Recipes Kitchen Sink Pizza

Pizzas have been around long enough, and they are so popular, that it no longer makes much difference to attribute them to one nationality or another. In the US alone, pizzas are among the most eaten foods, and pizza parlors make a good deal of money from sales. However, making your own great tasting pizza isn’t hard, it often saves money, and you can enjoy the food right at home.

Kitchen sink pizza may not sound appetizing, and the name is a little deceptive, because it actually refers to one of the few things that aren’t included. The good part is that you can omit any of the ingredients you don’t like or don’t have on hand, except the dough, sauce, and cheese.

The following recipe is for making two 15-inch pizzas. Note that the dough or pizza piecrust isn’t mentioned in the ingredient list, in regard to making it. This is because a person can make their own or purchase the crusts, as fits their needs. It is thus assumed that they will have the crusts on hand. The recipe can also be decreased or increased as needs dictate. This recipe will usually feed 4 very hungry people.

This recipe was actually created when I worked as a manager of a pizza parlor, and it was quickly called my special. It wasn’t sold to the public, but even the owner would order it.


Pizza shells
1/2 pound ground beef, browned
1/2 pound ground pork, browned
1 pound of cheese, grated (a blend of cheese is best)
1/2 pound thinly sliced liguista sausage
1/2 pound Canadian bacon
1 cup finely diced bell or sweet peppers
1 cup finely chopped onions
1 large can sliced black olives
1 can crushed pineapple, drained
1 small can cracked shrimp
4-6 tomatoes, sliced about 1/8 inch thick


3 eight ounce cans tomato sauce
1 four ounce can tomato paste
1/4 teaspoon each: Dried basil, oregano, thyme, salt, garlic powder, and sugar

1. Start by mixing the sauce ingredients. The sauce should thoroughly mixed, and then set aside to allow the flavors of the spices to give it the stupendous taste.

2. With the sauce mixed and allowed to sit for a half hour to get the flavoring blended, stir it and place on the pizza shell, to within a half-inch from the edge. Don’t skimp on this as the sauce makes the foundation for the pizza.

3. Place the main ingredients on top of the pizza, with the meat first and the fruits, vegetables, and cheese on top. Withhold the tomatoes, however.

4. Bake the pizzas in a hot oven, 450-500 degrees, F, on a pizza tin or cookie sheet. Tip: Placing granulated cornmeal beneath the crust will make it far easier to remove them from the cooking surface. The pizza is done when the crust begins to brown, roughly 15 minutes after putting the pizza in the oven.

5. Remove the pizzas, add the tomatoes in a slightly over lapping layer on top, and then slice it. The pizza is now ready to be happily devoured.

A kitchen sink pizza is great for a group, especially, since it tastes so good and is so filling. It is easily varied according to what you have on hand. However, it will fill the bellies of even ravenous people. If you want people to rant about how good you are as a cook, this is a meal you should try fixing.

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