The most famous Midwestern breakfast pizza was born from a chain of convenience stores in Iowa called Casey’s General Store. Casey’s locations make and sell breakfast pizzas all day long. Standard pizza dough is topped with their signature cheese sauce, sausage, scrambled eggs, and cheese.
To Make with Whole Eggs (in place of scrambled) Sprinkle pizza with seasoning, sausage, bell pepper, green onions. Top with cheeses creating 6 wells in the dough . Crack the eggs into each well. Bake an additional 10-11 minutes for soft eggs or 13-14 minutes for medium eggs or until eggs have reached desired doneness.
To ensure your pizza will have a sturdy base, especially if you eat your pizza New York-style (grab, fold, devour), go easy with the sauce. Brush on the olive oil: To get that crispy, crackly crust , use a brush to slather on some olive oil. A flavorful extra virgin olive oil will score you maximum flavor points.
Meats. Pizzas usually don’t take very long to bake, and the bake time is really to crisp the dough and melt the cheese. Raw meats — like sausage, chicken, or bacon — usually won’t cook through in the short baking time, so they should be precooked.
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It’s good . Not just cheap- pizza good , but actually, genuinely good . Casey’s pizza dough is soft and airy, creating a crust that’s the perfect blend of bubbles and bread, much closer to homemade dough than you’ll find in most pizzerias.
Typically, in higher degree ovens the raw sausage should be pinched flat in dime size pieces. This will allow your raw sausage to cook better, faster and more thoroughly. You should also apply any raw ingredient on the top of your pizza and make it the last ingredient before going into your oven.
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How to Turn a Frozen Pizza Into a Breakfast Pizza Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Lay a pizza stone in the oven while it preheats. Remove the frozen pizza from the box and wrapper, then lay on the hot pizza stone. Take the chopped ham and make four circle “wells”. Bake for 15-17 minutes or until golden brown around the edges and the eggs are set.
To Prebake Crust and Prepare Pizza : Once the dough is kneaded, place dough in an oiled bowl and allow it to rise until it doubles in size; 30-60 minutes (this is a good time to preheat your oven and pizza stone to 475F). Prebake crust for 7-10 minutes. Brush crust edges with oil ; add sauce and toppings.
To use: Flatten and shape dough into crusts. Aim for a 12-inch crust , if you’re making mediums and a 14-inch crust , if you’re making a large. Use a fork to poke holes in dough , so it doesn’t develop bubbles when it bakes.
Once you have your dough, place it in a baking pan . But before you do this, make sure you grease the pan . That’s the best way to prevent the dough from burning or sticking to the pan once it’s done cooking. You can use a tablespoon of oil to grease the pizza pan and prevent sticking.
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Not pre – cooking your toppings Because pizza cooks at such high temperatures, it’s tempting to just allow your toppings to cook directly on the crust. This is fine for most veggies , but never take the chance with meat. Make sure to cook all meats and even tougher veggies like broccoli ahead of time.
What Pizza Toppings Go with Bacon? Pineapple . Black Olives. Mushrooms . Pepperoni and Sausage . Eggs. Sauteed Onions . Fresh tomatoes. More Bacon.