Pudgy Pie Pizza Sandwiches

03 Oct

Pepperoni, mozzarella, and pizza sauce stuffed into a grilled sandwich. These are traditionally made in an iron sandwich press over a campfire, but can also be made in an electric sandwich maker or in a frying pan like a grilled cheese.

-By Carrie (Strommen) Lennie


2 slices white bread
soft butter
pizza sauce
mozzarella cheese
pepperonis (about 10 small slices)
garlic powder to taste
Italian seasoning to taste


  1. This is best prepared in a sandwich maker, but can be prepared like a grilled cheese. Also, you can put whatever pizza toppings you want inside, just make sure not to load it too full or the sandwich won’t seal around the edges properly.
  2. Butter the outsides of the two slices of bread (the sides that will touch the sandwich maker). Spread pizza sauce on the inside of the bread, just as you would spread mayo on a sandwich.
  3. Lay once slice in the sandwich maker, butter-side down.
  4. Lay pepperonis on top of the sauce in a layer so that the next pepperoni half-way overlays the last. Make sure the toppings don’t over stretch the edge of the bread. You want the sandwich maker to be able to press all edges of the sandwich together, bread-to-bread. This will help to keep all toppings inside the sandwich and form a tightly sealed pocket.
  5. Put a layer of mozzarella cheese on top, but not too much. Otherwise it will cause the sandwich to not seal all the way and cheese will ooze out in the sandwich maker and create a mess.
  6. Sprinkle the top of the cheese with garlic powder and Italian seasoning. Place remaining slice of bread, pizza sauce-side down.
  7. Close sandwich maker tightly and cook until toasted to a golden brown and heated through. Most sandwich makers have a light to indicate when it’s done.
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Posted by on October 3, 2011 in Main Dishes


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