Cast Iron Deep Dish Skillet Pizza after baking an additional 15 to 20 minutes at 425 degrees.
Does your family love homemade pizza? How about a Deep Dish Cast Iron Skillet Pizza? We love pizza! My teens love homemade pizza. They had rather have this homemade deep dish pizza than any other pizza. In the past, I made this pizza with my homemade pizza dough. Lately, I have made our pizza using frozen bread dough. It is really delicious, and easy to make! Homemade pizza is even easier to make using my cast iron skillet because I do not have to roll the dough out. All I have to do to get a pizza crust is allow the rolls to thaw out and rise and then flatten them using a glass. I use Rhodes frozen dinner rolls. My kids, especially my two 17-year-old boys, love a meat lovers pizza but you can add any of your favorite pizza toppings.
I know I promised you healthier recipes this month, but I still have teenage boys. They truly need their carbs and protein. Casey is extremely active with sports. He will burns off a piece of pizza in no time. He believes football and pizza go together, so like a good mother Cast Iron Deep Dish Skillet Pizza it is.
For a 10 inch cast iron skillet, I use 14 frozen dinner rolls. I also have an 8 inch skillet which I use about 12 frozen dinner rolls. I use Rhodes frozen dinner rolls.
Allow the rolls to rise according to the package.
Take the bottom of a glass and press the rolls flat. Take you fingers and press the rolls against the sides of the skillet. Use a fork and prink well.
Toppings we used for our Cast Iron Deep Dish Skillet Pizza.
Bake the crust for about 20 minutes at 400 degrees until light tan.
Spread pizza sauce on the bottom of the crust.
Bake your bacon in the oven. See my oven baked bacon directions!! I added a layer of crumbled bacon. After adding the cheese on top, season well with Paul Prudhomme’s Pizza & Pasta Magic. I truly love this seasoning.
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