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“Here’s the catch to the recipe. I’m a going to label it as easy, but you just got to make sure to let your frozen bread dough rise first. Which means, you have to remember to let it thaw and then rise for a few hours. I got up at 5:30 a.m. to do, so for this post and went back to bed. You can do it! *thumbs up*” KMONT
Ready-to-use bread dough, 1 -2 loaves
1 (14-ounce) jar pizza sauce or your favorite tomato sauce
Fresh mozzarella, thinly sliced (but pre-shredded is fine)
All-purpose flour, for dusting
Additional pizza sauce for dipping, optional
Allow bread dough to thaw and rise according to package directions. (This will take several
hours, so be sure to allow for this.)
Once your bread dough has raised sufficiently, heat oven to 375°F or whatever temperature is
recommended on your bread dough package.
Flour a counter top or cutting board well with all-purpose flour.
Dump out one of the bread loaves onto the flour, dust with a little more flour on top.
Roll it out long ways and a little on the sides until bread is about ¼ inch thick and about eight
Layer one quarter cup (or, more or less, to taste) pizza sauce onto the dough, spreading it to
cover most of the dough.
Layer on the mozzarella, breaking up any larger pieces as you go.
Tear pieces of fresh basil and sprinkle over the cheese.
Layer on the pepperoni slices.
Beginning at the short end closest to you, roll the dough, pulling it back towards you slightly to
better overlap the filling with each roll, and place the rolled pizza bread seam side down into a
loaf pan sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, until golden brown, or bake according to the directions on your own
bread dough package.
Allow bread to cool for a few minutes.
Turn onto a rack to cool a little more before slicing and serving.
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