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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Mexican Pizza

Not really Mexican, and perhaps not really pizza, but it tastes good. This is more of a method than a recipe.

Pizza Dough
Refried Beans (I cook up the pot beans in bacon grease or lard with lots of onion and ground pepper)
Salsa
Grated Cheese (I use a mix of cheddar and pepper jack)
Seasoned, Cooked Ground Beef
Sliced Peppers
Roughly Chopped Olives
Scallions
Sliced Tomatoes
Pickled Jalapenos

Roll out your dough, spread the refritos on it, spoon salsa over that. Sprinkle cheese over the top. Sprinkle the ground beef, sliced peppers, olives and sliced scallions (I just snip them over the top with scissors). Bake until crust is cooked and cheese melts to your liking. Serve with tomatoes and pickled jalapeno slices. Eat. The end.

These are guidelines, use what you have and like. It's a good way to use up extra beans, or to stretch only a little meat further. Our children universally like it.

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Comments:
This sounds great, but I tell you, no way Jose, can I get pizza dough to lay out. One end has holes, the other is 2 inches thick. I hate dealing with homemade pizza dough.
But I think I'd like it better on tostadas anyway... Kim
 
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