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Offline Planman1954

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Skillet Pizza
« on: August 23, 2013, 08:22:40 PM »
I cook almost everything in my skillet. Tonight I made what I call a "Southwest Chicken Pizza." It is good! I've made pizzas for years in a skillet, and recently had a wild hair to make a chicken pizza:
 

 
Here's how I did it:
Grease skillet and sprinkle on corn meal. Prepare pizza dough. You can use any kind. Add a pizza sauce (I use the basic stuff from walmart, but I sprinkle a little sugar on top of it!)
I top it with a cut up chicken breast and bacon that I browned first together in another skillet, some sautéed bell peppers and onions (cooked in the left over bacon grease,) a little cut up pepperoni, some rotel tomatoes, and top with cheese. It takes about 20 minutes to brown the crust at 425 degrees.
Anyway, I enjoyed eating it watching football!
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2013, 08:26:52 AM »
sounds good and looks amazing

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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2013, 01:00:31 PM »
Great looking dish! Looks like it would make a couple of meals,  the rotel is a great idea, a little pop to it,  david
only have a few chain saws I'm not suppose to use, but will at times, one dog Dolly, pretty good dog, just not sure what for yet,  working on getting the gardening back in order, and kinda thinking on maybe a small bbq bizz,  thinking about it,

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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2013, 08:39:38 PM »
Yep! 8) pretty killer Sunday night dinner,   it works,  and tastes great! lots of fun and eating! 

 
thanks for the idea,  david
only have a few chain saws I'm not suppose to use, but will at times, one dog Dolly, pretty good dog, just not sure what for yet,  working on getting the gardening back in order, and kinda thinking on maybe a small bbq bizz,  thinking about it,

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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #4 on: September 02, 2013, 03:53:16 AM »
Looks great, we havn't tried pizza that way, will need to give it a go.
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #5 on: September 02, 2013, 11:37:35 AM »
I'm glad you enjoyed it! Love my skillet....
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2013, 01:52:43 PM »
Looks like a cast iron skillet. I use mine a lot. Just a curiosity question. Wrecken you could ever wear out a cast iron skillet? Belive they would last forever.
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2013, 09:07:30 AM »
It's funny you should ask that. My mother (83) just told me the story...again...about her cast iron skillet that she received after helping some friends move when she was around 18. It's still the same. So the answer to your question is...they last a LIFETIME!
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #8 on: February 23, 2016, 08:10:59 PM »
I've started making my chicken pizza in out big cast iron pan. It's the way to go.

  

 
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #9 on: February 23, 2016, 08:24:46 PM »
Looks like a cast iron skillet. I use mine a lot. Just a curiosity question. Wrecken you could ever wear out a cast iron skillet? Belive they would last forever.

   If you take decent care of them I'd think they last forever. My wife was given my grandmothers cast iron when Grandma died. She has had it 35 years now. Looks just like when she got it.

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    Good looking meal. Looks like the ultimate deep dish pizza. I'm going to have to try that.
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #10 on: February 23, 2016, 08:26:19 PM »
That looks real good Jeff. I bet the cast iron makes the crust nice and crispy. digin_2
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #11 on: February 23, 2016, 08:32:21 PM »
Looks like a cast iron skillet. I use mine a lot. Just a curiosity question. Wrecken you could ever wear out a cast iron skillet? Belive they would last forever.
i have an 8" cast iron skillet that was my grandmothers "bread skillet". it was given to her from her mother when she got married and was starting out in '45 or '46 (i cant remember which) and it was used hand-me-down skillet then. now my wife has been cooking cornbread for about 15 yrs in it ;D
i think we will have to try that pizza too digin1
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #12 on: February 23, 2016, 08:39:36 PM »
This is our 2 handed skillet. 12" across the bottom.
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #13 on: February 23, 2016, 08:57:07 PM »
That looks really good and I bet it tatses better than it looks.
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #14 on: February 23, 2016, 11:35:47 PM »
Looks like a cast iron skillet. I use mine a lot. Just a curiosity question. Wrecken you could ever wear out a cast iron skillet? Belive they would last forever.

You'd have to seriously abuse it I suspect. Dropping it into cold water maybe?

One of my smaller pans survived a "burnt to the ground" house fire. I'd left it with the Ex when I moved out, and the house burnt down shortly after. Found the pan in the ashes under the kitchen sink. Had to wire brush a melted aluminium pan out of it  :D  But re-seasoned it and it's fine again.

Will have to try this method. I make pizza quite often, with fresh dough mixed up in the bread maker. Should come out fine in the big pan I've got that's similar to the ones shown.
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2016, 12:55:38 AM »
Looks like a cast iron skillet. I use mine a lot. Just a curiosity question. Wrecken you could ever wear out a cast iron skillet? Belive they would last forever.

You'd have to seriously abuse it I suspect. Dropping it into cold water maybe?

One of my smaller pans survived a "burnt to the ground" house fire. I'd left it with the Ex when I moved out, and the house burnt down shortly after. Found the pan in the ashes under the kitchen sink. Had to wire brush a melted aluminium pan out of it  :D  But re-seasoned it and it's fine again.

Will have to try this method. I make pizza quite often, with fresh dough mixed up in the bread maker. Should come out fine in the big pan I've got that's similar to the ones shown.

She must not have seasoned the cast iron skillet very well if the aluminum one stuck. :D

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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #16 on: February 24, 2016, 09:43:56 AM »
I like anything cooked in those old skillets.  :)
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« Reply #17 on: February 24, 2016, 12:51:50 PM »
Anything ? . . no I am not going to say it . . .
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #18 on: February 24, 2016, 01:18:04 PM »
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Re: Skillet Pizza
« Reply #19 on: February 24, 2016, 02:58:50 PM »
I cook almost everything in my skillet. Tonight I made what I call a "Southwest Chicken Pizza." It is good! I've made pizzas for years in a skillet, and recently had a wild hair to make a chicken pizza:
 

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Here's how I did it:
Grease skillet and sprinkle on corn meal. Prepare pizza dough. You can use any kind. Add a pizza sauce (I use the basic stuff from walmart, but I sprinkle a little sugar on top of it!)
I top it with a cut up chicken breast and bacon that I browned first together in another skillet, some sautéed bell peppers and onions (cooked in the left over bacon grease,) a little cut up pepperoni, some rotel tomatoes, and top with cheese. It takes about 20 minutes to brown the crust at 425 degrees.
Anyway, I enjoyed eating it watching football!

That looks real good. I have 2 large iron skillets that cook most of my meals, never thought to bake a pizza in em before.  I do make a ton of pizza on a stone using a no knead bread dough. I usually preheat the oven/stone on max 550° for a half hour and the pizza finishes in 10 minutes. Does the crust get crispy when you don't preheat the skillet?


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