By Todd Barron @ FoodieCuisine.com
I do not normally write sponsored posts but really enjoy Pillsbury’s homemade pizza crust and am excited to talk about their new Artisan Pizza Crust. The crust has a total of 16 grams of Whole Grain in it and tastes great as well.
I made a BBQ pizza over the weekend and used a Mexican style blend of cheddar, provolone, and Mexican white cheese. I also added spice to the crust by dusting it with my Rock City Smokehouse Dry Rub (#1).
To get started you roll the crust out into a cookie sheet. The instructions say to only use a non-stick cooking sheet, but I use cooking spray to keep the crust from sticking. I dusted it with my BBQ rub and then baked it on 400 F for 8 minutes.
Once the crust has baked for 8 minutes, it is time to sauce it. I sauce it with my brand of Rock City Smokehouse BBQ sauce and then top with the cheese. Once the cheese topping is in place, its time to add the Rock City Smokehouse Pulled Pork BBQ. The BBQ is pre-smoked and ready to eat so all I do is sprinkle it over the top.
I cook the pizza on 425 F using the Convection mode of my oven and after 10 minutes it looks and tastes great. The BBQ is spicy and goes very well with the BBQ sauce. The Artisan Pizza Crust really makes the whole dish as it provides enough structure to support the cheese, sauce, and BBQ. I am quite pleased with it and plan to use the Artisan style crust for my future homemade pizzas. Give it a try!
Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Pillsbury but all thoughts and opinions are solely those of the author.