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Bread Pizzas. (Home Made & AirFryer)

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Bread Pizzas. (Home Made & AirFryer)



I made a couple of these a few weeks ago, after not making any for a long time.
I had forgotten how Great they were!!

These are really easy to make, even for a Crippled up Old Bear.
So the first one here I cheated on, by using a store bought Frozen Bread Pizza.
I just took a frozen Pepperoni Bread Pizza, and sliced up some leftover Sausage to put on top.
Those took 12 minutes @ 390° in a Crisper Basket of my #360 Air Fryer.

Then the next Day, I had some leftover Steak Rolls.
So I opened them up & covered the rolls with Pizza Sauce. Then Shredded Mozzarella Cheese.
Then I put a few slices of Pepperoni on top, and put them in the Baking Pan.
I set it at 390°, and these were done @ 12 minutes.

I love these Steak Roll Bread Pizzas—I think they are more Delicate & a really nice texture.


Enjoy the Pics!!

Bear

One of these was left after we had two night's Suppers of Sammies:
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Sliced the last Sausage for Pizza:
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Spread the slices on top of a couple Frozen Pepperoni Bread Pizzas:
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Bear's First Bread Pizza:
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Second one, with a little piece of the first one left:
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Next Night, started with two small Steak Rolls:
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Cover with Sauce & Shredded Mozzarella:
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Then some Pepperoni on top & into the #360 @ 390° for 12 minutes:
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Two Fresh Bread Pizzas from Scratch: MMMMMMmmmmmmm........................
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Nice looking bread pizzas and way better than those store bought box bread pizza.
 

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Sub rolls for pizza, eh? That sounds like a terrific idea. They look great Bear!
 

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Bear you ought to go about writing your own 360 cookbook :emoji_wink: That thing really gets a workout around your house and the stuff you're making is fairly easy but very tasty. You could spend a few years on the NY Times best seller list!!

Sub rolls for pizza, eh? That sounds like a terrific idea.
Yep!! Used sub rolls many times in the past. I made Italian biscuit bombs last week and the Pillsbury Grands make a really nice dough for small pizzas. I've also used torts in the past for a thin crust pizza that came out really well. Lots of options out there for pizza making. Heck, you can use Texas toast in a pinch. It's a bit thicker than we like but it'll stand up to the sauce.

Robert
 

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Nice looking bread pizza. You should try English muffins some time.

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that is some good looking pizza bear, looks like ya got quite a few tasty meals out of that sausage.
 

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Looks good and quick to make. Had Bagel Pizzas the other night. Used Thomas's Everything Bagels. Soft and Chewy...JJ
 

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Nice looking bread pizzas and way better than those store bought box bread pizza.

Thank You Rick!!
I like the frozen ones, but the ones I make with various rolls are definitely better!!
And Thanks for the Like.

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Makin me hungry . Looks great .
Thank You Rich!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear


Sub rolls for pizza, eh? That sounds like a terrific idea. They look great Bear!
Thank You Steve!!
It works great---I tried it on Hot Dog & Burger Buns too, but they're a little too Soft for this.
And Thanks for the Like.

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Bear you ought to go about writing your own 360 cookbook :emoji_wink: That thing really gets a workout around your house and the stuff you're making is fairly easy but very tasty. You could spend a few years on the NY Times best seller list!!



Yep!! Used sub rolls many times in the past. I made Italian biscuit bombs last week and the Pillsbury Grands make a really nice dough for small pizzas. I've also used torts in the past for a thin crust pizza that came out really well. Lots of options out there for pizza making. Heck, you can use Texas toast in a pinch. It's a bit thicker than we like but it'll stand up to the sauce.

Robert

Thank You Robert!!
I am writing a Book, and it's FREE !!
Just click on "Bear's Step by Steps".
And Thanks for the Like.

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Nice looking bread pizza. You should try English muffins some time.

Warren
Thank You Warren!!
Good idea---I'll try that next time we get some.
Mrs Bear likes to get them when they're "Buy One--Get 2 Free".
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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Tasty looking pizza Bear! That 360 puts out some nice food!

Like!
 

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Those look way better and probably taste way better than those frozen store bought ones.

Thank You SHS !!
Yes, I like most frozen bread pizzas, but my homemade ones are definitely better.
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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