A hamburger pizza is the best of both worlds. You’ll have a hamburger and a pizza, simply perfect. It’s simply a pizza topped with all the hamburger toppings. It’s a hamburger without a bun. We loved the combination. If you want to combine these two favorites of many people in one dish, this is a perfect way.
It’s a pizza crust topped with beef patties, pizza sauce, red onion, pickles, corn, cheese and mustard. A delicious combination. The red onion and mustard provide a bit of sharpness. The patties provide a bite. Melted cheese is always a good idea! Corn and pickles provide the veggies. The recipe comes from the cookbook 1 deeg, 100 pizza’s from Rachel Carter.
Loved the recipe. I’ve made a lot of recipes from this cookbook, and the instructions are usually pretty easy to follow. This recipe was no exception. I used 170 grams of cheese instead of 200 grams. I didn’t add salt or pepper to the pizza toppings. Made 2 round pizza’s instead of two square pizza’s.
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Hamburger Pizza Recipe
Allergies: gluten, wheat, beef, onion, dairy, mustard.
2 portions of pizza dough
4 large, beef patties
400 grams pizza sauce
150 grams corn
2 red onions
150 grams pickles
170 grams Gouda cheese
Slice the onions in circles. Chop the pickles in pieces. Slice the cheese.
Roll out the pizza dough into two large rounds.
Bake the patties in a preheated broiler on 250°C/482°F for 12 minutes. Let them cool down a bit and chop in pieces.
Top the pizza crusts with pizza sauce, beef pieces, onion, pickles, corn and cheese slices.
Bake in a preheated 220°C/428°F oven for 20 minutes. The cheese should have melted and the crust should be crunchy.
Sprinkle some mustard on top and serve!
- Recipe source is the cookbook 1 deeg, 100 pizza’s from Rachel Carter.
- Enough for 3 to 4 persons as dinner.
- If you like your food salty, or saltier, then sprinkle the pizza’s with salt and pepper before baking them in the oven.
- If you love Gouda cheese, use 200 grams instead of 170 grams.