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How to make BBQ Pulled Pork Pizza

    Set the oven to 450°F. On the centre rack, set an upside-down baking sheet with a rim.

    Butter is added once a big skillet has reached a medium-high heat. Add a bit of salt and the onions to the skillet after the butter has melted. For 10 minutes, cook the onions while sometimes tossing them. The onions should be a deep golden brown after 10 minutes of cooking on medium heat with occasional stirring. When done, set aside.

    In the meanwhile, heat the broiler in your oven. Place the jalapenos, cut in half, on a small baking sheet, and broil them for 10 to 15 minutes on an upper rack, or until they are tender and starting to colour. When they have cooled, set aside and dice them.

    On the counter, spread out a sizable piece of parchment that will fit atop an upside-down baking sheet with a small overhang. If you’d like, lay out the dough on the paper in a rectangle or an oblong shape. Ensure that the dough won’t extend over the edge of the baking sheet.

    Pizza dough is covered with barbecue sauce, leaving about an inch of space around the edge. Spread out the dough with the pulled pork, caramelised onions, and diced roasted jalapenos. Sprinkle some cheese on top.

    A second rimmed baking sheet should be removed and turned upside down. Slide the pizza’s parchment carefully onto the upside-down baking sheet. Then place it on your oven’s very hot inverted baking sheet. (See note below if you only have one baking sheet.)

    Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the cheese has heated through and is starting to develop brown spots on top and the crust has swelled up and become a light golden brown below.
    Before slicing and serving, take it out of the oven and let it cool for around five minutes. Enjoy!

    Note: Cooking the pizza on a prepared surface will result in a better baked crust with a crispier bottom. Simply slip the parchment into a rimmed baking sheet (not inverted) and place it in the oven if you only have one or don’t believe my wacky approach is necessary.

    Making notes about the greatest meals we have when travelling and attempting to duplicate them at home is one of my favourite things to do.

    The pizza we ordered at Regina Pizzeria in Boston is the inspiration for this one. With BBQ pulled pork, roasted chiles, caramelised onions, and a few different cheeses, I believe it could be our all-time favourite pizza. Pizza nirvana is here.

    It’s also not difficult to make! particularly if you have some pulled pork leftover.

    Starting your caramelised onions is the first thing you must do. Compared to strips of onion, diced onions caramelise more quickly, thus the quicker I can make that pizza, the better.

    To get the onions nice and black and delicious, I prefer to simmer them on the burner for a full 20 minutes. In the first shot, they are shown as soon as they are placed in the pan, in the second, after 10 minutes, and in the third, after 20 minutes.

    Additionally, you may create caramelised onions without using sugar. Just a few salt, butter, and onions. I’m done now. I find it amazing how something as strong-smelling as an onion can become “onion candy.”

    While you wait, grill a few seeded jalapenos until they are beautifully roasted and darkened in places.

    Collect the remaining ingredients, which include smoked mozzarella, pepper jack cheese, BBQ sauce, and any leftover pulled pork.

    Although I had some difficulty locating smoked mozzarella, I can now say that after cooking this pizza both ways, it was well worth the search. It significantly alters the pizza’s flavour and adds to its WOW factor.

    Have you ever used an Instant Pot to prepare pulled pork? The process is the simplest ever. Nearly too simple to be risky. If you need a recipe, I have an easy Instant Pot pulled pork dish on my website.

    Spread out your pizza dough. Since this pizza has a lot of toppings and some of them are moist, I prefer to create the dough on the thicker side. Trust me, you don’t want a soggy crust.

    Advice: If you wanted a crispier crust, you could also pre-bake it.

    For this pizza, we use BBQ sauce instead of red sauce.

    Now for the cheeeeeeeese. I used half pepper jack and half smoked mozzarella.

    Last but not least, if you chance to be on a ketogenic diet or avoid carbohydrates, you’d like this BBQ pulled pork spaghetti squash bake. I combined all of the toppings into a casserole-style dish with less carbs and no grains. (I’ve been eating it with my spouse all week!)

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