Recipe by SASSYMOM97
"This is a very old favorite of Aunt Dora's collection. I believe it's also called a pie, but this is a hearty dish as a snack or breakfast meal. I now have to make it twice a year, so no one can wait for Easter only in my family!"
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mild Italian sausage
3 (16 ounce) containers
ground black pepper
hard-cooked eggs, sliced
This is the same recipe that was given to me when I was a newly wed living in the old Italian neighborhood in Chicago by by landlady. It is out of this world good - and is one of my favorite comfort foods. I love it best cold. Glad to find this recipe again.
This was ok. My husband and I both thought this recipe was lacking. However, it did open my eyes to easter pizza and I will keep looking for the right recipe. I would like a recipe with different types of meats and different types of cheeses. The crust was also very bland. This recipe was not a keeper in my book but I am excited to keep trying and find an easter pizza to my liking.
This is an old recipe my Grandmother and my Mom make. The only difference is we also add diced ham to it. That also makes it great. It is the best food!
you should try this with fresh cheese that comes out at easter another name for this is pizzagaina
Pretty good, easy. Added ham & mushrooms as well. Probably won't make again, but worth trying
WAY too much sausage. Even after I drained it, the inside was super greasy and the ratio of sausage to egg to cheese seemed off. I also thought the entire pie lacked flavor. All you could taste was sausage.
Gosh this was good. I didnt have enough sausage so I made up the difference with a little turkey pepperoni. Added a little more seasoning to dough.. will make this again.. yum
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Italian Easter Pizza
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 216
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