Friday, August 6, 2010

Burnt End Pizza

Just a quickie, another pizza. This one was made with some burnt ends we got from a bbq place a while ago (that's the end bits of a smoked brisket, in case anyone doesn't know.).

I had thought when I ordered them it would just be chunks of burnt end but it was shredded and in sauce, which was kind of disappointing. So I took it home and made it into a pizza, which was awesome. Pizza is one of those things that can save so many less than thrilling situations. How many of you have used pizza to rescue something that turned out lackluster? C'mon, tell me a story.

18 comments:

steph said...

You are the pizza wizard! I never think to turn a disapointment in the kitchen into a pizza. I will have to change my thought process.

Chris said...

My first thought was "Burnt ends....how did I miss the brisket post?"

I've never been given burnt ends shredded like that either, how weird. I can see why you would not be happy with that. But at least it worked in the pizza.

Sook said...

I've been craving homemade pizza lately! Your pizza looks yummy!

Joanne said...

You make the best pizzas. Just putting that out there.

The Dutch Baker's Daughter said...

When I went to see a Cat Cora cooking demo, she mentioned that she makes a Minestrone Soup with Burnt Ends....now I know! :) Your pizza looks terrific!

Jenn said...

Burnt ends are awesomesauce!!! I haven't had them in a long while. Now you've got me craving for them.

Sarah said...

This was awesome. My husband and I needed a late night snack. This took care of the pizza craving without the pizza calories.

Gabby said...

I went to see a Cat Cora cooking demo, she mentioned that she makes a Minestrone Soup with Burnt Ends....now I know! :) Your pizza looks terrific!

Jenny said...

These are the best things ever! And they are really easy to make. I made a huge try for 5 of us and they were all gone. Definitely a favorite dish.

Mariah said...

I tried this crust last night and was very pleasantly surprised. I kneaded it with the dough hook on my stand mixer and left the dough slightly sticky to achieve a more tender crust. It rose beautifully and was very easy to stretch into two medium pizzas.

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I kneaded it with the dough hook on my stand mixer and left the dough slightly sticky to achieve a more tender crust.

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