I like to make pizza at home as a family meal.  I get lots of help from the kids.  We didn’t like it when the crust came out soggy, and we couldn’t agree with which type of sauce we should have; some wanted red sauce and some wanted white sauce.  Our answer  was to create the sauceless  pizza.
Everyone one gets the sauce they want and no more soggy crust.

Step 1: Ingredients

Pizza Dough
Variety of Spices
Pizza toppings
Mozzarella Cheese (Shredded)
Pizza / Dipping Sauce (yes, for a sauceless pizza)
I have a yeast phobia, so I really like the idea of using Rhodes bread. Thanks for sharing! <br> <br>My favorite pizza dipping sauce is Blue cheese... add a side of pickled whole jalapenos to munch on with every bite... I'm in pizza heaven! ;-P~
OOOh!, That sounds good. I'm going to try Blue Cheese next time. I bet the kids pass on that. I've also never tried pickled jalapenos either. <br>I like to sometimes put sliced jalapenos on the pizza before cooking, time to try a couple of somethings new. <br>Thanks for the ideas, and for commenting on my instructable.
Thanks, The spices step makes it pop more than the breadsticks most places serve. If I ran a pizza place, I'd spice up the breadsticks and claim (truthfully in my opinion) that our breadsticks (with toppings) are better than the competition's. <br>I appreciate your reading and commenting.
This sounds great! Kinda like those yummy breadsticks pizza places often serve, but with toppings!

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