This concoction takes about 1.5lbs grass-fed ground beef (you could also use lamb, buffalo...or your favorite ground meat) and 3 whisked eggs, layered with sauce (they used marinara on one, garlic cream sauce on another), layered with veggies, topped with cheese...yeah...this was pretty crazy good!
My favorite was the "Meatza" pictured below:
Here's what they did:
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- In a bowl, combine ground beef and whisked eggs (add fresh herbs and/or garlic, if desired).
- Spread the ground beef and egg mixture in an oven-proof dish or baking sheet.
- Sprinkle with dried herbs and sea salt.
- Transfer pan to preheated oven and bake for 10-15 minutes, until cooked.
- Remove from oven and top "crust" with veggies and then cover with shredded cheese.
- Transfer back to oven and bake another 10 minutes. Increase oven to broil and broil until cheese is browned and bubbly.
- Call or text and we'll bring the wine!
The last step is crucial! :)
These were cooking away on the stove...but, I'm not sure we actually ate them...were these under all that cheesy deliciousness!?
Becky's daughter and her boyfriend created this sausage beauty...check out the lattice-work!
Try this, thinly sliced, on your "Meatza"!
I actually limit my dairy intake to occasional goat cheese and random snackings of raw (unpasturized) goat's and/or sheep's milk cheeses, but when you'r presented with something like this "Meatza"...how can you resist!? I can not wait to recreate this recipe! Or, even better...be invited to enjoy it at Bill and Beckys' house, again! :) FYI...Bill made that sausage creation (lovingly referred to as "Bacon Explosion") again, this time adding thinly sliced yams into the mix...ummm...YUM!!! I'm just curious...why no invite!? Was it the dancing!?
Have you tried "Meatza"?