Pure Muff Diver Pizza Bliss

I am slowly coming off muff diver pizza bliss; love these things. My mother taught me how to make pizzas on English muffins when I was a child. At about age 13 I renamed them muff diver pizzas, and the name has stuck with us in the family. When I feel the need to be at home and feel like I am with my family, or when I want nothing less then a perfect pizza meal I make these things. Tonight was a night where I wanted pizza perfection. They are insanely simple to make, and they taste orgasmicly good, as evident in the following picture of me eating one

To make the muff diver pizza you follow these simple steps:

  • Cut English muffins in half and place them open face up on a pan. I normally cover pan with tin foil to make clean up simpler.
  • Cover them with a liberal amount of pizza / spaghetti sauce. I normally buy the cheapest good stuff I can find in a jar, and then add chili oil, and Montreal seasoning, shake it up and put on the muffs. You want a descent amount of sauce; enough to allow it to soak into the muff and make the middle slightly gooey.
  • Cover the sauce with pepperoni or some other meat. At this point it is all up to you as to what to put on them, this is simply how I like to make them.
  • On top of the pepperoni I place cheese, some olives, a bit more cheese (parmesan), and a dash of Italian seasoning for colour.
  • Then you place the muff pizza goodness in the oven and bake for about 25-35 minutes at 350, or until the bottoms a bit crunch, and the tops are browned. I normally broil them for the last few minutes to get the golden brown colour. 25-35 minutes happens to be just enough to time to play fort and reenact the battle of Bismarck.

Before cooking, and after cooking pictures.

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