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Eggtucky\'s Most Eggcellent BBQ Pizza

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edited 3:22PM in Baking
Ingredients1/4 Cup BBQ Sauce (Honey Habanero or any spicey BBQ Sauce)
1 12" Mama Mary's Pizza Crust
1 Tbsp EVOO
1 Cup Pulled Pork or 2 if you like..just pile it on till you think it’s enough 
1/4 Cup Chopped Ham (Deli or better)
1/2 Cup Chopped Fresh Pineapple
2 Cups Mexican 4 Cheese (shredded)
1 Chopped Jalapeno (or 8-10 slices)
1-2 Tbsp favorite pork rub (Elder Ward's is perfect) InstructionsBrush EVOO onto crust, pour BBQ sauce on and spread with spoon to distribute. Sprinkle 2/3 of the Mexican 4 cheese and distribute evenly. Add Pulled pork and distribute evenly. Spread chopped ham, pineapple, and jalapenos spread evenly over pie. Finish by sprinkling last 1/3 of cheese over entire pie then dust with favorite pork rub (I used Elder Ward's).

NotesEgg Setup:
Stabilize egg at 400 dome and add favorite wood chunks (I used hickory). Let smoke for 10-20 mins until smoke is steady and blue. Cook Indirect using platesetter, then grid, then elevated grid with pizza stone on elevated grid. When all is stable, and stone has had time to assume dome temp, add pie and let cook for 20 mins or until crust is crispy and cheese is golden brown. Don't let temp drift above 450 or keep a close eye on the pie.

Must be served with your favorite brew or soft drink..

ENJOY!!..Number of Servings: 3-4Time to Prepare: 20 Mins
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