From time to time, online visitors enjoy the treat of discovery very tasty recipes posted at social media websites for the benefit of the public. A woman named Jenny Brown recently provided a great recipe for pizza bread designed to “pull-apart”. She shared this information via the Internet.
Modern pizza, of course, has developed enthusiastic fans around the world since the dish first appeared in the United States over a hundred years ago. A basic pizza consists of a crust of variable thickness topped with layers of melted cheese, pizza sauce, and other delectables. Most people dine on hot pizza, although some households regularly consume cold pizzas, too. Available in a number of different forms and sizes today, pizza remains one of the most versatile foods on the American menu.
Quite a few years ago, someone discovered that bread could provide a great substrate for pizza, although this item differs substantially from a specially prepared pizza crust baked with the pizza in a pizza oven. “Pizza bread” has occupied a respected place among favorite menus in many households for decades.
Jenny Brown’s recipe holds great appeal, since she actually prepares an entire pizza bread meal from scratch. Her hot pizza bread dish actually pulls-apart easily. The easy-to-follow directions make dinner preparation easy:
She recommends pre-heating the open to a standard 350 degrees. Prepare a Bundt pan or other cake pan by greasing the sides to prevent the crust from sticking to the surface. The rest of the preparation continues very easily, a testimony to the conveniences of modern fast-food.
Combine in the pan 1″-thick balls of rolled up prepackaged pizza dough, sufficient to empty the contents of a single tube of pizza crust. Add 1 cup of diced Mozzarella Cheese, and 1/3 cup of grated Parmesan Cheese, too. Non-vegetarians add 18 ounces of sliced Pepperoni to this mix. Then stir everything together well, mixing all the ingredients together thoroughly by hand. Season to taste.
Add Seasonings And Cheese And Bake
Jenny Brown recommends some specific seasonings. She suggests using the following recipe:
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil;
- 1.5 tablespoons of “Italian seasoning”;
- 1 tablespoon of fresh garlic;
- 1/2 half teaspoon of garlic salt.
When the mixture appears well-stirred and ready to slip into the oven, as a final touch simply cover the contents with 1/2 cup of diced Cheddar or Sharp Cheddar Cheese sprinkled over the top. Place in the oven and bake at 350 degrees for half and hour.
Served with your favorite salad or pizza sauce, this easily prepared casserole dish will add the great taste of hot pizza to your dinner table, without requiring you to separately bake and prepare a pizza crust. As an easily prepared appetizer or main course, it holds few equals!