Divide dough into 8 pieces. Place one dough ball on a piece of parchment and press out gently with your fingers to form a round, flat circle, thin but not transparent.
Place ricotta on one side of the circle, leaving about an inch around the edge. Add meat, veggies and mozzarella. Make sure pointy things, like onions, are on the bottom so they don't break through the dough. Gently take the other side of the circle under the parchment and fold it over onto the top. Use a fork or your fingers to press the edges together. At this point, we take some melted butter or dairy substitute, to which we've added some garlic powder, and gently paint this on to all the outside dough that is visible.
Put entire thing, including the parchment paper, onto your pizza stone and cook for about 10 minutes. Watch it carefully to make sure that it does not burn.
Remove from oven and do the same for the remaining seven dough balls.
These can also be partially cooked and frozen for future dinners.