Cast Iron Pan Pizza

Here’s a crispy and cheesy homemade cast iron pan pizza that would be amazing for lunch. Prepare a delicious pizza sauce made from pureed tomatoes, olive oil, and sugar. Add flavor to the pizza dough by coating the cast iron pan with some black pepper, dried oregano, and salt. Top it off with your favorite cheese and toppings to make it a even tastier.



• 1/4 tsp dry yeast
• 1 tsp sugar
• 1/2 cup warm water
• 1 cup all-purpose flour
• some olive oil
• 1/2 tsp salt

Cast Iron Coating:

• pinch of cornmeal
• pinch of fresh ground black pepper
• pinch of dried oregano
• pinch of salt


• 1/3 cup canned pureed tomatoes
• some olive oil
• pinch of sugar
• 1-2 fresh basil leaves (chopped)


• 4 oz mozzarella cheese (chopped and frozen)
• 1 jalapeno pepper (sliced thinly)
• some grated parmesan cheese


Prepare a wide mixing bowl.
Add dry yeast, sugar, and warm water.
Mix well to combine.
Let it rest for 5 minutes.
Drizzle some olive oil.
Add all-purpose flour and salt.
Mix well until it becomes a dough.
Knead the dough until soft.
Drizzle some olive oil again and form a round dough.
Cover the mixing bowl with a clingfilm.
Set aside and let it increase in size in 2 hours.

Prepare a 10-inch cast-iron pan.
Drizzle some olive oil.
Sprinkle a pinch of cornmeal, ground black pepper, dried oregano, and salt.
Coat the bottom and sides of the pan.
Spread the dough on the bottom of the pan.
Leave for 30 minutes and let the dough increase in size.

Meanwhile, prepare the pizza sauce.
In a bowl, add pureed tomatoes, olive oil, sugar, and chopped basil leaves.
Mix well to combine.

Set broiler to high.
Set the cast iron pan over medium heat.
Spread the pizza sauce on the pizza dough.
Sprinkle some grated parmesan cheese.
Add mozzarella cheese and chopped jalapeno.
Let it cook for 7-8 minutes.
Once done, remove from the heat.
Place it inside the broiler and let it cook for 3-4 minutes or until cheese is golden brown.
Once done, remove from the broiler and let it cool.
Slice for servings.

Cast Iron Pan Pizza
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