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.
- * 14 Frozen Dinner Rolls if using a 10 inch Cast Iron Skillet. I use Rhodes Dinner Rolls.
- Toppings for this Deep Dish Meat Lovers Pizza
- * 6 pieces of cooked hard crumbled bacon
- * Pound ground sausage - browned and drained
- * Pepperoni as needed
- * 1/2 cup Pizza Sauce
- * 2 cups shredded Mozzarella, Italian, cheddar, or a combination of these cheeses.
- * Italian Seasonings - I use Paul Prudomme's Pizza Pasta Magic.
- Place 14 frozen dinner rolls into a 10 inch cast iron skillet that has been rubbed with a little vegetable oil.
- Allow rolls to thaw and rise as directed on the package.
- After they rise, press them down into the skillet using a glass. Use your fingers to press the rolls up the sides of the skillet.
- Use a fork, and prick the dough all over.
- Bake at 425 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes until lightly tan.
- Spread pizza sauce on the bottom of the dough after removing from the oven.
- Layer all the toppings.
- Add the cheese on top of all the toppings.
- Season well!! Paul Prudomme's Pizza Pasta Magic.
- Bake 425 degrees about 15 to 20 additional minutes.
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