That's what makes it good and that's what makes it so high-calorie. Sorry for the mispellings…I’m typing on a smartphone! I loved it and just thought about it today. Convenient prebaked crust makes this tasty taco pizza as easy as can be. If I could rate it 100 stars I would. CHANGE the flour to 3 1/4 cups during kneading, ADD maybe a 1/2 cup more when you turn it out About Do sprinkle some kosher salt on the oil though. . I'm blown away at how it tastes exactly like Pizza Hut's pan pizza. I'll be using this recipe from now on, that's for sure. Our Pizza Hut (Concord, NC) recently put this back on the menu. Tasted sweet and great. We did this tonight for dinner. Thank you for sharing it. Total Preparation Time: 15 to 30 minutes I did only use 1 tbsp oil in my cast iron pan for cooking. I cut back on the oil that went into the pan. sugar to the sauce recipe, but otherwise followed it as written. Thanks!b, I have been craving this pizza for ever I’m gonna try and make it ty so much for the receipe. Pizza tasted spot on! I didn't use much oil in the pan (our old cast iron) and the crust was not as greasy. it was put in the fridge for at least 12 hours and not cooked until on the pizza. CDKitchen, Inc. 20:11:26:20:12:09   :C: more recipes like pizza hut original pan pizza, PAPPADEAUX KEY LIME PIE WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE, more p - copy cat restaurant recipes like this   >>, 13 Ways To Use Frozen Spinach (and love it!). I use it whenever we mak. I adore it. Drain ground beef and set aside to cool. Just wish they had it in KY where I live now. We all loved it and are going to make this way more often now. Thank you for this recipe! It was delicious!! I do this even with frozen pizzas, the pepperonis cook to a crisp. I used reg milk instead of powered And worked out fineI swear this is it chief, better than Pizza Hut It may look like a sad little package shoved in the back of your freezer, but frozen spinach actually has a lot of culinary uses (and some may surprise you). So happy to have this recipe! Powdered milk is sort of pricey where I live, and I can't rationalize spending that much money on something that would probably expire before I had a chance to use even a small amount of it. January 1, 2013 at 3:12 pm (Beef, Entree, Food For Thought, Legume). I’ll wait anxiously for the Taco pizza. This recipe was completely spot on! This is definitely a very excellent recipe that resembles Pizza Hut's. Combine beans and salsa; spread over crusts. I pulled up the recipe again and am wondering what everyone else is using...? Once you've made the 3 balls, place them on a metal sheet pan or counter and cover them with cellophane and let them rise for around 10 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare the sauce by combining all the ingredients until blended. Oh btw...I made it in my bread machine on the dough setting so if anybody was wondering, it came out perfect. Thanks for posting this recipe! We used pizza yeast that we found and decided to try along with just plain king aurther save energy and to keep it fun we used the dough hook and our kitchen aid mixer for the kneading. Combine beans and salsa; spread over crusts. This will be my crust by choice. Are you saying you can't find vegetable oil in Canada? To anyone who hasn't tried the receipe I suggest you use a mixer it would make kneading easier, but doing it by hand worked for me. I will make it again with a lot less oil. Then you can put your toppings on, bake, and enjoy! It even smelled like Pizza Hut, but the pizza itself (dough) didn't taste exactly like Pan Pizza and the middle billowed up too much. I'm actually still eating the last piece but just had to add my $.02! This recipe is way too oily and I'm not sure about the dried milk. I don’t think they had Doritos on it where I worked. We made a TON of these pizzas for 18 pre-teen boys. !I use Hunts no salt sauce, I put 2 TSP of suger and 2 TSP lemon juice. Hi, this web browser has Javascript disabled. Everyone loved it. Thanks for the recipe; it’s a definite keeper! Honestly, this recipe for the dough is so darn close it's pretty amazing. NC I know for sure of at least 50 people who would be regular customers AND THAT’S ONLY ME! The amount the recipe calls for covers the entire bottom of the 9" pan without much need to move the pan around to coat it. I don’t recommend this recipe. after 6 pizzas and some tests, I have a few adjustments (following) that get that much closer to the real thing, and not the new real thing, but the 90's pizzahut pan pizza, the buttery, light and crispy version. I have no idea what I could have done wrong. They are wonderful to have in the freezer and taste great. My son LOVES pizza and so far we hadn't found a pizza he could have, so I am thrilled that 1. he loves this and 2. it's so easy to make!