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Pulled Porl Pizza

edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Anyone have a receipe for making pulled pork pizza. All I really need is the sauce and toppings. Just finishing up 15lbs of boston butt. On the 19th hour and so far everything has gone as described here on the forum.
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  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    no;etrain,[p]I like my pulled pork pizza using the ingredients for the traditional sandwich. On a pie, they are great.[p]You can either spread a thin layer of your preferred PP sauce directly on the preshaped dough or toss the pulled pork in the sauce. I prefer spreading as it allows the flavors to blend during the chew.[p]Place a thin layer (it is a pizza!) of the PP on the pie and top with a thin layer of the drained slaw. Press the slaw down a bit so that it heats during the cook and doesn't burn.[p]If you want to forego the slaw and use a cheese, stick to the very mild tasting cheeses (like jack or colby) as they can quickly overpower the PP taste.[p]Enjoy.[p]Spin
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