If you like pulled pork and you want to try some new combinations with it, then you came to the right place. I am not much of a beef fan, but pork… oh man, I can write poems about it. However, my blog is about cooking :P and I was thinking the other day, what if you add pulled pork to a pizza. Well, this is the result. Enjoy, I certainly did :).
I’m not going through every step because it is basically the same idea like my other pizzas, but I will definitely post a couple of pictures to make you want to bake it yourself. :)
Now, get the dough ready onto your pizza dish. If you are using my Easy Pizza Dough Recipe you will make enough dough for three medium pizzas. My dish is 12.5 inches in diameter (32 cm) and I don’t usually like a lot of bread in my pizza so I try to make the crust as thin as possible.
Add your favorite pizza sauce and mozzarella.
Next step is the star ingredient of this pizza, the pulled pork. Add as much as you want.
Add some olives and mushrooms for the fun of it, a few sliced Campari tomatoes and if you really feel adventurous, add a little bit of fried pancetta. No bacon this time (well it is a kind of bacon still :P).
When you are done baking, this is what you’ll get. Imagine for second, I did eat this beauty not long ago ;).
- Â½ cup Pizza Sauce
- 3 Campari Tomatoes, sliced
- 1 or 1.7 oz (30 or 50g) Pancetta
- 1 cup Mozzarella
- Â½ cup Mushrooms, sliced
- Â½ cup Olives, sliced
- 1 or 1.7 oz (30 or 50g) Pulled Pork
- Roll out the pizza dough and stretch it on a pizza pan or anything that might work for you.
- Preheat oven to 500Â° F / 260Â° C.
- Fry the pancetta and get all the other ingredients ready. I assume you already have the pulled pork done. It will take at least a day to prepare by itself.
- Assemble the pizza now. Start with the sauce, mozzarella and everything else. I usually put the sauce first because the crust is pretty thin and it might get hard like a biscuit if you don't use the sauce to keep it relatively moist.
- Bake it for 15 to 20 minutes and enjoy.