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Pepperoni Rolls

February 13, 2009

Laura’s Blog Entry

One of our new favorite taste treats was introduced to us by the lovely Holly Spears. Holly is a kickass singer songwriter, by the way. She is from West Virginia, and a regional specialty in those parts is Pepperoni Rolls. She graciously brought us a bag of them after a trip home and we fell in love with them.

So of course we had to figure out how to make them ourselves. After researching some recipes online I came up with this version.

Pepperoni Rolls

1 loaf of frozen bread dough, or 1 loaf worth of dough from your favorite white bread recipe
Stick pepperoni
Mozzarella cheese – fresh is really yummy, but regular will work
Pizza sauce for dipping

Instructions:
Thaw frozen dough until it is warm enough to cut and shape. Alternately, make homemade dough and let it rise once.

Chop pepperoni into a very small dice – I use a food processor for this step. Cut the fresh mozzarella into small cubes.

Cut dough into 8 equal pieces.

Slightly flatten each piece of dough into a rectangle. Cover with a layer of pepperoni and a few cubes of cheese. Roll up, jellyroll style and tuck under the ends to seal.

Place on a cookie sheet. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slit the tops of rolls diagonally with a knife if you like. It looks pretty! No need to let them rise longer than the time it takes to heat oven. (The ones in the photo above rose a little too much.) Bake 10-15 minutes until rolls are golden brown.

Eat immediately or cool to room temperature. Serve with pizza sauce on the side for dipping, if you like.

Yum and yum.

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