Great for parties! All made from luncheon meats
The trick is to always start and end with cheese
Roll out the pizza dough the size of a cookie sheet w/ at least a 1 inch lip. Layer the cold cuts and cheeses the long way down the center of the pizza dough.
Flip the small edges inward and seal the edges w/ a little water. Then flip over the long ends and seal w/ a little water.
Flip over so that the sealed edges are touching the cookie sheet. Brush w/ melted butter and bake @ 350 for 30 minutes.
The easiest way to serve is to slice 1 - 2 inch strips w/ an electric knife and serve
Epianolady 1y ago
dmcmil4911 2y agoEasy and oh so good
CYAG 3y agoHave used sliced meatballs and sliced provolone-pepperoni/cheese-cooked crumbled Italian sausage with fried peppers /onions..All worked Thanks!
bkrenee 3y agoWe did not care for this but our german shepherd ate it.
jessg1976 3y agoWas so good!! We really liked it! Was very easy and quick to make.. Will be making this on a regular basis. I topped it with garlic salt.
tommiller 3y ago
sarahj14u 4y agoeasy, used another commenter's suggestion and used pizza sauce as the dip.
aliamodo 4y agoEasy to make. My kids think I'm a culinary genius! Sprinkled oregano and crushed red pepper on top with some Parmesan cheese. A side of pizza sauce was the clincher.
Doodlebug222 4y agoFANTASTIC! I added garlic to the melted butter and sprinkled with parmesan before baking and they were GREAT! My famly has asked for them twice in two weeks! Thanks for sharing!
nicholasbazinga 4y ago