Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Italian Mushroom Pepperoni Sausage Four Cheese Pie

Our first course before a holiday meal... of course there are 12 more in an Italian household  (smile)


1/2 lb hot loose italian sausage cooked and drained
1 pastry crust deep dish
12 slices of pepperoni chopped
1 small can mushrooms drained
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
eggs
1/2 cup ricotta cheese
1/2 cup whipping cream
1 teaspoon oregano, parsley 
1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1/2 cup shredded provolone

In a medium size bowl beat eggs and cream together. Add all cheeses, mix in meats, seasonings together. Pour into pie shell and bake at 400 degree hot oven,  until browned on top around an hour. Serve warm.

35 comments:

Tina said...

I can imagine what the inside of this looks like-creamy and delicious. Your instructions of three sentences to prepare is a great bonus. Have a nice day Claudia!

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow...that's a wonderful pie recipe dear....i just love all those ingredients going in there....specially all the 4 cheese :-)

Greg said...

This looks like a great recipe to serve before sending people out Black Friday shopping. Give them some strength to lift all of those packages. Speaking of Black Friday, good luck with your store.

Trix said...

Wow, when I read the title of this post I thought you meant pizza pie, but you meant pie!!! Oh my gosh, it looks so good and such a perfect holiday dish!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Well, wo cares if you don't do tables...just bring all your yumminess and I'll set the table!!
This pie looks wow, inside it must be so moist full of chees! Thanks for sharing and I wil let you know! Loved your visit. FABBY

Curt said...

Oh my, all that cheese and pepperoni. Whenever I order pizza, it's always extra cheese with pepperoni!

Awesome recipe!

Ylenia said...

Really delicious. Thanks for your visit :)

Cookin' Canuck said...

You have put almost all of my favorite ingredients in one lip-smacking pie. This sounds fantastic, Claudia!

Pretend Chef said...

What a fantastic recipe. This looks so delicious. I bet the flavors are amazing.

Rachelle said...

Now that is a meat pie I can like. Can't wait to try it.

Lana @ Never Enough Thyme said...

What a pie! I'd be done after the first course with this delicious recipe!

Drick said...

another great one Claudia, I like this in the deep crust, and with a regular pastry too - 12 courses, I can see ya'll do not go hungry for sure...

Sippity Sup said...

Pie Oh My! Should I say that four times? GREG

Cucina49 said...

Oh, this looks so good! There are days I wish I was from an Italian family.

Vicki Bensinger said...

This looks like a cheesy and substantial pizza. My favorite food is pizza. I've never tried one I didn't like.

Claudia said...

There are and this one's fantastic! Has a bit of Pizza Rustica going for it. The mouse in me swoons at all the cheeses!

Lizzy said...

Oh, my gosh, this looks amazing, Claudia!!! Who needs turkey with this fabulous pie? You Italians know how to celebrate :)

Sherry said...

OMG! This looks awesome. It has to be delish.

anthony stemke said...

What a great first course. And then eleven more? Mama Mia.

Reeni said...

This sounds incredible Claudia! Skip the turkey I could be happy with just this!

Ann said...

Wow - this looks amazing! I just read this entire post to my husband and now we're both drooling and hungry!

Daniela said...

Una ricetta favolosa, complimenti.
Ciao Daniela.

BigBearswife said...

yum!

Segments of Life said...

I love how your food is always so delicious and simple! Leave it up to you to decide the meal of the day for my family! ;)

Magic of Spice said...

What a great idea...looks amazing and can have so may variations :) Love this :)

Kiri W. said...

That looks like the kind of comfort food I need today, but shouldn't have because I'm already having stomach issues. Sigh. It looks marvelous.

Catherine said...

Dear Claudia, This is perfect with a beautiful salad. My grandmother would say,"who is living better than us?" Blessings, Catherine xo

Jennifer said...

Oh good grief! That looks ridiculously good! I made quiche as well and will post a respectable time distance from yours - mine looks nothing like that! ;)

Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. said...

This sounds wonderful! And I loved your comment on eating this as a first course. We always start our holidays with an Italian course too :)

Suzi said...

Sounds delicious and more like the meal instead of just the first course. Happy Thanksgiving!

Eliotseats said...

My hubby would love this. This may be our first course too!

Sandra said...

Stunning, delicious and mouthwatering pie that I would love to eat any giving day!:))) fantastic recipe Claudia!

redkathy said...

Ooohhh Claudia, this is an awesome ricotta pie! Our family makes something similar. Gonna try yours this week.

Good luck with the crowds this shopping season, don't work too hard :)

Kelsey said...

Bookmarking. I want this one now! lol

Kelsey said...

I made this for my parents tonight -- the loved it! Especially my dad. I'll be sending you some link love soon.