Thursday, January 4, 2018

How To Make A Proper Deep Dish Towels Pizza

pizza with one lone piece of pepperoni

Here's a recipe that your teenage kids will love!  First, start out with a frozen pizza.  Jack's is the norm for us.  Place it directly on the center rack in the oven to cook.  Keep the cardboard at the side so you can gently place the pizza on it when ready.

When the kitchen timer goes off, grab a potholder from the bottom drawer.  Keep drawer open.

This is the point where the dish towels soak up some of the grease and toppings.

The potholder is just for looks.  Set it to the side.  Take your bare hands and try to grab the pizza to quickly throw it on the cardboard.  Do this just long enough that your fingers start to feel the heat.  Let the hot sensation register to your body and drop all toppings (minus one piece of pepperoni) into the dish towel drawer.

Thumbs up for this "taco" pizza

Call in your teenage son and tell him supper is ready.  Let him grab whatever toppings he can salvage from the drawer and throw them back onto the pizza crust.  Fold crust like a taco and eat away.

Yeah, I'll allow you to Pin this recipe!


An Apel a Day said...

Anything pizza is wonderful! I love it. My husband makes great pizza!

Renee said...

Ha! You and I have similar cooking styles ;)
Usually I drop stuff on the floor and wash it off.
"Mom, why is my sandwich wet????"

Helga said...

Great pizza recipe! It looks easy and delicious.

AnnaZed said...

Ha1 The witty mom-chef. We used to do something very like this in college.

Peggy said...

That is so funny. Yep, that is a college way of eating. Thank you for starting my day with a smile.

Amy D said...

This is funny, but true! I also use my hands instead of a pot holder or oven mits. I've burned my hands too many times. The cardboard does make a good plate too!

Unknown said...

Looks super delicious! I would love to make one with extra cheese and ham. Yum!