Monster Meatza

So this Meatza takes a little more time and effort to make than most of my recipes but let me tell you right now, it is worth every minute of it. 



Monster Meatza
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Serves: 8
  1. Place your bacon on an aluminum foil lined baking sheet
  2. Place in oven and bake at 350 degrees fahrenheit for about 20 minutes or until done to your liking
  3. While your bacon is cooking, combine all of your crust ingredients in a bowl and mix well with your hands
  4. Remove your bacon from the oven and drain the liquid fat and set aside
  5. Place a fresh sheet of aluminum foil on your baking sheet and spread out your meat crust in a nice even thin layer.
  6. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes and every 5 minutes open the oven and push your meat back together if it starts to seperate as it shrinks
  7. While your crust is baking, slightly saute your onions and peppers for the toppings in that reserved bacon fat over medium heat. I cooked mine just until soft
  8. Next saute your sirloin strips in bacon fat until just seared on the outside and then set aside
  9. Remove your crust from the oven when done and drain the excess fat. Now its time to build your Meatza
  10. Spread your sauce over the entire meat crust, then layer on your bacon, next add your sirloin strips, then your onions and peppers and season with salt and pepper to taste
  11. Set your oven to broil on High and broil about 8 inches from the heat for 10 minutes.
  12. Remove from the oven, let cool and enjoy this Monster Meatza, a caveman or cavewomans dream.

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  1. Okay, I used a round pizza pan, swapped the sirloin with ground sweet Italian sausage, used red and green peppers… had 3 guests for dinner, so cut in quarters… perfect! And it is to die for!! Soooooo good! and easy ….
    Keep them coming George… I just had to go buy the new cookbook don’t you know! :-)

  2. This *does* look super yummy!
    Hey George–what size pan did you use? A cookie sheet/jelly roll kind of a pan? I'm just curious, as I need to go out and buy one, but I want to make sure I get an appropriate size–thanks!

  3. OKKK so liked this page…Kait's Primal Kitchen.. and I think it is pretty gourmet…looking forward to some of these awesome recipes…I just found out my daughter is doing Paleo and she was trying to get me to do it..she says it would most definitely help my Diabetes..Kait's Primal Kitchen..thanks for your stories and recipes… (Gil)

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