Pizza capers

One of the coolest things about moving to Brisbane was discovering Pizza Capers. They’re pretty expensive. But they do cool flavour combos. But if I was on about their pizzas in this post I’d have capitalised the C in the title.

We’ve been working on our homemade pizza skills recently, and I’m pretty happy with my bastardisation of a Pizza Capers creation.

Here’s the recipe:

  • Pizza dough (we make it in our breadmaker).
  • Jack Daniel’s Smokey BBQ sauce.
  • Chicken (marinated in said sauce – which also functions as the base), cooked first, of course.
  • Bacon, also marinated. Also in said BBQ sauce.
  • Mozzarella Cheese – in the lumpy form, not the grated form.
  • Potato sliced thinly, boiled first.
  • Sour cream – a drizzle on top.
  • Onion – somewhere in the piece.

Mmm. Delicious. But tangential to my actual purpose of posting. Firstly, I wanted to know what good topping options are out there. And secondly, it seemed an appropriate way to share this video. My next step in pizza making…


David says:

If you ever get the chance, look out for Gourmet Pizza Kitchen down in Sydney. They're a bit more expensive than pizza capers but take pizzas to a whole new planet. Your pizza sounds pretty good too.

queen stuss says:

hmmm…. you're pizza sounds good. We've started a friday night pizza tradition. I'll have to try something like that soon.
Pizza Capers opened here a couple of months ago. We got a pizza from there recently but weren't overly impressed. Considerably better than certain other pizza chains, but not as good as other pizzas I've bought, or as I make.

Hi Nathan,

Loved reading your post and thanks for writing about us!I might have to try out your Pizza! ;) I’ve got the smoky sauce in my cupboard!
Hi Queen Stuss, I’m sorry your experience wasn’t great. If you’d like to email I’d really like to hear how it was and I can pass that info on for you. We’re all about growing here!

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