1 Lb. of Taco Meat (I'm using ground beef. You could probably use Fajita Chicken or Steak.)
1 8oz. Bag Shredded Mexican Cheese
1 8oz. Bag Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
1/2 Sliced Large Onion
2-3 Sliced and/or Diced Roma Tomatoes
1 Can Pillsbury Pizza Crust (I used the 11oz. Thin Crust.)
1/2-1 16oz Jar Picante Sauce
3-4 Cloves Garlic
3-4 Tbl. Spoons Olive Oil
*Preheat the oven according to the instructions on the can. The one I had said 400 degrees.
Picante Sauce and Toppings
I used the Crust Trick I blogged about previously. (This is when you use the garlic cloves and the olive oil.) Then, I baked the crust for about 7 minutes. I took it out and started adding my ingredients. First, I put on the Picante Sauce. I used about half the jar. If you want it saucier, go ahead and use more. Then, I put on the taco meat I had made for tacos earlier in the week. I used a little more than a half a pound. After that, I put on the tomatoes and onions. The cheese comes next! I love cheese! I put on the entire package of Mexican cheese. Than, I used the entire package of Mozzarella.
Super Cheesy! Yum!
I cooked the pizza in the oven for eleven more minutes. I took it out and let it set for about ten more minutes. When cooking with stoneware, the stoneware stays hot after it's taken out of the oven for a while. This means, the food continues to bake or cook more while sitting on it.
This pizza turned out awesome! It tasted really great with the picante sauce. I was little worried, but I really liked it! I used the veggies I keep normally around the apartment. Next time I make it, I may try to get some multi-color fresh peppers on it.
Sour Cream Garnish
I garnished this with sour cream. I would have loved to have some fresh guacamole on it. I didn't happen to have any made this evening. I would recommend this pizza for anyone that likes to try different foods, and especially Mexican foods. It came out tasting awesome, and didn't take a lot of time to make!