Quick, easy and delicious. Teenager loved it - and so did we! Some small modifications. I used a Trader Joe's Ciabatta Flatbread instead of rolling out a pizza dough. And as I accidentally purchased sweet Italian chicken sausage rather than spicy/hot turkey sausage, I added a generous sprinkle of hot pepper flakes as I sauteed it. Also, sliced the sausage into discs instead of crumbling.
Spicy Sausage and Mushroom Pizza
KarenAtGoLoCo Posted: 02/13/12
BrendaLRGale Posted: 02/21/12
This was amazing! I used a Boboli thin pizza crust instead of making the crust from fresh dough. I can't wait for leftovers tonight! Nine pts.
Adshehan Posted: 05/05/12
Too heavy for us. I'll substitute the sausage next time. Otherwise, very good!
jmeleeS Posted: 01/14/13
Nothing overly adventurous for this pizza, but it does taste good! Super simple to make and preparing this one was a snap. Used C.L.'s NY style pizza sauce recipe and forgot to add the parm cheese, but otherwise made as directed. I generally purchase Whole Foods wheat fresh pizza dough if I can; has a great chewy texture and a wonderful taste. Otherwise, this would go great on any pizza dough (or premade crust). I would definitely make again - the secret to good homeade pizza is to be sure to broil the last 2 minutes on high to get your cheese bubbly and brown! Enjoy!
Myrecipename Posted: 01/22/13
Really really good. We used ready made crust and it was super yummy.
flygirl516 Posted: 07/22/12
Good flavor and easy to make. I used a cauliflower pizza crust instead of pizza dough to lighten it up.
daneanp Posted: 03/09/14
I cheated with a Boboli crust. DD thought the sausage was too spicy, but generally this was good and we will have it again.
calteri Posted: 01/28/14
I usually make this with regular spicy Italian sausage, as the other is too hard to find. We love it!