Italian Dunkers

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Introduction: Italian Dunkers

In this Instructable I will be showing you how to make super yummy quick Italian style snack...things.

Step 1: Gather Ingrediants

To make these yummy munchables you're gonna need Prego (or any pizza or pasta sauce, doesn't really matter unless you're really picky), butter or margerine, italian seasoning, a loaf of french bread, and mozzarella cheese slices. Also pictured is a little dish, but that should be with the equipment.

Step 2: Gather Equipment

Here I have a cookie sheet, a brush, a spoon, and a serrated knife.

Step 3: Get Started!

Spoon out some of your butter or margarine and put it in the little dish, and sprinkle some italian seasoning on it, then microwave this for about 20 seconds. While you're doing this, cut your french bread with the serrated knife (might not be nessecary depending on the brand of bread you have, the stuff I had said "sliced" but it was only cut a little over half way through) and put the pieces on a cookie sheet.

Step 4: Season the Bread.

Put your melted butter/margarine and Italian seasoning near the cookie sheat with the bread on it, and brush the sauce on the bread. If you don't have a brush or don't want to use one, you can use a spoon instead and just drizzle the sauce on the bread.

Step 5: Finish It Up and Cook

Cut the mozzarella cheese slices so the slice covers the piece of bread, and then broil them until the cheese starts to bubble (if you like them soft). If you want them a little crispier, wait until the cheese starts to brown.

Step 6: Eat!

Enjoy! You can eat them plain, but they taste much better if you dip thim in some form of pasta/pizza sauce.

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    16 Discussions

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    maxpower49
    maxpower49

    10 years ago on Introduction

     these are great i am eating some now and they are awesome

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    AlenSmiley
    AlenSmiley

    11 years ago on Introduction

    these are so good and taisty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    mcadwell
    mcadwell

    11 years ago on Introduction

    We've made these for years! And called them pizza bread.

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    pierlo
    pierlo

    12 years ago on Introduction

    not italian! never heard nor seen! must taste good nonetheless :) Cheers!

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    downgrade
    downgrade

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    It's just what they are called. French fries/toast/dressing aren't actually French, but no one really freaks out (besides those freaks and their Freedom fries/toast/dressing, but that's a different story)

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    ichipoodle
    ichipoodle

    13 years ago on Introduction

    Yummy! i would try romano cheese instead of the normal cheese; gives it a better flavor

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    m13a8
    m13a8

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks! I'll try that some time! One time I wanted to make them but found I was out of mozarella, so I put cheddar cheese on and pepperonies instead, and they were still pretty good.

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    BLACKROD
    BLACKROD

    13 years ago on Introduction

    Mmm... Great idea, it's kinda like garlic bread with cheese and sauce. Cool instructable. Easy, quick, simple.

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    TheCheese9921
    TheCheese9921

    13 years ago on Introduction

    I thought everyone new how to do this, and yes they are flipping awsome

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    ongissim
    ongissim

    13 years ago on Introduction

    I just tried this and it...is...FANTASTIC! However, I added red pepper flakes to the seasoning to give it an extra kick. Wonderful instructable!

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    Sgt.Waffles
    Sgt.Waffles

    13 years ago on Introduction

    WHY MUST PEOPLE POST FOOD INSTRUCTABLES???? They ALWAYS make me so hungry, lol. It looks great. For a variation, you could try putting pepperoni on it too.

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    HamO
    HamO

    13 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice instructable, great pix, but... FRENCH BREAD as Italian Dunkers. At my food store we get a very nice fresh baked Italian Bread which would be wonderful as the base for this. Now, I'm really in the snacking mood. Thanks for sharing.