barbecue pulled pork pizza

Apple in his mouth, maraschino eyes

Party like the butcher boy’s cleaver is alive

I mosey into sixteen hours of smoke in the misty winter

To see the county fair’s blue ribbon winner is dinner

Then dance until the sun has kissed your blisters in the morning

As the misery was dormant indignant in crispy portions

Corporates fund alarm and they whore ‘em

Or does he whore to corporates to expand the more important forums for ‘em?

“Pigs” by Aesop Rock

barbecueporkpizza

What do you do with the leftover pork from pulled pork sandwiches? Make pizza of course! This looks like a lot of onions, but really isn’t after they cook down. Also, is important to leave the pork and onions until it is broiling time to ensure that your toppings are crispy but not dried out.

Other ideas for leftover pulled pork:

Nachos

Panini

Quesadillas

Risotto

Ingredients:

About 1 1/2 cups barbecued pork (If reheating, put in the microwave with one tablespoon of water and heat for 1 minute)
About 1 cup of your favorite bbq sauce
About 2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
3 medium yellow onions, thinly sliced
3 tablespoons grapeseed oil
3 tablespoons brown sugar
Pizza dough (I use Trader Joe’s)
Salt

Directions:

1.    Heat oil in a large pot until extremely hot
2.    Add onions, salt and brown sugar
3.    Cook covered until soft
4.    Once soft, reduce heat to low and cover until onion are golden brown
5.    Be sure to check the onions so they don’t stick to the bottom of the pot
6.    Reserve onions
7.    Roll out pizza dough on a baking sheet
8.    Place a liberal amount of barbecue sauce on the dough
9.    Cover with as much cheese as you like
10.    Bake the pizza until the crust is golden brown
11.    Evenly spread pork and onions over the pizza and sprinkle with more mozzarella
12.    Place under broiler until the cheese melts

8 Comments

Filed under Barbecue, Cheese, Meat, Pizza, Pork, Sauce, Vegetable

8 responses to “barbecue pulled pork pizza

  1. I like your two part pizza process. First baking the key parts then broiling the more sensitive toppings. I’ll have to give it a shot. Oh and yes this too looks so good. I mean, I’m a man so of course it looks good – it’s pork.

  2. Oh yum! I love pulled pork…and on pizza, even better.

  3. smallkitchenbigideas

    This looks great but loving pulled pork like I do, I can’t imagine having leftovers…

  4. Great idea… I just used some leftover for chili… and it worked GREAT! good post.

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