Wednesday 20 February 2013

Homemade Pizza Pinwheels

   I love pizza pinwheels. I always have. Pizza is generally awesome, really, though, isn't it? Though, saying that, I knew a girl who hated pizza, and chocolate. Bloody weird if you ask me.
   As I said yesterday, I wanted to make these with homemade dough rather than store-bought, so I put together my own dough, the recipe for which I posted here yesterday. Using this recipe and typical pizza dressings, I managed to make really quite nice pinwheels!

I used:
Tomato puree (thick pasta sauce would work)
Ham pieces

   It's simple really. Spread the puree (less is more in this case) or pasta sauce over the rolled out dough, then sprinkle the cheese and ham. I won't tell you how much to use because I never thought to take much notice of how much I used. Just use what feels yummy. I went overboard with the puree but I still liked them. I don't know about everyone else. But I also think if I was to try again, I'd use either pizza sauce or pasta sauce. Something not as potent.
   Roll it up when you're happy with it, and once it's all rolled up, cut it into pieces. I went for 1 inch pieces but only because the dough wasn't rolled out thin enough.
   Stick it in the oven for the amount of time the dough needs cooking. If it's store-bought, it'll say on the package. If it's my dough, it's 12-15 minutes about 220C.


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