Cajunizing a frozen pizza
is a great way to keep your meal cost down and get a pizza you
really like. Since you'll use the ingredients you like most it's
sure to be good.
Before we get to the creative part you'll first want to purchase
the brand of frozen pizza whose crust and basic sauce you like the
most. I'm sure you've already figured out which one that is going to
be. Purchase the brand with the least amount of toppings such as a
Pepperoni pizza. I'm doing this because making a pizza from
scratch is time consuming. When you don't have the luxury of that
spare time this is the route to go.
Now for the "Cajun Pizza" creative part!
You already have the crust and basic sauce done for you, so,
choose your own toppings.
Here's a few to consider...
Hot Pepper of your choice
Fresh ground black pepper
Cheeses of your choice
And you could go on forever! What's nice about this method is
that you can make a half shrimp / half crab pizza or maybe a half
ham / half sausage pizza so everyone gets what they like best.
pizza shown here was a cheap deluxe pizza (just happened to have
that in the freezer) and was topped with the ingredients in the pan.
Those ingredients were; diced ham, Cajun sausage, onions, red bell
pepper, mushrooms, green onions garlic, Dry Italian seasoning and
shredded Mexican cheese. I did two like this and they went so fast
the dog didn't even get a taste...poor baby!
Sauté your veggies and meats a little then season them. Sprinkle
the mix on the pizza then add cheeses of your choice...! Go ahead, "hurt yourself sha!"
As you can imagine, your "blah-blah" frozen pizza is now
transformed to a
Cajunized Frozen Pizza.
I also did a few using canned pizza dough to see how much more
work it was to create. I'll tell you this, I'm sticking with the
frozen pizza as a starter.
Be creative and enjoy!