Hawaiian BBQ Pizza

 

Whoever was first to combine ham & pineapple was a brilliant person. Taking an Easter ham and slathering in brown sugar, and coating it in pineapple slices, leads to a sweet & salty perfect meal every time. This was then copied in sandwiches, and of course on top of pizza.

I’m a big fan of pizza due to its limitless topping capabilities. You can add just about anything to a pizza, and it will taste at least pretty good, and at best mind-blowingly delicious.

The “Hawaiian” combo of flavors is a pizza natural. Some are die-hard lovers, some may have never heard of such a crazy thing. Either way, give it a try yourself and see if you don’t have a new favorite.

Ingredients:

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Step 1: Pre-heat the oven to 450. If you have a pizza stone, great. If you don’t, a cookie sheet works just as well, or any oven-safe pan.

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Step 2: Drain the pineapple, reserve juice for a cocktail, syrup, or smoothie later. Spray your cooking item, and roll the dough flat.

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Step 3: Layer on your ham slices, pineapple slices, and pour on the sauce. Cover with a thin layer of cheese if desired.

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Step 4: Bake at 450 for 25-30 minutes, until dough is brown and crispy on the edges. Dig in!

 

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