Deepdish Puff Pastry Pizza Pie. Cover with puff pastry. cut around the edge of the pie plate and crimp edges to seal. Beat egg and water to make egg wash and brush on top then cut slit on top to vent. When thawed, carefully open the sheet, then slice it in half down the middle.
The 'puff' makes for a delicate crust and requires that you cut it into small pieces. I forgot to poke holes in the dough and it poofed up until it cooled. The mildly sweet and savory char siu (Chinese bbq pork) filling inside flaky pastry shell are just to die for. You can cook Deepdish Puff Pastry Pizza Pie using 7 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Deepdish Puff Pastry Pizza Pie
- It’s of Puff Pastry Sheets.
- It’s of Ricotta Cheese.
- Prepare of Tomatoe Sauce (your favorite kind).
- Prepare of Sweet Italian Sausage Links.
- You need of Italian Cheese Blend.
- It’s of Egg.
- Prepare of Water.
They make great snacks, or even meals, any time of the day. I used pie crust for this recipe. Cut the pastry to fit over the opening of your pot pie pan. Remove the puff pastry from the refrigerator.
Deepdish Puff Pastry Pizza Pie instructions
- Preheat oven to 350°F..
- Cook sausage links. Let cool then slice..
- Grease a 9in pie plate. put 1 puff pastry sheet on top and stretch to cover..
- Cover bottem in desired amount of ricotta cheese..
- Add desired amount of sauces..
- Cover with a layer sausage..
- Top with cheese..
- Cover with puff pastry. cut around the edge of the pie plate and crimp edges to seal..
- Beat egg and water to make egg wash and brush on top then cut slit on top to vent..
- Bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown..
- Let sit 5 minutes to cool before cutting..
I also used ready-made puff pastry to keep things quick and easy – feel free to make your own if you're feeling braver than me! It matches nicely with most pizza toppings and is one of the easiest bases you will ever make. You can do any topping combination for these pizzas. However, if you do not feel like thinking, I have a couple of great examples in this recipe. A generous amount of butter gets worked into the dough, which may or may not include yeast for leavening.