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BLT Pizza

BLT Pizza recipe
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The classic bacon, lettuce and tomato combo, long a favorite between slices of bread, turns out to be delicious on pizza, too!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
12/21/2003
posted:
12/11/2003
Don't be turned off by the thought of hot mayo. I usually mix the mayo and the cheese together to make a sort of spread and add chopped green onions to the mixture and spread it all evenly over the pizza. (If you omit the bacon and lettuce and cut the pizza into long strips they make great Cheese bread sticks!)
posted:
12/10/2003
I am not a mayo fan so I chose to substitute the mayo and spread olive oil and roasted garlic over the crust. After adding the ingredients I also included red onions, black olives and oregano.
posted:
12/9/2003
Hot Mayo ! Much better with a tomato base sauce in place of the mayo. Thank You!
posted:
12/9/2003
Needed a change from the same old pizza so I made this recipe for my youth group at our church as a snack for their meeting Wow did they love it I just added a little bit more cheese Now they ask for it a lot
posted:
12/9/2003
posted:
12/9/2003
I love this pizza! However, I baked the crust with the bacon, tomato, and cheese first. I shredded the lettuce, tossed it with the mayo, then added it to the pizza after baking. Very good variation if you don't care for warmed mayo.
posted:
12/9/2003
Instead of putting the mayo on and then baking, use a squirt bottle of mayo and put it on after baking before you put the lettuce on it. That way it not only gets rid of the hot mayo ickyness- it holds the lettuce on as well!
posted:
12/9/2003
I think i would use an alfredo sauce or some other white sauce instead of mayo for this recipie. The thought of hot mayonaise is not very appealing to me.
posted:
9/2/2003
Tasted pretty good, but I added more cheese than was called for. Not sure if I will make it again or not.
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