Pizza Roll-Ups (Oamc)
photo by SharonChen
- Ready In:
- 1hr 25mins
24 Roll ups
- 1 1 loaf italian bread dough or 1 loaf all purpose bread dough
- 1 lb lean ground beef or 1 lb turkey
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1⁄2 teaspoon pepper
- 2 cups grated part-skim mozzarella cheese
- 1 teaspoon Italian herb seasoning
- 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, chopped
- 4 cups italian tomato sauce
- Thaw dough; roll it into 14 x 24-inch rectangle about 1/4 inch thick.
- Brown ground beef or turkey; stir in remaining ingredients except Italian tomato xauce.
- Spoon filling evenly onto dough, slightly pressing filling into dough.
- Roll dough lengthwise like a jelly roll, and cut into 24 1-inch slices.
- Treat 2 rimmed cookie sheets with nonstick spray; lay slices on sheets about 1 inch apart.
- Preheat oven to 400°F.
- Let roll-ups sit for 10 minutes.
- Bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden.
- Cool roll-ups and freeze in 4 1 gallon bags, 6 per bag.
- Slip a 1 quart bag with 1 cup sauce into each bag of pizza roll ups.
- To prepare, thaw roll-ups and warm them in a preheated 400°F oven for 10 minutes or put them frozen in the microwave; heat on high for about 2 minutes.
- Serve with warmed Italian tomato sauce.
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These were just okay for us. Something about the seasonings made my hamburger meat taste more like sausage after coming out of the oven. That's not a bad thing considering we like sausage, but it was just unexpected. My first batch was charcoal after 20 minutes; I had to reduce cooking time to 14. I can see where these could be a kid-pleaser, but I'm not sure I'll try them again. Thank you, though!
I make something similar to this. It's called Stromboli. Everything is the same except that I don't slice before cooking, just cook the roll as a loaf of bread on a cookie sheet, approx 30-40 min at 325. This can be used for any ingredients, Ive tried it with ham and cheese with vegetables and scrambled eggs with bacon and cheese whatever ingredients you used, remember the cheese,it acts as a binder and holds everything together
Great idea! I ended up using fresh pizza dough from the Publix bakery. As one reviewer suggested, I spread olive oil on the dough and rubbed fresh garlic, italian seasoning and fresh parsley over it. I then topped with chopped onions, fresh mushrooms, sandwich style pepperoni and italian blend shredded cheese. I sprayed my pan with Pam and brushed the visible dough areas with more olive oil. Baked for about 25 min. I didn't use any red sauce when I ate one out of the oven and it was great! I like both white pizza and red pizza, but will definitely make the sauce next time to see the difference. Thanks for posting!
I took these to church last night for a fellowship and they were gone in a flash. I was low on time, so I used Pillsbury Italian bread in the can. I did not have time to brown any meat so I used pepperoni. I drizzled olive oil on the dough, then pepperoni, seasonings, and then cheese. I baked then for 15-20 minutes at 350. The pepperoni tastes great and is a quick option when low on time. Thanks for the recipe!
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Despite my lack of experience with dough (I NEVER bake), this turned out well! I didn't roll it thin enough so it made less than 24 and they were huge, but they looked neat and we liked them. I used sausage (a little under a pound) and added some chopped spinach (from frozen). I also used some extra seasoning (onion and garlic powders) and subbed some of the mozzarella for parmesan cheese. My husband still said they seemed to be missing "something." I guarantee I'll try these again!
I made this recipe the other night. It had the potential of being very yummy, but the cooktime didn't work with my oven and ours got burnt! They were okay when they were warm, but we couldn't eat any of them after they cooled because they were too hard. I'd recommned watching them closely while cooking. We used Prego spaghetti sauce instead of tomato paste (to dip it in). I also had the issues with the bread dough being way too sticky and the contents of the rolls falling out. I will definitely try the recipe again and watch the cooking time carefully. Thank you for posting!
i've been making these for years and the kids love them. I use sausage instead of hamburger and have started using pepperoni and other toppings as well. I use pizza a sauce for dipping. Unfortunatly these never make it to the freezer. The four kids and I polish them off too fast. THey are great for nights when we need to eat at the ballpark in the summer.
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