Kitchen Sink Pizza

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The name of this Kitchen Sink Pizza recipe is inspired by the old saying “everything but the kitchen sink,” which means it includes just about everything you could possibly think of. All the options for toppings make it easy to customize this pizza to your taste, and it’s a blast throwing everything on it! Recipe Submitted by Ann P. of New Caney, TX.

Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time35 mins
 2 loaves of frozen bread dough (thawed)
 1 cup pizza sauce
 ½ lb ground beef (browned and drained)
 1 tbsp italian seasoning
 1 package of pepperoni, canadian bacon, or chicken
 1 ¼ cups each: onions, black olives, green and red bell peppers, fresh mushrooms
 8 oz mozarella cheese
1

Place thawed bread dough on a large greased pizza pan. Cover with flour cloth and let rise until about doubled in size.

2

With greased fingers, spread dough out to fit pan, making a ridge at the edges. Spread pizza sauce over entire surface of dough and bake for five minutes, until dough begins to rise but is still soft.

3

Add each ingredient, one at a time, beginning with the meat (chicken, ground beef, bacon or pepperoni). Top pizza with the cheese and bake at 375° F until edges are brown and cheese is melted. Enjoy!

Ingredients

 2 loaves of frozen bread dough (thawed)
 1 cup pizza sauce
 ½ lb ground beef (browned and drained)
 1 tbsp italian seasoning
 1 package of pepperoni, canadian bacon, or chicken
 1 ¼ cups each: onions, black olives, green and red bell peppers, fresh mushrooms
 8 oz mozarella cheese

Directions

1

Place thawed bread dough on a large greased pizza pan. Cover with flour cloth and let rise until about doubled in size.

2

With greased fingers, spread dough out to fit pan, making a ridge at the edges. Spread pizza sauce over entire surface of dough and bake for five minutes, until dough begins to rise but is still soft.

3

Add each ingredient, one at a time, beginning with the meat (chicken, ground beef, bacon or pepperoni). Top pizza with the cheese and bake at 375° F until edges are brown and cheese is melted. Enjoy!

Kitchen Sink Pizza

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