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Left over pizza dough ideas, please!

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Ihatesandwiches Sat 29-Jun-19 17:33:40

We are making pepperoni pizza this evening using ASDA ready rolled pizza dough. Any ideas what to do as we will have half the dough left over? And I'd rather not bin it.

orangeshoebox Sat 29-Jun-19 17:36:27

bread rolls or filled rolls if you have some of the topping left

funmummy48 Sat 29-Jun-19 17:37:00

Freeze it?

TalkinAboutManetManet Sat 29-Jun-19 17:37:16

Not sure if the vegan forum is the best place for a discussion around pepperoni pizza!

Anyway, how about a little dessert pizza? Nutella or caramel sauce, baked, topped with banana/nuts/whipped cream etc.

TheLongRider Sat 29-Jun-19 17:37:27

Garlic pizza bread? Brush with oil and crushed garlic and parsley.

Make it into pizza pin wheels and freeze them to be baked later. Spread the dough with a thin layer of pizza sauce, sprinkle with cheese and roll up the sheet. Cut into slices and lay on a tray and freeze individually.

Bake from frozen for circa 20 minutes at 200C.

NannyR Sat 29-Jun-19 17:38:50

Dough balls? Roll it into small balls, bake, brush with garlicky olive oil.

Outtheforest Sat 29-Jun-19 17:40:07

Pizza dough can also work as reasonable cinnamon roll dough if you use enough butter or margarine (can't tell if it needs to be vegan) to keep it moist while baking, mix melted butter with cinnamon and sugar, brown it you have it for the filling, then brush with more butter

Ihatesandwiches Sat 29-Jun-19 17:53:50

Sorry - meant to post in recipes. Oops!

LiliesAndChocolate Sun 30-Jun-19 04:32:47

No worries @Ihatesandwiches, we don't bite!
I usually make bread sticks with leftover dough.

Cut a piece and make a small ball the size of a regular marshmallow. Then roll it into a snake shape using your palm. On a tray or a large plate, pour some olive oil, a lot mixed herbs, add a teaspoon or two of tomato paste (not sauce or passata, it is too wet), crystal salt, roll your sticks into it, letting the herbs and tomato being spread in an uneven manner, place backing paper on an oven tray and bake at 210. You might have to turn it once.

Otherwise make small focaccia. Make some small circle of dough, not too thin. With your finger tips, make a lot of hole in the dough, pour olive oil, add crustal salt and rosemary and bake in oven at 180.

Enjoy and do come back on the vegan board.

greenfrontdoor Sun 30-Jun-19 06:44:02

I made a Nutella calzone last time. No recipe, made it up - put loads of Nutella on one half of the pizza, folded over the other and squished it down. Baked for about 15 mins. Was great! Made it a calzone as was worried about the Nutella drying out haha

theculture Sun 30-Jun-19 06:55:58

Wrap round already cooked sausage/ hot dogs for sausage rolls?

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