I’m a lover of all types of pizza, as long as it has a crispy, charred bottom. For me there’s nothing worse than lifting up soggy, limp, greasy slice of pie. So, when I read an article about cooking pizza in a cast iron skillet—especially a pizza with a super secret ingredient—I couldn’t resist. I already knew that cast iron cooking makes everything taste better, and I had plenty of cast iron pans of all sizes, so I could make a family style size or a smaller personal pan pizza. What really intrigued me was the application of shredded Jack cheese as a border to the pizza, and just as the article promised, the Jack cheese melded into the pizza dough for an out of this world crust! (It apparently only works with Jack cheese.)
Watch my How-To Video for Cast Iron Pizza here!