“Pizza Sandwiches”

Food / Monday, February 1st, 2010

Inspired by my friend Elizabeth’s pizza rolls, I decided to try making some of my own. With my new mini-zo bread maker, I made a thin pizza crust and then divided it in two. I cooked up some ground beef and seasoned it with some salt, parsley, oregano, basil, & pepper. I also threw in a can of diced tomatoes and then drained it.

I rolled out 1/2 of the pizza crust dough so it would be more rectangular and fit on my 9X13 pan. I then spread some pizza sauce on, laid on the beef, and sprinkled on a little shredded cheese. I covered this up with the other half of the pizza crust dough and baked in the oven at 400 for about 25-30 minutes. This is what my pizza crust dough recipe called for but I’d suggest baking it according to your crust recipe instructions. I’d still like to experiment with this a bit. I also used mostly white whole wheat flour and am wondering how different it would be using only white flour. Once again, my dear children came up with their own name for this meal; “Pizza sandwiches”.

4 Replies to ““Pizza Sandwiches””

    1. I do like how small it is. It makes a 1 lb loaf which lasts us just about the right amount of time. Sometimes I make 2 different types in a day though and I have not had to buy bread at the store for a while!

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