Is that a pizza in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

Why yes, that is a pizza in my pocket.

And what a mighty fine pizza it is!

So, anyways, pocket pizza is an easy and fun snack to make for nearly any occasion (voiding all important occasions). You can even make a few and eat them for dinner. There is just no limit to the versatility of pocket pizza. I highly recommend it.

Step 1: Go get stuff

You will need:

Mozzarella cheese
Marinara sauce

Possible extras:

Fresh tomato
Dried tomatoes
What if you want to cook it in the microwave?
I would guess the cheese would melt around 30 seconds?&nbsp;I rarely user a microwave, so I wouldn't know. It might make it a little soggy.<br />
Microwaves don't make any type of bread--like pizza crust--soggy, they make them tough--like you're chewing on rubber, leather, or something else of the sort.
Well, i was thinking, and my idea is to probably cook it normally, freeze it, then reheat it in the microwave. I don't think you specifically have ever responded to one of my comments. You're like, my idol, dude. You rock, man.
Why the heck would you put a pizza in your pocket?
Looks like a good way to make a Calzone, stuffed with all your favorite 'stuffings'.&nbsp; Put a little sauce or water on the open edge, on the inside, and mash it with a fork to seal it.&nbsp; Poke holes in the top with a fork or knife to vent.&nbsp; Serve with a small cup of your favorite marinara for dipping.<br />
pita's make great inside out pizza as well as standing in for other breads and rolls. I&nbsp;make something like yours except I fry it in a little butter or bacon drippings to get a crispy crust and use a salsa instead of tomato sauce.<br /> <br /> &nbsp;Nice &quot;ible&quot; tasty sandwich.... my fault for reading it at 2am... = S

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