12.08.2010

PIZZA ROLL SANDWICH!

There's more than one way to skin a cat, or to make a pizza! The Pizza Roll Sandwich is nothing new, but if you're on the spot and need to bring a dish to your office party, this one's quick, tasty and travels like a dream.
Just get a pizza dough (this one's from Pillsbury, found near the crescent roll section), some Italian sausage, cheese and any other pizza topping that floats your gondola.
Saute your sausage mixture first, let it cool while you roll out your dough/crust. Brush the flattened dough with egg, dress the dough as pictured here, roll it up, coat the outside too, and bake until golden brown. Be sure to let it sit for at least 10 minutes before you cut into it, and serve.

It may be a little far from "gourmet", but who doesn't like Pizza?

30 comments:

  1. What I love about pizza rolls is that they're really quite fast to make~and savory...yum!

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  2. Yum, I love pizza rolls!!!

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  3. In Jersey they call these stomboli, but I love them as sammie rolls!

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  4. It could be called a Stromboli... yours looks terrific!

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  5. I was thinking the same thing...stromboli. But after all, this is THE sandwich blog, and it eats like a sammie, so why not call it one? : ) This looks wonderful!

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  6. I'm totally intrigued, not to mention slightly turned on.

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  7. Looks great and with all that sauage and cheese, it can't miss! Plus, it looks so simple to make... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  8. it is indeed a stromboli -but you can call it whatever you want - I love italian sausage and cheese - put a little "gravy" on the side for dipping and its gold.

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  9. That looks delicious. Is it lunchtime yet?

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  10. Great idea! Will have to try this.

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  11. elvis,banana,,,george lennon

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  12. How long do you bake it & at what temp? Wonder how it would turn out if you put pizza suace in there too?

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  13. IT'S COMPLICATED sandwich was a 'Croque de Monsiuer' (spelling?)

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  14. Elvis had PB & Banana Sandwiches

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  15. Humbert makes Lolita "pit beef sandwich".

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  16. And Elvis liked it grilled!

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  17. The pics must be Sarah Palin and George Harrison

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  18. what's the oven temp set to ?

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  19. I'm pretty sure u bake it according to the pizza crust pkg directions. Give or take a few minutes.
    I make something similar all the time, just never thought to roll it all up and then cut it. I always use cresent roll rectangles.

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  20. What temperature should the oven be set to?

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  21. LOOKS LIKE RINGO STARR

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  22. That is George Harrison...NO DOUBT!

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  23. Thanks everyone. I got Stomboli, Stromboli, Sammie Roll and Pizza Log! Any way you slice it, it's a sandwich! I would agree that pizza sauce would be a great addition. Not to mention roasted garlic... You bake it according to the instruction on the crust, or until golden brown!

    Re: Trivia: Anonymous, the Lolita question is a trick. They never mention what's in the sandwich that Humbert made for Lo. Beep Pit? Love your imagination! The Beatle is George Harrison. Rhonda J, The little girl is indeed Sarah Palin. Great guess! You are also correct about the sandwich in "It's Complicated"! I don't know how to spell it either. You're each correct about Elvis' sandwich. This was a lot of fun. Thanks for humoring me! Love, Keri

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  24. Again, a fantastic sandwich. I wouldn't call this a stromboli at all. It's a rolled up sandwich! I love it.

    I love it so much that I've given you an award, which you can get at my site whenever you have a chance. Thanks for such wonderful recipes and great writing.

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  25. Lovely roll sandwich.
    You are genius Keri.
    I have something in my blog for you. Hope you do not mind.

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  26. Happy new year! That looks like what I call a stromboli, but I'm not the sandwich expert. Used to make those lots a few years ago. Not sure why I stopped. Thanks for reminding me of this excellent sammich!

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  27. Where'd ya go? I hope all is well -- miss you! Happy new year!

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  28. I am getting ready to do another bloggers recipe roundup. Are you interested? I sent you an email all about it :)

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  29. Hi, Keri! I am ALWAYS looking for creative ways to make sandwiches for my church! Thank you for your visit to my blog and I absolutely LOVE yours! So glad to meet you! :)

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  30. Oh Samwich
    That pizza roll is soooo yummy looking, I'm making for dinner tonite. I just love your page and my family really does.. I make them all these yummy snadwiches, thank you

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