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These pizza rolls were an easy and delicious treat that my family enjoyed. Instead of frying, I lightly sprayed them with cooking spray and baked them at 425 for about 20 minutes until golden brown. I made these for Best of 2010 cookbook tag-thanks for the great recipe!

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Jociecee February 05, 2011

I made these for the superbowl. We amazing. Will never buy "fake" ones in the frozen section again. Used my own pizza sauce recipe, a small amnt of bacon, hot italian sausage, and pepperoni. people raved about them!

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Babydoll070409 February 10, 2012

Kit, you've done it again. These pizza rolls are wonderful! I had to use half the peppers and onion, used 1 cup of sliced green olives in place of the pepperoni and one 7-1/2 oz can of pizza sauce. Since I don't own an electric skillet I used my wok to deep fry them using a canola oil/olive oil blend. I ended up with 18 pizza rolls which is the number of wraps in one package of egg roll wraps. Thanks for sharing this keeper of a recipe.

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Dreamer in Ontario October 17, 2010

Thses are so good, great for the kids! I've tried another recipe for these, but this one was much simpler. I modified it a bit to fit my kids taste...any fillings taste good in these. I also think they would work great to make a bunch and freeze them to pop in the oven as needed.

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startnover January 14, 2006
Easy Pizza Rolls