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Pizza Crust Stuffing

Nov 23, 2020Posted by guestchefPrint

If you love pizza, and you love Thanksgiving, here is a fun way to combine the two! Mark and Jenny Bello of Pizza School NYC have concocted a delicious recipe that puts a new twist on a classic stuffing combination. By first baking pizza dough with onions for the bread element, you get a perfect flavor infusion built into the base of this stuffing mix that really takes it up a notch. Add in sausage, sage, and a broth of your choice, and you are in for a moist stuffing side dish that will accent any meal!

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE for a step by step demonstration, or find the written instructions below:

Pizza Crust Stuffing in Progress

 

 

diced pizza crust with baked onion
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With roasted onions, sausage, and sage, this Pizza Crust Stuffing from the team at PIzza School NYC is an out of the box way to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday (or any special meal!)
Cook Time
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diced pizza crust with baked onion
Pizza Crust Stuffing
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With roasted onions, sausage, and sage, this Pizza Crust Stuffing from the team at PIzza School NYC is an out of the box way to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday (or any special meal!)
Cook Time
Apx 50 min
Cook Time
Apx 50 min
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Instructions
  1. Preheat your kitchen oven as hot as it goes on BAKE (Typically 500° to 550°F/260° to 290°C) or fire your wood fired oven and let the temperature come down to between 500° and 600°F
  2. Chop onions
  3. Scatter onions on doughs stretched on a pan/screen/or peel
  4. Bake 8 to 15 minutes ‘til golden brown
  5. Cut pizza into a grid and transfer to a baking sheet
    diced pizza crust with baked onion
  6. Add sausage
  7. All goes back in the oven ‘til roasty/toasty brown
    Tray of pizza dough and dry stuffing
  8. Snip on sage with a pair of kitchen shears
  9. Transfer all to a dutch oven or another covered baking vessel
  10. Add broth, stir to moisten mix
  11. Cover & bake for about 20 minutes
  12. Stir and serve!
Recipe Notes

Pizza School NYC currently offers in-person and virtual pizza making classes for home chefs and groups. Since opening, they have instructed over 50,000 students and would love to work with you! You can learn more about their classes and register on their website:  www.pizzaschool.com.

You can also watch their 2020 extended interview on Pizza Talk with host, Peter Reinhart by CLICKING HERE.

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