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CopyCat Recipe: Pizza Hut Pan Pizza

The girls and boys on Facebook have decided: Before my Greek salad is published here on the blog at the end of the week, the CopyCat Pizza Hut Pizza comes first. And to be completely honest - I very much welcome this decision.

Why? Because this pizza is absolutely amazing and really tastes like the American fast food giant. So take a closer look and do it on the next Pizza Friday at the latest:

But before there is the complete recipe for base, sauce and topping below, I'll tell you a little story:

Once upon a time on a Saturday about 5 years ago. My brother came over and we wanted to make pizza ourselves for the first time, after we usually ordered from Joey’s. So let's go - work through my long shopping list. When they got home, the yeast dough was first prepared, the sauce was boiled down and the topping was cut into small pieces. The anticipation increased (the hunger too) and after what felt like an eternity we were able to roll out the dough, top it and throw it in the oven. The following 25 minutes of baking time felt like an eternity - why does pizza only have to smell so good when it is baked?

When the egg timer rang, my brother and I tore the pizza out of the oven like two savages, threw it on the first plate we saw, ran into the living room (Lord of the Rings was on - you don't miss a second) and started our way through the Italian delicacies to cut. Although delicacy would be exaggerated: The bottom was a rock-hard yeast dumpling and meter thick. The sauce was way too hot (“more is more” probably doesn't count with chillies) and the classic salami made from pork was mega disgusting. And the priceless look from my brother who said: "Mine, are you kidding me ??"

Since then I have been careful not to suggest homemade pizza at our sibling evenings. We'd rather stick with the order. UNTIL NOW!

I finally found a top-quality pizza dough that is not only fluffy and crispy at the same time, but is also coated with a sauce that does not have to be cooked. A dream. A quick and super tasty (pizza) dream. The fact that the whole thing tastes like a clone of the Pizza Hut pizza is of secondary importance - I made an edible super pizza. That's the whole point. Wow, maybe I should use the word pizza more often in this pizza post: pizza, pizza, pizza!

Oh yes, by the way: my brother happened to be back with me last weekend and when I told him that I could "really, really honestly" get it this time and he almost wanted to pick up the phone again, I could get him from my new one The recipe is convincing and was rewarded with a big smile at the cut and the first bite. Challenge completed.



2 pizzas á Ø26cm | 2 hrs 00 mins



200ml lukewarm water, 40ml milk, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 pack of dried yeast, 2 tablespoons sunflower oil + 6 tablespoons sunflower oil, 520g flour, 4 tablespoons breadcrumbs


200ml tomato strained, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon sep. Oregano, 1/2 teaspoon dried Basil, 1/2 teaspoon dried Marjoram, 1/2 garlic salt


150g air-dried beef salami, 200g grated mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil



1. Preheat the oven to 50 ° C

2. For the yeast dough, mix lukewarm water with milk, salt, sugar, dried yeast and 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil and leave to soak for 5 minutes. Sift the flour into a large bowl, add the yeast mixture and stir first with a wooden spoon, for example. Now it's time to knead, knead, knead - at least 10 minutes! If the dough is too sticky: Add a little flour. If the dough is too dry: wet your hands with water and continue kneading. The end result should be a soft, smooth and no longer sticky dough

3. Divide the dough into two equal parts and shape both into a ball. Then roll out these balls with a rolling pin to the diameter of the selected springform pan (in which the pizza is baked). Now prepare the springform pan: Pour 3 tablespoons of sunflower oil into each springform pan and distribute it evenly on the bottom and sides. Then sprinkle 2 tablespoons of breadcrumbs on each of the oil-wetted bases and place the dough in a springform pan. If the pizza is too big / too small for the pan, don't worry: Simply readjust with your hands and either shape the overlapping dough leftovers into a nice edge or press the dough outwards from the center so that the dough extends to the edge. Cover both springforms with cling film or a clean towel and let rise in the warm oven for about 1 hour

4. Now the sauce and topping can be prepared. For the sauce, mix all the ingredients together and set aside. For the topping, cut the salami into thin slices if necessary (for the authentic taste it should be air-dried beef salami) and cut all other ingredients (e.g. tomatoes, mushrooms, doubles, etc.) into small pieces

5. Take the pizza base out of the oven after approx. 1 hour and brush with sauce (sauce does not have to be used up!). Spread the grated mozzarella on the sauce and then let the topping follow. Put everything aside

6. Preheat the oven to 270 ° C. Only when the oven has reached this temperature put the pizzas in and bake for about 20 minutes until golden brown




Filed Under: All recipes at a glance, Copycat recipes, Meat & Poultry, Pizza & PastaTagged With: Vegetables, yeast dough, cheese, beef, pork, tomatoes