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There is no white or wheat flour in this recipe which also makes it gluten free. Serve with smoked marinara sauce. Use a spatula to slide the ring off the baking sheet onto a platter. We are not medical professionals and do not provide medical advice. The taste is just too overpowering of the other ingredients and if I want bacon with pizza, I would have it on the side.

Lightly prick the top and brush with egg wash. Flour well and place each ball in a separate medium mixing bowl. Continue rolling all of your pizza rolls and set aside until the oil is heated. Gooey melted cheese, pasta, and plenty of meat made this easy skillet dinner disappear in a hurry.

Copyright Television Food Network, G. Turn single dough ball out onto lightly flour surface. Discard onions and basil stems. They are ready to devour our entire pantry of snacks the minute they walk in the door.

Also work great with keto fathead

Also work great with keto fathead pizza dough. Cover the sausage with the ham slices. Bake on the Traeger for minutes or until golden brown.

Transfer dough ball to lightly floured surface and knead once or twice by hand until smooth ball is formed. It is the reader's responsibility to read product labels and use at their own discretion. Spread tomatoes, onion and garlic out on a sheet tray and smoke for minutes. Yes, my favorite calzones are deep fried, but that is a whole different post. Well, we have to start with sausage.

Start by heating peanut oil in a large Dutch oven or heavy pot to degrees. For my Chicago deep dish meat lover pizza, we are going to use three types of meat. We are going to add a hot Capocollo to our za, but prosciutto would work as well. Take hold of the pointed end of one of the triangles and fold it up and over the filling, tucking the tip under the bottom edge of dough to secure the dough will not cover the filling completely. Spoon the sausage mixture over the short ends of the triangles closest to the ramekin.