Introduction: Pizza Bread
This is a recipe my husband and I cooked up when we needed something to do with our leftover spaghetti sauce. So this is really spagetti, pizza bread, but just Pizza Bread has a nice ring to it. (I like a nice cup of cool milk to go along with it, especially if I have a matching cup and plate set.)
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Step 1: Supplies
This recipe is really simple and you can just use your leftover spaghetti sauce. This time we made the sauce special.
Ground Turkey or Beef (we cooked up a pound and a quarter since that is how it came, but only used half.)
Bread (we made italian seasoning bread in our bread maker)
Garlic Salt (not shown; for seasoning the meat)
Oil (for the pan to cook ground turkey)
Plates and forks for eating
Step 2: Cook Your Meat, Shred Your Cheese
You will need to preheat the oven to about 300 degrees. Do this whenever, depending on how long it takes to heat up. We have a gas stove and it seems to get pretty hot pretty quick. Put oil in the frying pan and fry up your ground turkey. Once the meat is completely cooked, (we drain the excess water from the cooked ground turkey and added in garlic salt to the cooked meat before adding the sauce) add in the sauce and cook until the sauce is hot.
While doing this, shred the cheese (or cut it up if you would like to just put on slices, I feel shredded melts better) and cut up the bread (if this isn't already done).
Step 3: Prepare Your "Pizzas"
Lay the slices on the pan and put the sauce/meat on them. Sprinkle on your cheese and put it in the oven. Cook them until the cheese is melted and the bread is getting toasty. We cooked them for about 7 to 8 minutes.
Step 4: Enjoy
Pull them out of the oven and put them on plates. (Turn off your oven when you are done and use hot pads to get the pan out.) You will probably need a spatula, because they may stick to the pan.
Eat! You're done! They are really simple and nice things to eat when you just need something quick and easy, especially if you had spaghetti the night before :) I would say it makes about enough for four or five if you use a whole bottle of sauce.