Killer Pizza Sandwich

so i decided to make my first sandwich with raw pizza dough that i got from my local pizzeria.  there were a few things i would have changed, but, it was really delicious.

i originally planned this guy to be a small finger food sort of thing; the original idea was for them to be baked into cupcake sized tins. however, it didn’t work out that way. although, that still might be a good idea to try.

i’m not too good at rolling out the dough apparently. i just put it in the ceramic dish and pinched the dough to the sides of it. then i just put in the cheese, chicken sausage and then the egg. what i should have done is rolled out the dough much bigger than the pan and then just folded over the flaps on top to seal it. what i did instead though was try to braid/twist the tough on top to seal it. it eventually opened up in the oven while it was baking.

the next issue was the ratio of ingredients. i should have added one more egg and scrambled them. in the sandwich i only put one egg and didn’t scramble it at all.  i also don’t think putting another slice of cheese and some salt and pepper would have hurt either. my mom thought it would have been a better idea to use the Pillsbury crescent rolls instead, but pizza dough was a great choice. obviously i ate it with hot sauce, always a good decision.

another major issue was deciding at what temperature to bake it at and for how long. i started off at 375 degrees, and set the timer for 15 minutes. however, after 5 minutes of baking, i realized that a) pizza ovens must be much hotter than 375 and b)i have no idea how long it will take, so putting it on a timer is pointless. so i cranked it up to 425 and just sat patiently until it was golden. i would say that after about 15 more minutes (20ish minutes total now), i put it up 25 more degrees to 450 for 5 more minutes to ensure that everything was cooked thoroughly and that the pizza dough would be crispy.

i figure i can really put any of the omelets that i have made in the past into the dough/pan and it would then become a sandwich. i’m pretty excited to see what sort of combinations i can put into the sandwich. now, any omelet can be turned into a sandwich.

i’m still contemplating putting these guys into a smaller tin, i think i will try that next before the dough goes bad. it will make it more like an appetizer sort of thing. we will see.

i realize now that there are no pictures of me making it. next time i’ll be sure to take more pictures during the process so you can see exactly what is going on. my bad.

hope you like it! feel free to comment/suggest anytime.

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4 Responses to “Killer Pizza Sandwich”

  1. Katie Says:

    Hi nice blog 🙂 I can see a lot of effort has been put in.

  2. killeromelets Says:

    thanks a lot! come back anytime! tell your friends!

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