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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

If you are looking for quick, easy and delicious, read on!

This is probably one of the only meals that I make where nothing is home made!  But, that's ok... I use the meatballs that I like (I usually get the frozen Swedish meatballs at Costco), Barilla pasta sauce that is pretty good for jarred sauce, and cheese.  You will also need to buy two tubes of Pillsbury French bread dough.  It is a great thing to make when you have to bring something to a party or if you are having a crew of kids over.

So, here is how you build it.

Roll out the dough to a large rectangle.  Depending on how big you want it or how thick you like the crust constitutes how much you roll it out.  It's best to roll it out or stretch it right on a cookie sheet that I have sprinkled with a little corn meal so it won't stick.  Next you add the meatballs that you have thawed (you can also add peppers, or mushrooms, or just about anything else you like).  I usually cut the meatballs in half.     Spoon the sauce over the meatballs and add as much grated mozzarella cheese as you like. And last, but not least, you roll out (or stretch out) the second bread dough and lay it on top (you might need to put some flour or cornmeal on the counter so the dough won't stick).  Pinch the edges and sprinkle the grated Parmesan cheese on top. 

Pop this in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes.  Just keep an eye on it so that it doesn't get too brown. How easy is this?  And, you can get really creative with what you put between the two layers of dough! I hope you have fun with this one...

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