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Uncle Bill's Sausage Wisdom
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One (1) Rib of Celery
One (1) Green Pepper
One (1) Onion
Five (5) Cloves of Garlic
(1) Can of Tomato Sauce (small)
One (1) T. Tony Chachere's Special Herbal Seasoning Spice N' Herbs
Lifeline's Montana Jack
La Petit Outre Pizza Dough
Uncle Bill's Baton Rouge Style Extra Hot Andouille
Pickled Jalapenos (nacho sliced)
Market Cherry Tomatoes (3 kinds)
Start by chopping the celery, green pepper, onion and garlic --very fine. Next
heat some olive oil in a fry pan. Add the chopped veges. Add 1 tablespoon of Spice N' Herbs Cajun Seasoning. Cook 'till
soft. Add the tomato sauce and let cool !
Take the pizza dough and stretch it onto an oiled and corn-mealed pizza pan.
Cover with clear wrap and let rise over night.
The next day uncover the dough. Take a fork and poke holes all over the
dough. Cover with the tomato sauce. Top with cheese. Now top with the andouille sausage (sliced thin
or crumbled) and top that with the sliced jalapenos and tomatoes.
Heat your oven to 600 degrees. (I put stone tiles in
my oven, or you can use a pizza stone). Bake 12 minutes. Check the bottom to see if crust is done. If not, return
it to the oven for 5 minutes!
Remove from the oven. Cut into slices and ENJOY your CAJUN PIZZA!!
Find them at Uncle Bill's Store and at the Clark Fork River Market Missoula
CAJUN PIZZA with Fresh Montana Made Ingredients
Experience the bounty of Missoula's Clark Fork River Market through one of its most iconic vendors. Uncle Bill uses FRESH MARKET INGREDIENTS in his Featured Recipe. SO COME BUY your good food today and check back here regularly to see what catches Uncle Bill's imagination this time.
Made in Missoula, Montana, and Pattaya, Thailand, Uncle Bill's sausages is good food. And his dozens of sausage styles make other
good food better. Here, we capture some of Uncle Bill's cooking tips, some of which include Farmers' Market products. COME BUY
your good food today, and check back here often.
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