Pie Iron Pepperoni Pizza

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Have you ever cooked with a Pie Iron? Mine is made of cast iron and designed to cook over a fire. We make Pizza Pies and Fruit Pies with ours. You will not believe that the Pizza Pies are made with bread and butter for the crust when you taste them. Add the sauce, cheese, pepperoni and you will have a delicious pizza!!! Great for the people that love to camp or people like us that like making a fire in our backyard but most of all perfect for anyone that loves pizza!

 

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This is our Pie Iron.

 

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It opens up into two pieces.

 

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Heavily butter one side of two

pieces of regular white bread.

 

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Place one piece of bread, buttered side

down, on one side of the pie iron.

 

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Place pizza sauce on top of the bread.

Sprinkle on some shredded cheese.

Top with pepperoni.

 

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Place the other piece of

bread on top, butter side up.

 

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Close the pie iron then scrape off the

excess bread with a knife or it will burn.

 

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Place the pie iron over the flame of the fire.

Make sure you turn over the pie iron cooking both

sides. It won’t take long to cook and you need to check

it frequently by separating the two pie iron pieces.

 

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When the bread is golden brown

on both sides it’s ready to eat. Open the

pie iron and drop the pizza onto a plate.

 

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Slice in half to cool then serve.

 

Pie Iron Pepperoni Pizza

http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Ingredients

  • white bread, 2 pieces per pizza
  • butter, softened
  • pizza sauce
  • shredded Mozzarella cheese
  • pepperoni, sliced thin

Directions

  1. Heavily butter one side of two pieces of bread. Place one piece of bread, buttered side down, onto the inside of the pie iron.
  2. Place pizza sauce on the bread, sprinkle on the cheese and top with the pepperoni.
  3. Place the other piece of bread on top, buttered side up.
  4. Close the pie iron and scrape any excess bread from the outside of the pie iron or it will burn.
  5. Place the pie iron over the fire turning over to cook on on both sides. It will not take long to cook.
  6. Cook until both sides are a golden brown, checking frequently so it doesn’t burn. If it sticks when you open it, use a knife to release the pizza from the iron. Both sides will be crimped together, sealing in the pizza sauce, cheese and pepperoni.
  7. When golden brown on both side, open the pie iron carefully and drop onto a plate.
  8. Slice in half then serve.

http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

 

45 Comments »

  1. These look delicious! It reminds me of camping while growing up. Here in Saskatchewan we do this as well and we call them bush pies. My favorite is are the cherry pies 😀 But your pizza one is genius! I must give this a try 🙂

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  2. That looks fun and delicious. We used to have a gizmo, not as big as a George Foreman grill but the same principle. You put your hamburger patty in it and it grilled it, cheese and onions and all. It was not a double patty maker, so my mom had two of them so the food came out the same time. The latch on the handles gave out, so you couldn’t keep them shut anymore. This is a good idea … I never go camping though and have no firepit for a fire.

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