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Irish Pizza

Irish Pizza

This is a two step dish, and much can be made ahead of time, and compiled when ready to put in the over. This really brings all the flavors of a boiled meal (but with much more roasted flavor!) together in one fun pizza!

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. If you have a pizza stone, place it on the lowest rack of your oven. You will increase the heat for the actual pizza part, but it’s a really good idea to get the stone heating up.
  2. Place the cabbage and potatoes on a large rimmed baking sheet. Drizzle with the olive oil, salt and pepper and roast until brown bits appear on the cabbage and potatoes. Turning in the pan (and rotating in the oven) every 15 minutes or so. At about the 30-minute mark, add the corned beef to the pan (made some room on the side for it) For a total of about 45 minutes. You don’t want this mixture burn but get nice crisp edges. Remember, the whole thing will go back in the oven as a pizza too!
  3. Remove from the oven and let cool for a few minutes.
  4. Crank the oven to 500 or 550 if it will go that high. Trust me, this is pizza.
  5. Roll (or press) the dough out to a large circle as thin as it will go. Tip: if it continues to spring back, cover with a tea-towel and let it ‘rest’ for about 5-10 minutes, after that time, you should be able to work it again.
  6. Transfer to a large sheet of parchment paper and roll as large as you can. Or you can make 2 pizzas.
  7. Assembly: Spread the Grlk Sauce over the entire pizza, use more if you can’t resist!. Add the cabbage/potato/corned beef mixture and be sure to get it to the edges. Top with crumbled goat cheese and nigella seeds.
  8. Place on the pizza stone (video soon) OR large cookie sheet, and bake in the oven until crust and cheese are golden-brown. About 12-14 minutes. But keep an eye on it, every oven is different!
  9. Remove from oven, add green onions. Let cool a few minutes before cutting into it. Enjoy!

Notes

Special equipment (not necessary, but helpful)

You can certainly make this yummy pizza with a prepared crust, like a Boboli or store-brand crust. It’s all about the topping, am I right! 

Truth be told it’s the Grlk Sauce that makes this pizza so good. I purchased a bottle last week, and it’s gone. Tried making it myself…fail. 

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