Pizza Toast is tart and tasty
Man in the Kitchen’s How to make pizza toast
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- Begin with sliced bread (potato bread is my favorite)
- Layer with a slice or two of American cheese
- Squeeze on a large dollop of ketchup
- Intently spread to edges.
- John emphasis’s the most important ingredient is garlic powder that he sprinkles on liberally.
- Next comes a generous twist of the pepper mill.
- Add Italian seasoning. He likes to use a heavy hand.
- Inspect perfect coverage of spices.
- Transfer bread to toaster with rack in upper position.
- Toast for 3-5 minutes until heated and the cheese is perfectly melted and bubbly.
DOES YOUR GUY HAVE A UNIQUE FOOD HE LIKES TO MAKE?
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Awww how sweet is your dear John?? I love that he has a specialty from his Great Aunt.
This is a great idea! Now I can make mini pizza when I feel like it! ^^ x
It does look like serious business. Ha! My husband doesn't make anything but fried eggs. When I was little, my Aunt Shirley would make us ketchup sandwiches on white bread. Sure was good back then. I do pizza on pita bread with tomato paste, garlic powder, black pepper, Italian seasoning and mozzarella cheese for the kids — but for me and Sam, I spread mascarpone cheese on pita bread, a tiny bit of tomato paste, slices of smoked salmon and a sprinkle of dill — after it is broiled, you squeeze some lemon juice on it. Delish! Best wishes, Tammy
My husband makes something that the kids loved as children but that I've never been able to like – Kraft Dinner with an onion, ground beef and ketchup. It's comfort food to him and became the same for the kids.
Your husband is delightful in the mosaic!
Mmmm, they look yummie!
A very good recipe!
Thank you for sharing John!
What a fun story!!! I've never heard of this, I bet the kids love it! Happy New Year!!!
This post reminds me of my childhood – making this kind of toast with my Mom 🙂
We all loved to eat it
Your husband is so adorable in these pics… such concentration! Thanks, they made me smile.
Oh! What a wonderful post. I love that this is still part of your family menu. It looks like you have a very good taste tester there,tto, Lorraine. Happy Birthday to Aunt Kathryn-I love the old photo of her with her family- xo Diana
Looks pretty tasty to me and also looks like a lots of hard work goes into those pizza toasts 🙂
Barbara F. says
Such a cute mosaic, Lorraine. He does take his pizza toast seriously. I bet the grands love it, too. xo
I LOVE those pictures of Mr. H checking on his pizza toast! Too funny!
HOOTIN ANNI says
Anything pizza flavored…well, I'm all drools now. They look yummy, and he probably makes a great chef!!! Lucky you….my husband can accomplish a peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwich that'll turn my stomach. And he eats that contraption. I'd much rather have the pizza toast!!!
Maple Lane says
What a sweet post of childhood memories. I love the photos and the recipe!