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  • whitewave
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    Originally posted by wyo_rose View Post
    I think I'll go home and make some more.

    A good Tex Mex version is to use the LaVictoria Red Taco Sauce (its about the consistency of pizza sauce), taco seasoned ground beef, then pepperjack (or any cheese), and top with sliced jalapenos and olives. Yummers!
    OOOOH yer KILLIN me! mmm and jalepenos....I LOVE jalepenos...LOL good thing i didnt hop on that no carbs bandwagon! Ima be eating a lot more french bread! YUM

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  • wyo_rose
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    I think I'll go home and make some more.

    A good Tex Mex version is to use the LaVictoria Red Taco Sauce (its about the consistency of pizza sauce), taco seasoned ground beef, then pepperjack (or any cheese), and top with sliced jalapenos and olives. Yummers!

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  • whitewave
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    Yum

    Omg i made it last night and it was SSSSOOOOO good!!! I'm so glad I made enough to eat the leftovers for lunch today! Thanks for the idea! I had it before but it was the frozen microwaveable kind DID NOT EVEN COMPARE! Thanks again....mmm I think ima go eat now lol

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  • Pvt Butter
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    this is good stuff. thanks for the tip!

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  • Mud_Woman
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    MMmm, that's making me hungry. I'll try making it this weekend.

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  • wyo_rose
    started a topic French Bread Pizza

    French Bread Pizza

    Easiest, fastest, and best pizza ever!

    1 load French Bread
    1 cup pizza or spaghetti sauce
    2 cups monzarella cheese (or more!)
    Assorted favorite pizza toppings

    Cut a loaf of Frech Bread in half.
    Spread spaghetti or pizza sauce over surface of bread.

    Put on your first layer of toppings. First layer should be anything that's already cooked or doesn't need to be cooked: cooked sausage, olives, canadian bacon, ham, cooked hamburger, tomatoes, etc...

    2nd layer is Monzarella cheese - shredded or sliced. Sliced is probably better.

    Top layer: Pepperoni, mushrooms, peppers, etc... ( I like my pepperonis to get toasty)

    Place on baking sheet and cook in a hot oven until cheese is melted. What I like to do is place it in the middle of the oven and put it on broil (electric oven) until the cheese is nice and melty.

    A toaster oven would be great, just cut it to fit.

    You can serve it whole or slice it into sections.

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