How to make it

  • I make my dough in the breadmaker under dough cycle or you can make it by hand.
  • Remember to add enough flour or water to produce a smooth, silky, non sticky pliable dough
  • Either way by hand or machine is fine.
  • Dough will rise in the refrigerator until using.
  • When dough is done, place in refrigerator in a ziplock plastic bag and let it chill several hours ( it will rise and chilling will relax it and let excess starches and sugar do their thing to create a better texture for easier rolling- (Oh yeah I use to work in a pizza restaurant when I was in college making tons of sauce and doughs etc. )
  • Prepare topping: in some olive oil saute chopped onion and and pepper until soft.
  • Add and cook in garlic
  • Remove soy sausage from its plastic wrapper and cook and stir with onions and peppers to brown sausage a bit.
  • Cool mixture completely
  • To prepare pizza.
  • Divide dough in half.
  • Feeeze unused portion or use for a second pizza.(sauce and filling makes 2 pizza ) .
  • After you finsh preparng the pizza, it will be slid onto the hot oven stone
  • So:
  • Roll dough very thin on a lightly floured surface to a 12 to 14 inch circle and then carefully place on a large pizza paddle.
  • Add the sauce, cheese, topping etc.
  • Or you can also form the pizza on a cold oven stone, place it into preheated oven but it will take a bit longer to bake
  • Bake 425F about 25 minutes or until crust in browned and cheese has melted etc.
  • Remove pizza with an oven peel to a platter.
  • Let it cool a bit and cut into slices.
  • I slice 8 pieces
  • Note: this is how I prepare my pizza:
  • Form an outer edge by tucking ends over onto dough
  • Brush or spoon on the tomato sauce evenly.
  • Evenly add a thin layer of shredded cheese.
  • Over that, add spoonful of the cooled sausage mixture ( you won't use all ( it will be enough for a second pizza )
  • Then slide the pizza onto the stone to bake.
  • It will take 20 25 minutes to finish.
  • Remove from oven, slide onto platter, cool a bit and slice
  • Note: no stone or paddle, don't worry, use a pizza pan or whatever you use to make your pizza.
  • I find the stone, creates a great crust and heats evenly.

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  • foodfiend 7 years ago
    Sounds great, however, if you add sausage does it still qualify as vegetarian?
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    " It was excellent "
    trev ate it and said...
    We have a family BBQ this weekend, where we will have a few vegetarians and a couple vegans. A vegetarian BBQ to me, sort of flies in the face of what a BBQ really is, with vegetarian meats and such. Anyhow, this recipe will help fix my delema. It looks and sounds like it could be a delicious thing to have on the table. I might make a few. Thanks for the recipe and inspiration.
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    " It was excellent "
    trigger ate it and said...
    I like this recipe it sounds like it would make a couple of great calzones if you wanted to do that.
    That Soyrizo is nice and spicy.
    I have made pizza using Gimme Lean another soy sausage product.

    Five forks and a smile :)

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    " It was excellent "
    herby ate it and said...
    looks like the real thing!
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