Open-Face Pizza

After a crazy day at work for both of us, neither of us wanted to spend too much time on our feet in the kitchen, but we were still hungry. Ordering pizza from one of our numerous pizza places was tossed out, but a decision on where and what couldn’t be reached. Instead, I went to the kitchen and into the refrigerator and decided to try my hand at open-face pizza with some random ingredients in the house.

It turned out to be a delicious chance, so we wanted to share.

Ingredients for two people:

  • warm tomato sauce – we had about 6 oz. of frozen tomato sauce from a previous batch Bryan had made, so I warmed it up in the microwave.
  • 2 sandwich buns, sliced in quarters – we used homemade sandwich buns from this weekend that Bryan made.
  • 6-8 diced salami (we had leftover Hormel Natural Choice uncured salami)
  • 2 giant green olives with pimento, diced
  • grated cheese (we had butter cheese)
  • garlic powder
  • salt

What I did:

  • Topped the sliced bread with tomato sauce and sprinkled with garlic powder and salt.
  • Added diced salami on top of the bread (and green olives to my slices) and topped with cheese.
  • Placed in our toaster oven on bake (broil temp) for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melty and the bread is lightly toasted on the sides and bottom.

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