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Pepperoni Roll

Last night I made spicy garlic lime chicken with penne noodles. I wasn't a huge fan. I dont know if I made it right. The leftover noodles and salad are going to accompany todays creation Today I have a pepperoni roll in the oven and OMG it smells good! It looks great too I made just a few adjustments to this recipe The adjustments were I bought pizza dough in a can, I used the whole thing and did not cut it in half to make two and I used regular Hormel pepperoni not turkey. It may have been better to cut in half and make two because then I worried about the dough in the middle cooking. I put mine on a foil covered baking sheet. I would recommend spraying the foil with Pam before putting the really sticky dough on it.

 Pepperoni Roll 

1 can of refrigerated pizza dough.  I buy Pillsbury.
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
Shredded Parmesan Cheese
Butter, melted
Italian Seasoning 
Garlic Salt or Powder     
Olive Oil 
Dried Parsley 
Pizza sauce

Preheat over to 350F.
Cover a sheet pan in foil and lightly spray with non-stick spray.
Take the dough out of the container & lay it flat. 
Brush a little butter over the dough. 
Sprinkle with some Italian seasoning & garlic salt/powder. 
Lay the pepperoni on the dough, cover with mozzarella cheese and parmesan cheese. 
Roll up lengthwise and seal the ends and seam. 
Place seam-side down in a baking pan. 
Brush a small amount of olive oil over the top and sprinkle with dried parsley. 
Bake for 30 minutes. 
Heat pizza sauce and serve on the side for dipping.


Thanks! Can't wait to try this!! :)
Hey...just found your blog. Love it! Am going to try some of the rcipes. Thanks!!

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