Pizza Pot Pie

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This is my own recipe that was created based on a video showing a Pizza Pot Pie as created by Chicago Pizza and Grinder Company at 2121 N Clark Street.  Allowances have been made for my own tastes.


  • Use a ceramic bowl with little (or no) lip
  • 1/2 C clarified butter


  • You can make whatever sauce tickles your fancy. Chicago Pizza uses a sauce with onions, peppers, garlic, sausage, tomatoes and more that simmers for eight hours.  Truly a sauce worth tasting.
  • Here are several of my own sauces.
  • Grandpa’s Bolognese
  • Basic Marinara

Here is another recipe that I found when I was researching this recipe.  It looked really good too.


  1. Brush the bowl and the rim heavily with melted clarified butter
  2. Lay down layered slices of Provalone, Mozzarella and Manchego cheese
  3. Put in three of your favorite toppings:
    – mushrooms, pepperoni, sausage, black olives, etc.
    – Just three though, because otherwise it will become too soupy
  4. Top with your favorite sauce
  5. Cover with flattened pizza dough
  6. Brush clarified butter across the top
  7. Bake at 450º for 12-15 minutes
  8. Run a spoon around the rim to loosen the crust
  9. Invert and flip out on your serving plate

Here is a fairly complete step by step video made by Courtney Budyzn


Find more like this: Casseroles and Pan Dishes

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