Monday, 23 September 2013

Pizza Goulash With Baked Cheesy Garlic Rolls
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1 pound burger or sausage noodles (I used a mixture of macaronie, wheat rotini and tri color rotini)   pepperonis
1 packet McCormick's Thick and Zesty Spaghetti seasoning
1 can tomato paste
1 can diced tomatoes (I used the basil infused ones)
1 can mushrooms
2 cans black olives green olives
cheese of your liking (I used 1 package of shredded colby jack)
1 stick of string cheese
small roll of biscuits
Seasonings: chopped garlic, garlic salt, minced onion


Start by boiling your water and browning your meat. I seasoned my hamburger with the chopped garlic, garlic salt and minced onion. I also like to added butter to my boiling water to prevent noodles from sticking and I always salt my water too. You should also pre-heat your over about now.. 400 degrees (for the biscuits). Once the meat is browned, I added the packet of spaghetti seasoning along with the tomato paste (and water/butter according to the package). My water was boiling at this time so I added in my noodles.

This is also where most of my canned stuff went in.. starting with the mushrooms, green olives and 1 can of the black olives (feel free to omit any of these and replace with what you like on your pizza.. onions, green peppers etc). Once those heated up.. I added in the whole can of diced tomatoes.. juice and all..

Once the noodles are done.. take a bit of the sauce and put it in the bottom of a 9X13 glass pan (just what I used...) and then add the noodles.. poor the sauce mix over top.. and mix together well.. I added some parmesan cheese in here too.. then I covered it with my colby jack mix.. topped it with some pepperoni and the other can of black olives..

Open your can of biscuits and place on a baking sheet.. season with garlic salt, chop pieces of your string cheese up (I had just enough to do every biscuit).. place a piece on each biscuit.. then fold up and pinch shut.. finish it off with some more garlic salt..

Place both the 9X13 container and the baking sheet in the over for about 10 minutes.. SERVE and EAT!  YUM! AND we all have left overs for today!

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