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Antipasto: Bread Mini Party Pizzas

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  • Divide the dough into two parts. On a lightly floured surface, roll the dough to a thickness of about 1/2 of an inch. Use a circular cup or cookie cutter about 4 inches in diameter, and cut as many circles of dough that you can.
  • Heat the oil in a frying pan at least 1 inch deep until it reaches 375 degrees F. As you cut the dough circles they will shrink, so slightly stretch them out with your fingers and then drop four at a time into the hot oil. Cook just until they are golden brown on the bottom (about 2 minutes), and then turn. Once both sides are brown, remove from the oil with a slotted spoon onto a plate covered with paper towels. Push the dough together into a ball, and then roll it once again, cutting more dough circles, and frying them in the same manner. Use up the rest of the dough in this same manner.
  • Once all of the dough has been fried, place the circles onto baking sheets. Spoon a little of the tomato sauce on top, spreading it with a spoon. Finely chop the fresh basil, adding a little to each pizza. Finally, top with the grated mozzarella. Place the pizzas under the broiler to melt the cheese, and serve hot. Buon Appetito.


I use my potato focaccia dough to make these tender tidbits which works out wonderfully. The dough is cut into circles, fried, and then topped with a few simple ingredients. Just before serving, you just need to broil the pizzas to melt the cheese, and then serve them hot.

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