If there's one thing I've learned in the world of cooking, it's that minor changes can appease the masses. My husband, for example, often complains about how often we have homemade pizza.
Can you ever have too much homemade pizza? Puh-lease.
Apparently so. There is really absolutely no reason to make your pizza this way. It just looks looks cool, and quite frankly, you get away with eating much more pizza than if it was prepared the traditional way. And I'm all for more pizza, let me tell you.
- Fresh pizza dough
- Pizza sauce
- Italian seasoning
- Garlic salt
- Olive oil
- Shredded mozzarella cheese
- Roll out the dough in as square-of-a-shape as you can.
- Spread out a thin layer of pizza sauce. Too much and your dough will break.
- Layer with several pepperonis. This is not the time to be worried about quantity. Lay it on there thick.
- Generously spread out mozzarella cheese.
- Sprinkle with Italian seasoning and garlic salt.
- Roll it up! Do this very slowly and carefully.
- Brush olive oil on top of the "roll" and put in the oven at 350 degrees for 30-50 minutes.
- I know people probably get sick of hearing me say this, but I really hesitate to give a specific time for cooking. Every oven and pan are different, so just make sure that the top of this is golden brown and all the dough is cooked thoroughly.
It's that easy, folks! I've also seen people make this without sauce and put the sauce in a different container to dip this in. It's almost more of an appetizer than an actual meal. I won't say I'll make it like this every time, but it was definitely fun and different.
Love and variations,