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RECIPE: TKG's Spicy Cebu Chorizo Pizza

I bought several kilos of spicy chorizo when I went to Cebu a few months back and I've been keeping it in the freezer for special use. So today, daughter has a sudden craving for pizza. The dough was bought from SM Hypermarket as well as the rest of the ingredients like cheese, pineapples and tomato sauce.


Ingredients:

Marby's Pizza Dough (medium)
1/2 kilo spicy chorizo
Clara Ole Creamy Tomato Sauce
Dole Pineapple Chunks
Onion slices
Cheese.



Evenly spread tomato sauce on the pizza dough. Add cooked spicy chorizo (I prefer to pan-fry it first sans the wrapping), pineapples, and onion. Grate cheese generously on top of everything. Bake until brown. Yum!


Jd


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