Wednesday, January 25, 2012

French Bread Pizza, Buffalo Chicken Style or Garlic Cheesy Pizza Plus Video



Really the skies the limit folks, these are a 5 minute meal.
Leftovers? Here's a great way to use them.
Whether your having a party, in a hurry or just love pizza this one's for you!




Shown are olive, mushroom, peppers, pepperoni on the left.
Buffalo Chicken French Bread Pizza on the right!





The kid's will love this one!


1 loaf french bread sliced lengthwise in half then in half again! You will get four different kinds. Or just split once for two long pizza's. It's easier to arrange on a cookie sheet cut in half. Place on a foil lined cookie sheet for easy cleaning.
olive oil
dried, oregano,basil, garlic powder
tomato sauce store bought or homemade
mozzarella
assorted topping sliced,  cooked sausage, pepperoni, cooked ham, olive, cooked meatballs sliced, peppers, mushrooms, eggplant, meatball, ham, pineapple, cooked chicken
hot sauce
ranch or blue cheese dressing
mexican 4 or 5 kinds of mixed shredded cheese

Slice bread, add sauce, then toppings of choice, top with mozzarella, drizzle with olive oil..sprinkle lighting with dried spices….. Broil on high until the cheese is melted around 3 to 4 minutes watching carefully.  Bake on 430 degrees for a harder crust for 5 minutes until cheese is melted. 


Buffalo Chicken Pizza
Slice in half. Place cooked chicken on the bread. Pour 3 or 4 tablespoons of ranch or blue cheese dressing evenly over the top of the chicken. Add hot sauce on top of the dressing. Generously top with cheese. Broil for 3 minutes on high till cheese is melted.


Garlic Cheesy Bread
Spread top of cut bread loaf with butter or olive oil. Sprinkle with garlic powder lightly. Add dried parsley, oregano, basil  to cover the top lightly on the buttery side. Add a pinch of salt and pepper to taste, cayenne if you like heat. Top the herb bread with lots of whole milk shredded mozzarella. Bake for 10 minutes at 400, or broil on "HI" and toast cheese till it's browned watching closing around 2 to 3 minutes.


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