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What Are the Best Tips for Making Ground Beef Pizza?

By Amber Eberle
Updated May 16, 2024
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A ground beef pizza typically combines a crust, sauce, ground beef, cheese, and other toppings into a dish that is commonly eaten for lunch or dinner. There are many recipes for pizza that use ground beef. It can be used on a traditional pizza with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese, or it can be used in related recipes, such as cheeseburger pizza. When making a ground beef pizza, it is important to have a well-made crust and to use a blend of cheeses that melts well and does not tend to burn at a high temperature. The pizza can be cooked in a kitchen oven, on a grill, or in a brick oven.

The foundation of a ground beef pizza is a good crust. Pre-made pizza crust dough can be purchased or there are many recipes for pizza crust available. If making pizza dough from scratch, keep in mind that it will take longer for the pizza to be ready since the dough will need to rise before it is ready to be cooked.

Cheese is an important part of any pizza. A traditional pie usually uses only mozzarella, but other types of cheese can be used to top a pizza. Other types that are good to use when making a ground beef pizza are those with a low moisture content, such as provolone, parmesan, asiago, feta, or gorgonzola. If making a recipe that calls for feta or gorgonzola, it is important to remember that these cheeses have strong flavors and may not suit all tastes.

The sauce and toppings are key ingredients when making pizza. If a traditional pizza is being made, a marinara sauce is usually used and the ground beef topping can be seasoned with oregano and basil. There are many ground beef pizza recipes available that are unlike the usual pies, however. One recipe that is becoming increasingly popular is a cheeseburger pizza that often combines ketchup and mustard for the sauce, a mix of mozzarella and cheddar cheeses, and grilled ground beef, as well as other traditional cheeseburger toppings.

There are several methods for cooking a ground beef pizza. It can be baked in a kitchen oven, grilled, or cooked in a brick oven if one is available. The cooking time will depend on the thickness of the crust and how long it takes to be fully baked. A ground beef pizza should be watched while it is being cooked to ensure that it does not burn.

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