Recipe by Tamara Neeley
"This is my husband's recipe for pizza bread with cheese and pepperoni. He makes it in the bread machine and it's yummy!"
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1 1/4 cups
1 1/2 tablespoons
shredded Cheddar cheese
sliced pepperoni sausage
1 1/2 tablespoons
grated Parmesan cheese
1 (.25 ounce) package
active dry yeast
3 1/2 cups
I loved the bread and so did my husband, the only problem was i have a 1 and half pound machine and the top caved in while baking. The flavor is great and i would recomend it to anyone. Great Bread
getting ready to make this sure it will be yummy But just want to let you all know who don't. Be sure to wait and add the pepperoni and cheese, etc on your machine's last knead; otherwise, it will chew up the meat and other add ins to nothing.
I substituted mozzarella cheese for the cheddar cheese, but overall the bread was good.
Great recipe, I was amazed at how the pepperoni just disintegrates into the dough, I thought the finished bread would have small chunks of meat but end result was just small flecks. Next time I will buy the spiciest pepperoni I can find (maybe even pepperettes) because once mixed with the dough the meat loses a lot of it's flavour, also would be good with a few sun dried tomato's and more garlic. I used the bread maker to the second rise and then removed the dough, divided it and it made 24 dinner rolls (let it rise again) - baked at 350 for 20 minutes, and everyone loved it.
P.S. Tried this a second time with turkey pepperettes (the little individual pepperoni sticks) and did not like it as much. I cut them in 1 inch pieces and they did not disintegrate like the previous try but instead the thick skin of the pepperettes stayed in tact while the meat disolved, overall not appealing. I will stick to the regular sliced pepperoni and just get the spiciest one I can find.
Great recipe, I did make it slightly differently though. I didn't use a bread machine. I let the dough rise in a greased container with chopped garlic. Next I beat it down and allowed it to rise again. After allowing the dough to rise the second time I rolled it out and covered it with sliced pepperoni a little more shredded cheddar and bacon bits. I rolled it together pinched the ends and allowed it to rise in the loaf pan and then baked it at 350 degrees. I used a garlic and herb cheddar cheese it was so flavorful!
My hubby had his fishing buddies over to plan the BIG trip to Tofino. I had this bread just coming out of the oven.They loved it and ate the whole thing. Every one of the guys took the recipe home. I do mine in the machine thru the second rise, then take it out and bake it in a 9X5 pan at 400 degrees for 35 minutes. PERFECTION! Thank your hubby for us Tamara.PS I used Asiago cheese and 1t of garlic powder this time. Yummy!
Just made this last night...very good. One question...where did all the pepperoni's go?! Used only 12oz pepperoni, and added crushed garlic, chopped onions, banana peppers and jalepenos. Next time we'll add half the pepperoni's when the bread maker beeps. The mixer pulverized them to nothing and we would like some pepperoni chunks. Very good bread!
yummy, delicious! Family loved it. The only thing I will do different next time will be to cook it on medium setting instead of light. The bread was just a little doughy in the middle. I think then it will be worth 5 stars!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hubby's Pizza Bread
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 155
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