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My Pie Monday: Thai Chicken Karaage, 40 Second Pepperoni, Triple White Sauce Combo, and More
It's another beautiful My Pie Monday! Come feast your eyes on this week's collection of 17 brilliant homemade pizzas.
Jimmyg delivers one of his stunning Sicilian Rianata pies, and TXCraig1 whittles his cook time down to a mind-blowing 40 seconds (Check out this guy's oven. Holy...moly). Okaru pulls out a food processor for the quick 'n' easy crust of a dazzling fresh basil pizza. Thai chicken karaage makes a guest appearance on SonnyC79's latest creation, and boy oh boy does it look good. Meanwhile, Imwalkin combines smoked mozz and Scamorza cheeses with rosemary, and kengk goes sourdough. Alexwood shares a nice, blistery baking steel pie, derricktung piles on some tantalizing prosciutto and fresh mozzarella, and Norma takes a break from the Detroiters for a Mack's attempt. Pizzabakker goes all out with three different white sauce recipes from the Lahey cookbook, and Florida9 modifies Reinhart's Napoletano recipe, with mouthwatering results.
We've also got some chicken sausage and basil from Daajo and an inspiring Reuben-inspired pizza from Tscarborough. Millions covers the breakfast beat with a hearty bacon, egg, and cheese combo, and Paralleli heats things up with some sausage and mushrooms. Last, but not least, Tanner and Chrognac both share some meaty, cheddar cheesy pan pies.
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If you're making pizza, please do send us a shot for our next My Pie Monday! Just take one horizontal snapshot of your homemade pizza, briefly describe your cooking method, and follow these instructions to get it to Slice HQ by 8pm EST on Thursday night. Be sure to let us know your Slice/Serious Eats username!
Want to join the MPM crew? See our Pizza Making Guide »
Looking for inspiration? Take a look at past round-ups »
About the author: Niki Achitoff-Gray is the editor of Slice and a part-time student at the Institute of Culinary Education. She's pretty big into pizza. Also, she likes offal. A lot.