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    Quote Originally Posted by Unicorn View Post
    Georgette, the taco meatza sounds like a good idea! I am thinking topping it with salsa, and then cheddar cheese. Maybe some diced avocado after it is done cooking? Hmm.....
    What I plan on doing is mixing in some cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, chili powder, oregano, S&P and some red pepper flakes. Topping with either taco sauce or salsa and cheddar cheese. When it comes out, adding shredded lettuce, diced tomato and maybe some avocado. Also sour cream for those that want it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erica057 View Post
    I've made it, pic and recipe here: http://stuffimakemyhusband.blogspot....02/meatza.html

    My husband LOVES it with sausage-type seasonings because then it tastes just like a sausage pizza. Basically Italian herbs, fennel seed, onion, garlic, salt, and pepper.

    Is your husband from the Chicago area? The reason i ask is the ingredients you listed sounded like main staples of mine as I was groing up. I lived outside of Chicago....Mmmm.....homecookin'!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nachobrawler View Post
    Is your husband from the Chicago area? The reason i ask is the ingredients you listed sounded like main staples of mine as I was groing up. I lived outside of Chicago....Mmmm.....homecookin'!
    And 'growing' is spelled as such. Stupid compueterrr kieweboered!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nachobrawler View Post
    Is your husband from the Chicago area? The reason i ask is the ingredients you listed sounded like main staples of mine as I was groing up. I lived outside of Chicago....Mmmm.....homecookin'!
    Dunno about Erica's husband, but I made the meatza with her seasoning suggestions last week. It was awesome. Just like Lino's sausage pizza (my fave growing up outside of Chicago). Will be making that again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nachobrawler View Post
    Is your husband from the Chicago area? The reason i ask is the ingredients you listed sounded like main staples of mine as I was groing up. I lived outside of Chicago....Mmmm.....homecookin'!
    Yes, he is! Good catch
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    Quote Originally Posted by erica057 View Post
    Yes, he is! Good catch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen AlcesAlces View Post
    Dunno about Erica's husband, but I made the meatza with her seasoning suggestions last week. It was awesome. Just like Lino's sausage pizza (my fave growing up outside of Chicago). Will be making that again!

    Sweet! Im going to make it this weekend for the family. I ran it by the wife yesterday (she is doing WW...) and got the big thumbs up. So, Im pumped. I'll let y'all (yes, I say y'all now....been here in NC since 99 and it is the NEW home!) know how it turns out.
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    I'm going to make a meatza this week. I'll be using ground beef for the crust. Can someone tell me what fat percentage will bring about the best results in the crust. I can get 10% or 20% fat. ta

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    wow that looks amazing, i know my husband would love that, my God the name alone. . . meatza? fantastic!

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    Here's another tip:

    For the sauce I do:
    1 tbs minced garlic
    6 oz tomato paste
    1tbs herbs de provance
    1 tsp salt
    juices & fat from meatza plus water to equal 3/4 cup

    mix in saucepan over low heat & pour on. Good way to save the precious fat!
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