MINI PIZZA SURPRISE

 

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Ingredients

  • Mini whole grain pita bread (there are usually 6 to 12 in a pack, so buy a few packs)
  • Toppings such as: Shredded Mozzarella cheese
  • Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • Grated Romano Cheese
  • Any Sausage, hot, sweet etc.
  • Genoa Salami
  • Pepperoni
  • Black Olives
  • Bacon
  • Shrimp
  • Onions, Broccoli, peppers etc.
  • Frankfurters
  • Sauce
  • Pizza seasoning

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Use a non-stick cookie sheet, sprayed with Olive Oil Pam, put the pita breads on cookie sheet and spray with a little more Pam.
  • If using sauce, put a little on first then put your “toppings” on, then the cheese. I like to use enough cheese to cover what’s underneath, surprise! Actually what I really like about this, besides the taste, it’s neater because the fillings stay on or should I say in. I love a good party, but clean-up not so much.
  • Bake about 10 to 15 minutes.
  • I usually use shrimp when I’m doing another shrimp dish. I use large shrimp, easier to clean. To cook, leave shells on, put in a pot of boiling water or flat beer, you can season with old bay seasoning if you’d like. Also add a little white vinegar, it helps keep the shrimp from curling.
  • The shrimp are done almost as soon as they hit the hot liquid. Let cool then shell, devane and cut up.
  • Tip: Serve white wine if your worried about stains and I never tried this, but; I heard if you have a red wine stain use white wine to get it out, who knew.

Notes

Everyone loves pizza, and these are great at party’s. One day when I was making these I ran out of sauce, and white pizza was born, just kidding. No real measurements, sorry.

Use any cheeses, meats, or vegetables you prefer, you’re only limited by your imagination!

Make sure meat and seafood are cooked. I usually use shrimp when I’m doing another shrimp dish. I use large shrimp, easier to clean. To cook, leave shells on, put in a pot of boiling water or flat beer, you can season with old bay seasoning if you’d like. Also add a little white vinegar, it helps keep the shrimp from curling. The shrimp are done almost as soon as they hit the hot liquid. Let cool then shell, devein, and cut up.

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