We have the coolest local pizza shop near us with some pretty unique pizza options. It’s usually a very long wait to get in, but it’s always worth it and is a hit with our family. Since going gluten free, I can no longer eat my favorite Korean BBQ pizza from here. So, I had to re-create it and make my own!
When it comes to the special Korean BBQ sauce, I actually switched the flavors up a bit. It’s so hard for me to find a gluten free version, so I made do with using one of my go-to marinades I have in my fridge: San-J sweet and tangy Polynesian sauce. And it worked out perfectly!
If you’ve never seen the brand before, San-J makes a whole line of certified gluten free sauces and marinades. I currently have a few in my fridge, including their gluten free tamari, and use them for everything from stir-fry to dipping sauces. They are such a quick and easy way to marinate and add flavor to your dishes, especially when you don’t have everything to make your sauces from scratch.
This pizza is pretty quick and easy to make. You can use any store bought pizza crust or dough, but I used Chébé’s gluten free pizza crust mix. I’ve really liked using it so far, as it’s easy to make tastes pretty good. If you use a different dough or crust, your bake times could vary. So keep that in mind (read notes below the recipe).
Once your crust is par-baked, it’s topped with olive oil and garlic, mozzarella cheese, and marinated stir fry beef. You could also try this with shredded rib meat, which I know is also quite delicious. Then you just bake the pizza in a 450℉ oven for about 7 minutes, and finish it off with fresh arugula, sesame seeds, and an extra drizzle of the Polynesian sauce for good measure.
Simple, easy, and full of flavor. Try it today, and see if it becomes a hit in your house too.
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