What to make with pizza dough? With more people out there having it all the time, people are always looking for new things to make with pizza dough. Some of them turn into cookbooks, while others just want to use it as a pizza base to top their favorite food with. While you can bake a pizza base in the oven, it’s much easier (and cheaper) to top the pizza with your choice of toppings and bake it in the oven until the cheese is melted. Here are a few new things to make with pizza dough that you might find interesting:
Baking Pizza With A Test Kitchen If you have leftover dough from a previous recipe and looking for new things to make with pizza dough, you can try a test kitchen baked pizza recipe. This cookbook offers hundreds of pizza recipes from various regions all over the world. For example, one pizza in the test kitchen uses broccoli as the main ingredient and fontina cheese and red onions. The result is an Italian-style pizza.
Pizza Rolls With Cheese Crackers Another new idea for pizza dough is to try and create crackers out of it. This can be a fun activity for kids too. Just make a large pan of dough and cut it into quarter-inch pieces. Spread the crackers with the pizza dough and place them in the oil over low heat. When the crackers are golden brown, remove them from the heat. Using a cookie cutter, shape the crackers into football shapes and place them on a baking sheet.
Brush And Bake The pizza dough rolls will roll out fairly quickly, but you should brush them just before putting them under the oven. Simply using the brush and heat, you can give the rolls a nice golden brown look. After brushing, simply take them out of the oven and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack. Then, brush again before baking in the oven.
Chicken Fingers With A Sausage Sauce Many people don’t think to do with their pizza dough to bake a chicken fingerling. If you put a sausage, chicken, and cheese blend in the middle of the dough, you can form a cushion-like handshape. Then, use the fingers to hold the fusion together, wrap them around the outside of the bread, and bake in the oven for ten to fifteen minutes.
Cheese Stuffed Bites Another new idea for pizza dough is to add cheese to the bites. You can make cheese-stuffed bites by mixing softened cream cheese with a bit of sour cream, pepper, and cooked ham or pimento cheese. Spread the mixture over the bites and bake until the cheese mixture starts to pull away from the bottom of the bread. You can continue to mold the bites as you go, or you can use a different combination of ingredients for each bite.
Tomato & Basil Pizza Rolls With Zucchini A popular combination making a comeback is a zucchini and tomato pizza roll. In this recipe, the zucchini is wrapped around the tomatoes in a cellophane bag. You then spread the zucchini cheese over the tomato base and crimp it into a U shape. Finally, you fold the end of the cellophane bag over the base of the roll to seal in the cheese. When you are ready to bake, put the rolls on an unheated pizza stone or pizza baking sheet and bake at the recommended temperature for about thirty minutes.
Cinnamon Rolls With Caramel A cinnamon roll recipe originated in the Middle East. Traditionally, cinnamon rolls were baked with a thin layer of melted unsalted butter or clarified butter over the top. Today, the cinnamon roll can be baked with a light caramel sauce or butter and cream cheese. To create this recipe, you take a piece of square-end cheese, roll it into a sausage shape, spread with a layer of caramels, fold the end of the cheese over and crimp it into a ball. Bake in the oven until the cheese is melted and remove from the oven.