Learn how to make Pepperoni Pizza Bread!
Pepperoni Pizza Pull-Apart Bread is the perfect snack to enjoy during a game. Stuff it with all your favorite toppings-turned-fillings for a weekend win.
frozen dough that has been pre-packaged (I prefer Rhodes)
Shredded cheese (mexi-blend or mozzerella)
pepperoni or any other pizza toppings you like
Wrap the bread dough in plastic wrap.
Allow the dough to defrost for a couple of hours at the room temperature.
Make dough into an approximately 11×11 square.
One log of frozen dough is one pepperoni roll.
Make sure to coat dough with olive oil or the cooking oil of your choice. like.
Spread pepperoni on the dough and cover all the surface. I prefer to use sandwich pepperoni purchased from the Deli. Sprinkle with shredded mozzarella cheese.
Then, sprinkle it with the shredded Parmesan cheese. You can also use grated cheese from the can if that’s the only thing you are in your hand…but you can buy shreds of Parmesan in the form of a bag.You’ll discover it in the middle of other bags of cheese shredded. Wal Mart sells it for $1.99 and it’s very excellent. I prefer having the shreds of Parmesan inside the bags as it tastes so much more delicious!
Sprinkle lightly lightly with Italian herbs…basically some dried oreganoand basil and parsley. Be cautious, don’t use too many ….oregano is very potent and you should avoid too excessive amounts!
Add a sprinkle of powdered garlic. I ran depleted of garlic therefore I substituted garlic salt.
Begin rolling dough at the edge of the square.
Place the rolls on the baking sheets and leave space.
Spread butter that has melted over the uncooked pepperoni roll. There is no need to let it rise.
Bake it immediately. It will rise in the oven to the ideal level.
Bake at 375 ° for approximately. 15-20 minutes. The oven temperature. and times could differ.
When it is done, the top of the roll should be golden brown , and you can make a tap sound on the crust using your fingernail…just like bake bread. Be sure to allow the pepperoni rolls cooling completely prior to serving.