Recipes For My Boys: Caramelized Onion and Sausage Pizza on a Skillet Biscuit Crust

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Caramelized Onion and Sausage Pizza on a Skillet Biscuit Crust

The boys were eating a pizza last night and I didn't want all the cheese and crust theirs had.    I decided to look around the kitchen to see what I could find.  Ingredients were:  Tube of Big Biscuits, Alfredo Spread,  Parmesan,  an Onion and left over Sausage Links from breakfast.  I grabbed my CIS and a yummy pizza was created.  Make if for breakfast to appetizers...it's great anytime.  I also made one with canned peaches, alfredo spread and parmesan...it was pretty good combination!


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Caramelized Onion and Sausage Pizza on a Skillet Biscuit Crust

1 tube refrigerated big biscuits
alfredo spread or, you can use store bought alfredo sauce
parmesan cheese, grated
onion (s), thinly sliced
sausage links, cooked and cut into slices
1/2 to 1 teaspoon garlic salt grinder
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper  
olive oil non stick cooking spray

Spray cast iron skillet, or non stick pan, with a generous amount of olive oil spray.  Heat to medium/medium high and add then slices of onions.  Stir, breaking apart slices of onion. Cook until caramelized, stirring often.  

Add slices of sausage and add garlic salt and pepper to taste.  

Remove from pan.  Wipe pan clean if needed.  Spray pan once again with olive oil spray.  Heat pan to medium.  

Stretch biscuit as you would a piece of pizza dough.  
Put in pan once it is hot.  If it is cooking to fast, reduce heat.  

You can stretch biscuit again while it is in the skillet.  

Flip over once it begins to brown.  
Cook until underneath begins to brown and flip once more.  
Spread with alfredo spread.  Top with caramelized onions and sausage.  Add parmesan cheese and put a lid over the top to finish cooking.  It should be completely done once the cheese begins to melt.  Keep checking the bottom of the biscuit crust...you don't want it to burn.  


Enjoy!!  <3 and hUgs! 



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