Burgerpizza

READY IN: 35mins
Redsie
Recipe by karen

My mom made a variation of this when I was a child. It's great for a quick weeknight dinner, and your kids will love it. The original recipe called for Swiss cheese cut into strips, and then placed like spokes on a wheel, but I think it is better with shredded cheddar covering it all. Try it either way.

Top Review by Chocolate Covered Mimz

I just made this and the flavor is really good! I wanted more crust so I did 2 cups of bisquick. I added an onion to my ground beef mixture (half diced and the other half in rings). Then I covered the biscuit crust with the ground beef mixture(which was seasoned with cinnamon, garlic salt, red pepper flakes, brown sugar,white pepper, and fresh cilantro).Added a layer of 1 can of corn, tomatoes, and okra. I then covered this with a layer of shredded carrots and about 3 small green tomatoes. I then added the sauce and stuck in the oven. In the last 5 minutes I added a small layer of cheese because the baby is lactose intolerant. It took a long time to get done but it was worth it. The only reason it's rated 4 stars is because I should have layered the tomatoes differently because there was a bit too much moisture.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Brown the hamburger in a hot skillet, stirring to crumble as it cooks. When it is no longer pink, remove from heat and drain grease.
  3. Mix Bisquick with skim milk. Adjust the mix & liquid as needed to get a good dough consistency that is not too sticky.
  4. Spray a deep dish pie plate with cooking spray.
  5. Press dough into the bottom and sides of pie plate.
  6. Brush with oil.
  7. Put remaining ingredients on dough in the following order: hamburger, salt, pepper, garlic, and oregano, and basil.
  8. Cover with tomato sauce and parsley.
  9. Sprinkle cheese over top.
  10. Bake for 20 minutes.
  11. Cut into wedges and serve.

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