Pizza is one of my main weaknesses in life.
If you want me to complete a task for you, just tell me you’ll pay me in pizza. It will be done in a very timely manner.
I especially love to make homemade pizza at home with my family and especially with my two-year-old daughter. She just loves to help in the kitchen.
On the farmstead, we try really hard to eat things we grow. This includes animals and the goats are no exception. Goat meat (also known as Cabrito or Chevon) is a delicious and healthy option for any dish.
This was my first time trying our ground goat in the homemade pizza recipe we use with our homemade crust and pizza sauce using tomatoes from the garden.
The result was a delicious savory goat pizza. Yum!
Step 1. Preheat Oven to 425 Degrees F.
Step 2. Brown the ground goat meat slowly over the stove burner. I do like to use less than medium heat. The slower you cook the goat meat the more tender it is.
Step 3. Lightly spray a pizza tray with cooking spray.
Step 4. Spread out the dough evenly around the pizza tray with your fingers. Be sure the entire tray is covered with dough. Note: You can use store bought pizza crust. It works just fine and also tastes great.
Step 5. Spread your sauce evenly over your pizza dough.
Step 6. Add the browned goat meat onto the sauce and spread the meat evenly throughout your dough.
Step 7. Sprinkle cheese and other toppings over the pizza. This is where the fun begins. Make the pizza yours and add whatever toppings you want. You could add vegetables and other meats. We had some leftover pepperonis in the fridge, so we added them on.
Step 8. Place the pizza into the heated oven for 10-12 minutes or until the cheese is melted and crust is browned. Be careful taking your pizza out of the oven.
Step 9. Enjoy your pizza with a side salad and be sure to have a refreshing beverage to grab. Delicious!
Preparing a pizza was a great way to use of our goat burger and I plan to make many more pizzas using this delicious meat.
What interesting recipes have you tried lately?
~ Much Love ~