The hubby and I discovered a wonderful thing this week at our local Winco's bulk bins. They have a pretty tasty pizza mix (all the dry ingredients sans the yeast). He's been making pizza left and right, but last night I decided to try something different with the mix, it's pretty easy but mighty tasty.
So first thing you need is the ingredients for one recipe of pizza crust. **Below is an alternative recipe if you either don't have the ability to access a dry mix like this. So go ahead and follow the recipe for the crust. I always add about 1T of honey per single recipe mix.
While the dough rises prep the rest of the ingredients. You will need about 16-20 thin slices of cheese about 2''x2'' in size (I used cheddar but any cheese works really). 1/4 cup melted unsalted butter mixed with 1 teaspoon of garlic salt. 1/2 cup shredded or powder Parmesan
Instead of rolling out the dough flat like a pizza crust roll the dough out like a log or a loaf about three inches wide, I usually cut the dough in half so I have two rolls. Baste with the garlic butter. Cut cross wise with a knife (serrated knife is easiest) about two inches deep into the rolls, make each cut about 3/4 to 1 inch apart. Stick you sliced cheese in to the cuts you just made and sprinkle with the parmesan. If you have any left over garlic butter save it to drizzle over the bread after it's done cooking.
Before you cook it this is what it will look like:
Put the rolls in the oven and cook at the recommended temperature for a thick crust pizza (about 20 min for mine) remove and enjoy with or without the extra garlic butter! (I would have taken a picture of both finished loafs if we hadn't eaten one as soon as they came out of the oven)