Slideshow: Top This: The Polish (à la L'Asso EV)

Deli Sandwich or Pizza?
Deli Sandwich or Pizza?
With smoked kielbasa, pickles, mozzarella, and mustard, this pizza is like your favorite deli sandwich in pizza form.
Kielbasa
Kielbasa
Here is a whole kielbasa link from Polish G.I. Delicatessen. They sell pork kielbasa, but there are many versions made from both pork and beef.

Now, doesn't that look like it should be on top of a pizza?

The Mozz
The Mozz
Once you've stretched out your dough, arrange the slices of mozzarella over the pie.
Into the Oven
Into the Oven
Now your pizza is ready for the oven. L'Asso pizzaiolo Marco Suarez puts The Polish pie in a 700 degree wood-fired brick oven for approximately four minutes.

We suggest you cook your pie at the highest temperature your oven can reach. If you're using a pizza stone, you'll want it to be in the oven during the pre-heat. Cook the pizza until the crust is crisp and the cheese has melted.

El Fuego
El Fuego
Be patient...
Dijon Mustard Oil
Dijon Mustard Oil
When The Polish pie comes out of the oven, Marco tops it with a heavy-handed drizzle of dijon mustard oil.

To make the mustard oil—which is closer to a creamy mustard sauce than an oil—you'll need a whisk, blender, or food processor. Blend or whisk 1 part extra virgin olive oil with 3 parts dijon mustard.

At L'Asso, they sometimes use c to thicken the sauce and prevent oil separation, but you really don't have to get that fancy unless you happen to have a big bag of xanthan gum lying around.