Recipe by CANTHUS
"Easy pizza sandwiches that are perfect for an appetizer tray, or as a meal for one."
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1 (8 ounce) package
refrigerated crescent rolls
These turned out really good. I followed the recipe except for using pizza sauce instead of the tomato paste...though it would be more flavorful (and I believe it was). We added pepperoni and sausages to the sandwiches. Tasted just like our regular pizza...but since they were in the crescent rolls...much better. They turn out so flaky and delicious. Thanks for the post.
I admit these were quite easy, much easier than rolling out dough. I can also see this *concept* as a good basis for custom building (adding pepperoni or whatever)... except that I thought they were too much dough, could hardly taste any cheese, and unfortunately could taste the tomato paste far too much. If I use a different sauce, a different cheese, etc., then really, the only thing I've taken from this recipe is the idea of using crescent rolls.
I didn't get to try these b/c they were gone almost as soon as I served them. I added "pizza sliced" pepperoni. I served these with other tried and true appetizers from this site and these were one of the quickest to go (however, I assume that's partially due to the fact they don't make alot). My only complaint: I didn't like how the paste looked on top of the rolls. I might just bake without and then serve with pizza sauce as a dip alternative for my guests instead.
Not bad! Very quick. I used shredded mozzarella instead. Next time, I'll put in mushrooms and pepperoni, kinda like a calzone. Thanks!
My daughter so LOVES this for lunch. She makes sure that I get the rolls to make them when we go grocery shopping. I use the plum tomato paste with a little sprinkle of italian seasoning and it so rocks. Also, I give it a little parm cheese too. If I'm hungry I'll mix baby bella mushrooms with a drizzle of EVOO and a clove of minced garlic in a bowl and stick it in the microwave for about 30 seconds. I use the mushrooms & garlic for the inside and coat the outside with the remaining EVOO and WOW, it's great. Fabulous recipe!!
Very tasty and fast. I even added spinach to it to give it an extra kick.
Delicious! I separated the 4 squares, and we added what we wanted to the tomato and oregano base - I had red onion, cheeses, fresh tomato and proscuitto; Husband had cheeses, pepperoni and jalepeno. This is a really great idea - would be excellent for kids! Thanks, Joe!
It was pretty good, but seemed kind of sweet (because of the tomato paste). I also added spinach (frozen, thawed, drained). Next time I'll probably mix the paste with tabasco or use pizza sauce instead, and add some sort of thinly sliced meat.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Quick Pizza Sandwiches
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 149
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