I’m using enough pizza dough for one 14″ Pizza to make this Stromboli. It’s approximately 2 ft long so it makes it real easy to cut off a slice, just like you would a sub sandwich, to serve to family and friends. Make yours however you want but I highly recommend making it this way. The Stromboli is both fun to make and equally impressive when it’s served.
Inside this Stromboli
This Stromboli recipe follows the idea of a Supreme Pizza with fresh veggies and Italian meats but you can put whatever you want in it. And that’s the best part. I love vegetarian Stromboli’s because they have so much flavor. Broccoli and Cheese Stromboli… Spinach, Onion and Mushroom Stromboli (Chicken)… Are you starting to see where I’m going with this? The possibilities are endless!
What else you’ll Need
You may need a good Marinara or Pizza Sauce for dipping so I’ll include a link for that down below. You will also find a link for pizza dough in the ingredients if you need a recipe for that too. Both recipes are restaurant quality and worthy of hanging on to or even sharing with friends and family. Just be sure to tell them where you got it!
This Hamburger Pizza recipe is amazing and it will trip you out if you’ve never had one before. It’s absolutely the best of both worlds, “Fo-Show”! This Pizza tastes just like a double bacon cheese burger, it’s that good! But don’t take my word for it. This recipe is built exactly like a hamburger from the bottom up, only upside down. So think of the Pizza crust like a hamburger bun, then work your way out from there and you’ll get the picture!
Hamburger Pizza Dough
If you need a Pizza Dough recipe for this Hamburger Pizza, CLICK HERE. People have raved about this recipe ever since I posted it. So, as long as you follow my directions, you can’t go wrong with it. And, if you want to see some more bad ass pizza recipes, be sure to check out my Margherita Pizza and my Nacho Pizza. Both are outstanding. Now that I think of it, I also have a simple Pizza Sauce recipe you might want to try. That too, is amazing.
Hamburger Pizza Ingredients:
Pizza Dough 1 lbs Ground Beef, cooked 1/4 cup Mayonnaise 1 1/2 cup Lettuce, chopped 1 Tomato, sliced 2 slices Red Onion 1 Pickle, Sliced 3 slices Bacon, cooked 3 Provolone Slices 1/4 cup Cheddar Cheese, grated 1/2 cup Mozzarella Cheese Olive to brush the crust Salt and Pepper to taste, ground beef
Bake your Hamburger Pizza at 500° Fahrenheit for 8 minutes and serve!
I’ve been surprised to find that there are a lot of people that don’t know what a Margherita Pizza is. Maybe because it isn’t on the Menu at most of the large corporate food chains. I don’t know. But I do know that this is one of my favorite Pizza’s by far. The sauce is made from 3 different ingredients; salt, olive oil and garlic. And as far as I’m concerned, that’s just a winning combination. The other ingredients that make up a Margherita Pizza, other than cheese, are Roma Tomatoes and fresh Basil. Never EVER use dry Basil when you’re making this Pizza. I just can’t stress that enough. You’ll never get the same taste that everyone expects when they sink their teeth into a Master piece like this one, and you’ll very quickly turn what most people consider a work of art, into a piece of trash!
Margherita Pizza Ingredients:
3 large chopped Garlic Cloves
1/3 cup olive oil
1/4 tsp salt or to taste
2 Sliced Roma Tomatoes
4 lg chopped Basil Leaves
Provolone and Mozzarella Cheese
Once you’ve rolled out your dough, throw down some corn meal on your pizza pan to prevent sticking and spread the dough out evenly. CLICK HERE if you need a dough recipe. Then combine the Olive Oil, Salt and Chopped Garlic in a Large bowl and place the Chopped tomatoes in it for marinating; 10 to 20 minutes. Chop the Basil and Grade the Cheese if you haven’t already. Drizzle the olive oil over the dough and use it as the sauce. Lay down the cheese, then top with tomatoes and fresh Basil and spread evenly like pepperoni. Drizzle the left over oil, chopped garlic and the juice from the tomatoes over the entire pizza, and sprinkle just a little more cheese over the tomatoes. Bake on the very bottom rack at 550 degrees for 6 minutes, or 500 degrees for 8. Ovens are different, that’s why there’s a variance. Enjoy your Margherita Pizza.