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Rocky_Cdn Wed, May-19-04 09:30

Finally tried this... and it's as good as it looks! Thanks for sharing DW.

I added hot sauce to the egg/cream mixture and it's got a great little zing!

:yum:

Liquidguy Sun, May-30-04 15:17

Oh wow...

I'm speechless. This is the best thing I've tasted since starting Atkins. All hail the chef!

Mearra Sat, Jun-12-04 23:24

This sounds wonderful I will try it this week on the family. Have had a hard time finding kid friendly recepes!!!

My kids put tabasco on their pizza for a kick, and then dip it in ranch(they have 0 carb ranch)mmmmmmmmmmmmmm :wave:

meowmisu Tue, Jun-15-04 08:52

this was soooooo good- i was a little hesitant about trying it- i was like- oh man, more eggs no way. It wasnt eggy at all, the "crust" gets browned and slightly crisp so that you can actually pick it up nd eat it like a slice of pizza. it was even better this morning warmed up in my toaster oven. soo very goooooodddd! :yum:

Norma June Wed, Jun-16-04 06:32

I always saute my green peppers, onion, mushrooms, etc. in olive oil before putting it on the pizza. And using nuked pepperoni as the crust is to die for. Putting the egg/cheese mixture on top of nuked pepperoni makes it even better. Oh droool!

iwill Wed, Jun-16-04 06:51

I made it last night, it was awesome, made mine with baby portabella's and pepperoni. I highly reccomend that recipe!

ThinMe2B Tue, Jul-20-04 11:19

YUM! This was so good. It's hard to believe it's low carb. Thanks for the recipe. I will be using it often!

twistermom Thu, Jul-22-04 05:37

I made this last night and all I can say is OMG! It was so good. I had to split the rest up and freeze it right away so I wouldn't eat it all! I can't wait to try it out on my daughter. I used mushrooms, green peppers, sausage, ground beef and pepperoni.

LCdolphin Tue, Jul-27-04 00:01

This was gorgeous! Definately recommend it!

CheriYM Tue, Jul-27-04 23:23

Another fan of this recipe!! I made a half recipe just to try it first, and immediately regretted that I hadn't done a full one!! I did it in an 8x8 glass pan and let the crust cool and then carefully got it out of the pan and onto a cooling rack, put the toppings on it and put the cooling rack directly on the oven rack to bake it. The bottom got crispy-ish and it was very pizza-like.

triplemom Wed, Aug-04-04 10:56

Yuuuuuummmmmmmm! I tried this today. My favorite pizza place in college had a broccoli/mushroom/black olive pizza that a friend and I used to split (along with a whole basket of buttered rolls - geez - no wonder I got fat). I tried that combination today (sans the buttered rolls) and it was wonderful!

sazz Tue, Aug-10-04 08:03

This is the best recepie i have found on here! It tastes just like the home made pizza we used to make at home when i was a kid!

Thanks !!

AndreaBash Wed, Aug-11-04 21:08

I admit I didn't read all of the replies, but wanted to add another post to the list. :)

WOW!

Thanks for posting this awesome recipe! :)

clk Fri, Aug-13-04 09:59

I just want to add my comments. I made the DDPQ yesterday, using crisped pepperoni as a base. I couldn't believe how good it was. I had four people over, three of them kids, and none of them low carbers like me. They practically inhaled it. Needless to say, I have none left, and I will have to make more today for me. All my guests thought it was actually better than regular pizza. This recipe is going to be a mainstay from now on. It will make low-carbing easier, because NOW I CAN HAVE PIZZA!!!

db81971 Sun, Aug-15-04 18:29

OH MY GOD! DONALD! YOU ARE A GOD!

I'm telling ya, this was the best recipe I have tried so far! I was absolutely fabulous! Even my hubby who would "NEVER" low carb, said it was Very good.

I have already made it twice.... once with hamburger onions mushrooms pepperoni

But the second one..... OMG! lc BBQ sauce, grilled chicken, green onions, mushrooms and hot peppers! IT was to die for!

( I also made a little sample in the corner for a future idea.... marinated artichokes, green olives, cherry tomatoes, and a little feta cheese. This was also VERY good. But I would advise really squeezing the juice out of the tomatoes, as it was a bit wet.)


Thank you again Donald.....

-Beverly

margmmks Mon, Aug-16-04 08:18

Sounds wonderful, and I think I have everything I need in the fridge now. I'm going to try it today. Thank you.

Vydor Sun, Aug-22-04 21:11

I hope no one minds, but I was just messing around with this recipe program I found, and if you click

http://www.vydor.net/deepdishpizza.html

You can see what it created. Not bad, dunno if worth the $24 or not, but I might get. Now I just need to get the ingredients and make it. :D

db81971 Mon, Aug-23-04 08:53

Quote:
Originally Posted by Vydor
I hope no one minds, but I was just messing around with this recipe program I found, and if you click

http://www.vydor.net/deepdishpizza.html

You can see what it created. Not bad, dunno if worth the $24 or not, but I might get. Now I just need to get the ingredients and make it. :D




That looks really nice, but I can't believe that it makes 4 servings.... we make 8 out of it, 6 servings if we don't have a salad with it. And always keep in mind, you still have to add the nutritional info for your toppings.

Beverly

Vydor Mon, Aug-23-04 08:58

Quote:
Originally Posted by db81971
That looks really nice, but I can't believe that it makes 4 servings.... we make 8 out of it, 6 servings if we don't have a salad with it. And always keep in mind, you still have to add the nutritional info for your toppings.

Beverly


I just guessed 4 serverings, I have not made it yet. :D

CheriYM Mon, Aug-23-04 09:44

I'd say it makes 4 "guy" servings and 6-8 "gal" servings :D

Vydor Wed, Aug-25-04 06:35

YUMMMMMY!!

Made this last night, changed a few things to deal with items I had on had, but was yummy!

BTW Cheri...
I cut it in to 8 slices, and my 5'1", 95 pound wife ate 2, so I guess she eats like a "guy" LOL!

MarciaM Mon, Aug-30-04 19:01

:lol: I have read through this whole thread and have almost 5 pages of this recipe's ideas from everyone! I will be trying this very soon and can hardly wait!

Marcia

easylyvin Sun, Sep-05-04 08:34

OMG! I FINALLY got around to trying this recipe and it was fabulous! We were going to a family get together with pizza, so I whipped this up for DH and I so we wouldn't feel left out. OH SO GOOD! A couple of Non LCers sampled this quiche and said it was "BETTER" than what they were having, which was one of the best pizzas in the city! Thank you so much for sharing this! This will have a permanant place in my recipe journal!

believer1 Tue, Sep-07-04 20:44

Allow me to throw my hat in the ring and say 'bravo'. My 8 year old son loves it and thinks it's real pizza dough under all those toppings. Even my wife thinks it's delicious. Thanks.

4beans4me Tue, Sep-14-04 18:03

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :hyper:

I have been an ALC member for almost a year and FINALLY tried this recipe tonight.

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :hyper:

Donald, you are the man! This is by far the BEST LC recipe I have tried so far. THANK YOU SO MUCH! :rose:

I omitted the heavy cream in the crust, and for toppings I used garlic alfredo, grilled chicken breasts, fresh garden tomato, spinach, and a sprinkle of onion. (calculated it to be 28 net carbs, and cut it into six huge pieces) It completely reminded me of the Gourmet Chicken pizza from Papa Murphy's. :thup: I also couldn't believe how the crust came out as a crust! I could easily pick up the pieces after they had cooled a few minutes.

I can't wait to try making this a bunch of various ways! The options are limitless!!! :yay:

Sincerely, Becki the Deep Dish Pizza Quiche Addict ;)

Amzippity Tue, Sep-14-04 20:28

I made this recipe over the weekend and it was good, but my crust wasn't very crust-like. It was soft and fell apart easily.
What should I have done differently? Should I have cooked it longer?

DWRolfe Thu, Sep-16-04 10:25

It is a quiche, so it's not going to be exactly "cust" like. But it sounds like you might want to cook the next one longer. I like to cook mine till it's brown and then top it and cook it even longer.

Hard to say what else may not have worked. Just be sure to get the liquid ingredients right, I guess.

Amzippity Sat, Sep-18-04 12:28

Donald,
Thanks for the response. When I first made it, I expected a quiche-like crust so I wasnt surprised about how it came out. Then I read that some people could pick it up with their fingers like a crust, so I thought maybe I did something differently. I'll try cooking it longer and see what happens. Thanks

DWRolfe Mon, Sep-20-04 10:08

For what it's worth, I can't really pick mine up with my fingers and eat it when it's hot. Definately when it's cold, but I think it would be messy when hot. I eat mine with a fork. :)

sassyB Wed, Sep-22-04 15:49

My crust is much firmer, but like 4beans above, I also omit the heavy cream. I can pick mine up while warm.


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