM
You forgot the pepperoni and jalapenos for a truly flavorful pizza!