An easy way I've found to make pizzas is to take store-bought tortillas and use them as the crust. Add sauce, veggies, meat, cheese and some oregano and heat for 10 min in the toaster oven. For a luxurious pizza do a tortilla, put cheese on it, then another tortilla with the pizza makings on that one. Voila - stuffed crust pizza.
I also mix random yummy meat like hot dogs and brats into egg and veggie scromlettes for breakfast. Cook garlic, onions, peppers, sw taters, taters, eggplant, whatever you have, then add some meat and finish with a few eggs. Mix the eggs in with the rest before it cooks too much and they'll hold everything together into a omlette-like thing. Maybe add salsa and breakfast is served.
I often take thin slices and bake them for a few minutes, until they're crunchy, and we eat them like crackers, with soups, in soft dips, etc. The dehydrator works for this, too, and doesn't require quite as much careful monitoring.
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I found a lost packet of pepperoni the other day and made myself a stromboli! I didn`t have frozen tomato sauce, so used a recipe with garlic butter instead.
https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/homemade-stromboli/ (it says not to divide in half, i divided it in half, it was fine-- filling was mushrooms, pepperoni, and a bit of cheese that was also languishing in the fridge)
Can't .... do .... plaid .... So I did this tiny ad instead:
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