Pizza-Upside Down Pizza-Pizza

Introduction: Pizza-Upside Down Pizza-Pizza

About: I am an artist, builder and teacher living in Japan.

That's right! A pizza-upside down pizza-pizza! This is an easy way to jazz up cheap frozen pizza with packaged ingredients in three steps!

Step 1:

Place a pizza on parchment paper

Step 2:

Carefully place an upside pizza over the pizza.

Step 3:

Use packaged ingredients to make the third pizza on top.

Bake at 450F/230C for 10-15 minutes or until the bottom in golden brown.

Supplies:

-Two small pizzas=$4 ($2each)

-Small pepperoni stick=$1

-Small bag of cheese=$1.80

-Pizza sauce=$2

-Parchment paper

-Pizza cutter

-Pizza pan

-oven

*All supplies bought in Japan.

Step 1: Buy Your Supplies!

I used two pizzas, cheese, pizza sauce and a pepperoni stick. Together it was under $9.

Step 2: Parchment Paper Trick!

Crumpled up parchment paper is easier to work with.

Step 3: Build the Pizza-upside Down Pizza-pizza!

First cut up your pepperoni! When you're ready it's:

1.Pizza

2.Upside down pizza

3.Make a pizza

I wish I had more to write! This is crazy easy to make.

Step 4: Enjoy!

This pizza is awesome and easy to make! You can add anything you want to it, but I kept it to prepackaged stuff for this Instructable.

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    31 Comments

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    ScienceDiscoverer
    ScienceDiscoverer

    26 days ago

    Is this pizza just a dream inside a dream?

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    bryans workshop
    bryans workshop

    Reply 26 days ago

    It's exactly like the movie Inception!
    But with pizza.

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    cfs0527
    cfs0527

    5 weeks ago

    Now this is GENIUS! Whoda thunk!, I see 5/$10 frozen pizza sales all the time but I don't usually go for those deals because it's sometimes hard to tell the crust from the cardboard in the packaging. I usually get a higher priced brand and doctor it up with extra cheese anyway. I'm not that creative myself, but I can extrapolate. If I was to just bake 2 pizzas face to face without a 3rd layer but put the extra stuff in between, I would have a close approximation of a calzone.. This is the best food instructable I've seen since the homemade Twinkies recipe from years ago

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    bryans workshop
    bryans workshop

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    Thank you very much! Your calzone idea is even more genius than my pizza-upside down pizza-pizza idea. If we could somehow combine our geniuses together, we'd create the most epic Instructable in captivity.

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    cfs0527
    cfs0527

    Reply 4 weeks ago

    It was worth the effort. Not a lot of effort but it was worth it. Next time I'll try the calzone idea

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    cfs0527
    cfs0527

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    That would be interesting. I've made many pizzas but never an instructable. And if we did collaborate our geniuses to create a monster, we would definitely have to turn it loose here for some other genius to improve upon. I bought the stuff to make this but discovered my oven element burned out. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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    snowf7
    snowf7

    Reply 4 weeks ago

    I have neighbours who use their barbeque all year round. If you have a barbeque and a pan that will fit, you don't have to wait to fix the element in the oven. Good luck.

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    cfs0527
    cfs0527

    Reply 4 weeks ago

    Yeah! I heard of that never tried it. It's in the single digits here in WI but I can give it a shot. Got the oven working thanks to speedy Amazon so if it's too brutal outside I can always come in out of the cold.

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    bryans workshop
    bryans workshop

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    I think your oven element purposely burnt out, because it knew what was about to happen!

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    NikoO3
    NikoO3

    5 weeks ago on Introduction

    320 c is 608 degrees Fahrenheit, I think you ment 220c. I'll definitely give this a try sometime.

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    bryans workshop
    bryans workshop

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    Yikes! Thank you, and fixed it. I hope my silly goose mistake didn't lead to any burnt pizza.

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    StefanoB76
    StefanoB76

    5 weeks ago

    Continuate a mangiare gli hamburgher.
    Non avete idea di come sia una pizza col salamino, quello vero, fatta in casa a meno di 2.00 € al pezzo.
    Mi spiace, ma preferisco la mia. ( https://www.instagram.com/ )

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    DBat
    DBat

    5 weeks ago on Step 4

    With all the great Italian sausages and sauces why would anyone buy pizza fixins from some Chinese or other oriantel place ??????

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    bryans workshop
    bryans workshop

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    When the country you live in gives you lemons, you make pizza-upside down pizza-pizza.

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    QuigleyD
    QuigleyD

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    Give this guy a break. He is in Japan trying to get a pizza in a place where it is not normally eaten and he is doing his best under the circumstances. I think it is very creative of him under the circumstances. I have been to Japan and know that they make it their way which is not exactly the same. Those frozen pizzas he is using are probably not all that bad as you imply. The Japanese do things well and are probably much better than the cheap pizzas we get here for the price, so don't bash on the Japanese either. Frankly, I like his idea and I am going to try doing it myself.

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    fdc313
    fdc313

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    Probably because Bryan lives in Tomisato Japan.