Monday, September 29, 2008

Pizza Rolls


I apoligize in advance: I don't have a "recipe." This is one that I wing it, I know that will bother some of you but here's what I do:

Pizza Rolls
1 recipe basic roll dough
Pepperoni
5 c. shredded cheddar cheese (approximately)
Artichoke hearts
(This would also be good with: onion, bell pepper, mushrooms, etc.)

This works best if you split the dough in half and roll out each half separately, which is what I normally do- but didn't this time and it was alot harder to manage.
Roll the dough into a rectangle, place pepperoni pieces on, followed by cheese and separated artichoke hearts.
Roll up like a cinnamon roll and cut into equal slices (full recipe makes 24).
Place in greased muffin tins, let rise for about 30 minutes. Bake at 350˚ for about 30 minutes- until slightly brown on top.


A picture to show you the approximate amount of pepperoni I used. This counter is 21" x 25".


Naomi only pigs out on cheese when I'm cooking.


And she only eats artichoke hearts when I'm cooking... See my torn up kitchen? I'm getting used to it.


I cut the rolled dough into 4 equal portions, then marked out 6 on each piece before cutting.


If you just work with 1/2 of the dough at a time these look alot prettier. Though after they are cooked, they all look the same.


And the finished product!

7 comments:

RPH said...

i have been reading and sharing and using your recipes. i just have not commented in a while! sorry!
these are going to be on the menu next week. they look yummy! thanks for sharing all your great cooking

Cara said...

These look fantastic, thanks for the recipe!!

Anonymous said...

These look delicious, i'll be making them this week. Thanks.

Duncan & Suzanne said...

I need to get more yeast and then I plan to make these - I think we'll all find them to be fabulous!

Lynn said...

I make something similiar to this and posted about it a while back. My kids love them. We call them pepperoni rolls. Thanks for sharing how you make yours.

annaed_2 said...

I made these recently for a friend who has been having some significant health issues. I thought they would be something that would freeze well and she could heat up as many as needed. She loved them! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe!!

Rachel said...

How wonderful! Thanks!

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