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Deep Dish Pizza, a New Tra-Dish with Ragú1 pound ground beef
1 - 24 oz jar Ragú® Old World Style® Traditional Sauce
1 Tablespoon olive oil
1 Tablespoon cornmeal
1 - 13.8 can refrigerated classic pizza crust
2 cups shredded Italian Blend cheese (or mozzarella)
1.75 oz of sliced pepperoni
1 Tablespoon grated Parmesan
Heat oven to 400 degrees. In a skillet, cook ground beef until no longer pink. Drain meat and add sauce.
Stir until blended. Turn off heat.
You can start on the crust while you are cooking you ground beef to save time. Coat bottom and half way up of 10" cast iron skillet with olive oil. I used a paper towel to help spread it. Sprinkle in cornmeal as even as you can get it.
Unroll pizza crust and place in pan. Use a small roller or your hands to press it around evenly and up the sides about halfway.
It's not pretty but I like the rustic look. Par-bake for 8 minutes.
Remove from oven and add cheese in an even layer.
Add a row of pepperoni.
Spoon on your sauce and meat mixture.
Spread it evenly to the lip of the crust.
Return to oven and bake for 15 minutes. After those 15 minutes, sprinkle on the Parmesan and bake for another 5 minutes.
You can enjoy now or let it rest for 10 minutes before cutting into it.
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*versus our previous OWS formula
This is a sponsored post with ModernMom and Ragú®. The thoughts and feelings expressed are my own.
Easy and looks delicious !!!ReplyDelete
Mmm, sounds fabulous! Love easy dinners like this for busy weeknights! Pinning :)ReplyDelete
Yes, it is very easy. Great leftovers too, right out of the fridge!Delete
Very yummy! Easy and tasty!ReplyDelete
Thank you Kecia!Delete
Looks yummy! Congrats on working with Ragu! I can't wait to start working with more companies!!!ReplyDelete
Yes, quite exciting! Good luck!Delete
looks very good!! I like the idea of using cast iron to maeka deep dish pizzaReplyDelete
It makes a great crust!Delete
G'day! Looks terrific Jenny and love your step by step photos!ReplyDelete
Thanks Joanne, I hope it makes people want to try and make recipes!Delete
that looks so yummy :)ReplyDelete
I love your recipe twist, Jenny. This looks fantastic! I love using my cast iron skillet too.ReplyDelete
We are using our cast iron more and more!Delete
looks yummo! i have a cast iron set i inhereted from my grandmother. love!!!ReplyDelete
That's great Sarah! I have the pressure canners from my grandma. Great memories!Delete
Yum!!! I love pizza and I love trying out new pizza recipes!!ReplyDelete
Pizza is def a favorite of most! Thanks for stopping by!Delete
Looks messy and delicious. My kids would love it :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely! You could even sneak in more veggies. ;)Delete
Mmmmm that looks really good.ReplyDelete
I love your little 'roller' for the dough, what a great tool for the kitchen. The star of course is your recipe, it looks delicious and very EASY!, Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
Thanks, it's a Pampered Chef gadget. It has a wider on the other end. Both are nice when you don't need a large roller or want to roll in a jelly roll pan.Delete
This looks great! YUM! I will definitely try this one soon!ReplyDelete
Thanks "Mike!!" ;) I appreciate you stopping by!Delete
This looks so delicious! Pinning! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you! I appreciate it!Delete
what if you dont have a cast iron skillet, what can you useReplyDelete
You could use a springform pan or a cake pan. Something that has taller sides on it. It wouldn't be as deep dish but you could roll into a rectangle cookie sheet. It's pretty versatile!Delete
This looks like a recipe my kids would enjoy! Love the ease of using a jar sauce too!ReplyDelete
Some days you gotta go easy Lois!Delete
This looks fabulous and so easy! I have got to try it! Awesome recipe!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, you are always welcome!Delete
Seriously, pizza has got to be the perfect meal. And this looks amazing!!! :)ReplyDelete
- Brooke -
Leftovers are great too, even cold!Delete
This deep dish pizza looks amazing Jenny!ReplyDelete
Looks great, absolute comfort food! Visiting from the Foodies & Crafties Soirée.ReplyDelete
Yes it is! Thanks for stopping!Delete
The kiddos would LOVE this!! Ragu is my go to Pasta sauce in a jar.ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up to Simple Supper, Jenny!Delete
I totally craving this now!!!ReplyDelete
Hugs from Freedom Fridays!
PS Pinning and Sharing!!
Thanks for pinning and sharing. Always appreciated!Delete
Hi Jenny, This looks wonderful! Thanks for bringing it by and linking up at the Weekend Social on www.KitchenDreaming.com! We hope to see you again next week.ReplyDelete
Will do, thanks!Delete
What a fantastic recipe! We thoroughly enjoyed it! Thank you so much for attending Weekend Social Blog Hop and Link Party #13 ! Don't forget the requirements of being featured .We hope to see you there Friday at 9 PM to kick off week 14! We can hardly wait to see what you surprise us with!!ReplyDelete
Heidy L. McCallum of The McCallum's Shamrock Patch
I have your thumbnail on my linky page. Always glad to hook up!Delete
Jenny, this looks delicious! I love all kinds of pizza, and I love how hearty this meat sauce is. Can't wait to try it at home!ReplyDelete
Also, this was one of my favorite recipes from last week's That's Fresh Friday Link-Up, and I'm sharing it over at The Speckled Palate today as a feature! Happy Friday, and keep up the great work!
WOW, thanks! Always appreciate getting chosen. What an honor.Delete