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  • geostump
    started a topic Meatza

    Meatza

    I'm making meatza for dinner tonight and was curious to see if any of you that have made it before, add some spices to the meat before cooking the base? If you do, please just list the spices. I can't view too many links as I am at work right now.

  • sakura_girl
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    Originally posted by skinnybacon View Post
    I'm just wondering; my baking pan says not to use in the broiler, will the short amount of time it takes to broil the toppings be ok?
    I would not risk it...worst case scenario, just fry it in a huge patty on your stove.

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  • Wulf
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    Yes, excellent idea, I think I will try this, and ground beef in my town just went on sale for 2.29/lb (lowest in a very long time, and no, we don't have grass fed here and I couldn't afford it even if we did). I got some almond meal to have another try at almond meal crust, but I also think that adding the almond meal right in with the beef could work also; but perhaps straight meatza is still cheaper anyway since almond meal is way more expensive per pound than ground beef.

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  • skinnybacon
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    I'm just wondering; my baking pan says not to use in the broiler, will the short amount of time it takes to broil the toppings be ok?

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  • Graycat
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    Originally posted by skinnybacon View Post
    Sorry to resurrect an old post, but this looks delicious. I think I am going to make it with 1lb of ground beef and 1 ground pork sausage. Been craving pizza.
    No need to be sorry. Thanks for doing that. I have some of the recipes bookmarked.

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  • skinnybacon
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    Sorry to resurrect an old post, but this looks delicious. I think I am going to make it with 1lb of ground beef and 1 ground pork sausage. Been craving pizza.

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  • Mike in Virginia
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    I've made meatza twice now, differently each time. First time pretty much followed the Justin Owing recipe. Next time I used salsa instead of pizza sauce, and substituted a mix of Mexican cheeses for the mozzarella. Basically, a taco meatza.

    Meatza has become a favorite in my household. So glad to have found it here.

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  • Griffin
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    Tonight we used Justin Owing's Meatza Recipe. It was really good. We need to tweak it a bit as we found it a bit spicy (maybe fewer red pepper flakes) but it was way more enjoyable than the pseudo-crust we had tried previously. The only problem I had with it is it took an hour to prep it and about 5 minutes to eat it because it's so filling.

    It looks like meatza is going to remain our "pizza" of choice.

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  • annieloux
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    Originally posted by nax View Post
    Used this recipe and couldn't get enough!
    MEATZA!!! | Antihousewife
    Excuse me while I go change my chonies.

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  • Nanzi
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    I do add about 1 big patty of sausage to my meat. Seasonings are salt pepper, italians seasoning, garlic powder. And since tomatoes are in season,the toppings are just a touch of sauce, and lots of fresh tomato slices, fresh garlic, fresh basil, parmesan and moz cheese. Remember to cook the meat base first, then add toppings. I bake at 425, but we are doing it on the grill tonight hoping for a smokey taste with all the goodness. MMMMMeatza!!!

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  • ShannonCC
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    I love the idea of meatza, but just keep not getting around to it.

    But after being inspired by this thread, I had a pizza burger for lunch Just a burger patty with pizza sauce and mozarella on top. Not as involved, but the same basic flavors. No bun of course - with a side of salad with ranch dressing and a lime flavored sparkling water to wash it down. I think this up there in the top 5 most delicious meals since I started eating this way (well, ok, pretty much everything I eat nowadays is delish, lol!).

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  • josh_mc
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    Awesome idea! Can't wait to try this meatza tonight!

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  • jeneliya
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    This pizza had no sauce, just 7 or 8 different meats piled quite high (estimated at about 4-5 inches). They then used the crust to mop up the grease that had dripped off the slices as they ate..Meatza is right here in this previous post. In this case, it was inspired by a pizza I used to order from one of the pizza places years back. Itís the standard 2 pounds of ground beef (grassfed in this case), about 8 slices of bacon sliced and fried, about 2/3 of a small yellow onion, and a decent block of cheddar cheese. Then itís 1/2 bottle of Trader Joeís pizza sauce. I did toss all the ingredients together (bacon, onion, cheese) for a nice even distribution

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  • Mike in Virginia
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    Originally posted by lady_daraine View Post
    Holy cow! I'm the Antihousewife, and this is the first thread where someone I don't even know is happy with one of my recipes! WOOT WOOT! I can't even tell you guys how good it feels to know people like my stuff.
    I'm another of those unknown people who loves your recipe. Made my first meatza tonight, and it was a big hit with me and both of my daughters. It will become a staple in our household. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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  • lady_daraine
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    Originally posted by Unicorn View Post
    Antihousewife, I made your meatza on Fri night! Got a stamp of approval from DH and from DD. However, next time I will have to figure out how to get the meat 'thinner'. I think I will try my rolling pin, and cover the meat with plastic wrap before rolling it out.

    Georgette, the taco meatza sounds like a good idea! I am thinking topping it with salsa, and then cheddar cheese. Maybe some diced avocado after it is done cooking? Hmm.....
    Part of why I wear gloves when I work with raw ground beef is so that I can push it around with my fingers without getting it under my fingernails. Also, a larger pan might be a good idea, depending on how much meat you used.
    As for the taco pizza, it sounds good! Make me think of one they have at California Pizza Kitchen that is covered in salad, which sounds really good to me!

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