Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Curt's Italian Stuffed Pizza Pizzone Pie

Not sure where my son picked this name Pizzone, but it fit, so that's what it is (smile)

I love that it's kind of a pie, top and bottom crust, it's more like a pot pie pizza~


Depending on what you like the skies the limit and just a little each below is all you need in this pizza.

You will need to stuff your pizza :

  1 pound of homemade pizza dough or store bought
  parchment paper
  1 deep dish pie plate up to 10 inch max size
  1 tablespoon or more of your favorites chopped: olives, peppers, eggplant, mushrooms, escarole,  spinach
  1 cup of packaged or cooked meats: sausage, pepperoni, ham, capicola, meatball, steak, anchovies,  shrimp
 1 cup shredded mozzarella
 2 tablespoons grated romano cheese
 1/2 cup pizza sauce or tomato sauce

 On a large cutting board, cut dough in half. Roll dough out to fit the pie plate up to 10 inches. Line the  pie plate   with parchment paper. Place dough on the paper. Fill with your favorite filling and sauce. Roll the other half of the dough. Place on top of this dough. Press the edges lightly. They will cook together in the over.
Brush top with extra virgin olive oil, sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.
You can add spices to the top, garlic powder, parsley and oregano evenly would be my preference.
Bake on 400 degree preheated oven until browned on top around 45 minutes.
Serve with more sauce to dip in.

Want some more pizza idea?

Pizza Dough
Sausage Roll
Pizza Fritta
Bread Crumbs
Pizza with Roasted Peppers
Foccacia with Zucchini and Tomato
Calzones
Bagel Pizza
Buffalo Chicken Pizza
Grilled Pizza
Crescent Roll Pizza
Spinach and Cheese Calzone
Broccoli Rabe Mushroom Marsala Pizza

16 comments:

Federica said...

This pizza is absolutely gorgeous ^_^ Bye have a good day

Angie's Recipes said...

A cheesy pizza pie is exactly what I need for the lunch!

Greg said...

Wow! That is one large slice of pizza. Love it when the stuffing is oozing out the sides.

Alida said...

Hey I like this pizzone! Molto originale. I get so hungry when I visit your blog!

Tina said...

This pizzone does look delicious! The best part is that the breading is not real thick. After all, the filling is really what you want to get a bite of. This is a much easier alternative to making pizza. Well done! Glad to see more of Curts creations on your blog Claudia!

The Mom Chef said...

Pizzone is the perfect name for that! Wow, it looks amazing, especially with all the goodies inside spilling out.

Claudia said...

Oozing, melted cheese and all those glorious meats - just what the doctor ordered for February.

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Catherine said...

Dear Claudia, I just love this. It really is comfort food at its best. You taught your son well, that is beautiful. I love the seeds on the dough. Blessings my dear, Catherine xo

Lizzy said...

Oooh, so yummy!!! My boys would love this one!

Reeni said...

What a delicious stuffed pizza! I love that seedy top!

Elisabeth said...

What a genius creation from you son, Craig!
Love the Pizzone name he gave this amazing stuffed pizza!
Wow, I'm dreaming of a nice slice for myself, and would want to make this:DDD

Christine's Pantry said...

Can't go wrong with pizza. Love it.

Kiri W. said...

Can you please send the gentleman over to make dinner for me? ;) THis looks amaaazing!

Kim Bee said...

Very cool recipe. I love pizza. Like way too much.

Aggie said...

This looks so delicious!! Stuffed pizza reminds me of my dad, he always made it for us!