Taste kinda like pizza with no crust. It's going to taste awesome even if the first few times look a little ugly. A Pizzadad pep talk: You're not going to be great at this right away, and that's kind of the secret to making good pizza. Stick with it, realize no one gives a shit what it looks like if it tastes good, and you'll improve a bunch along the way.
With "barely any sauce" and a "super-generic taste," this pizza reminded one taster of "grade school greasy cafeteria pizza." One tester, though, did put it at. Yes, it really was that good! We felt like after we ate most of our slices, we had a bonus breadstick. You can have Taste kinda like pizza with no crust using 11 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Taste kinda like pizza with no crust
- You need of eggplant, aubergine.
- You need of pepperoni chopped.
- You need of pork trimmings.
- Prepare of diced tomatoes.
- Prepare of black ripened olives.
- You need of olive juice from can.
- You need of dehydrated onions.
- You need of colby and monterrey jack cheese shredded.
- You need of vegetable oil.
- You need of salt.
- Prepare of granulated garlic powder.
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Taste kinda like pizza with no crust step by step
- Chop the pork and pepperoni. Heat oil add them to oil fry crispy..
- Peel and dice eggplant. Add to pan sauté 7 minutes, then add olive juices.
- Add salt, pepper, and garlic. Mix well add onions, olives, and then tomatoes..
- Let simmer stirring occasionally till eggplant is done. Add cheese on top cover and remove from heat..
- Let sit covered 5 minutes. Serve, hope you enjoy!.
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