Cassie's StoryIn PA is where this sandwich originated, Fox's Pizza..pretty much any pizza shop in the state, these are available. I make these monthly, when I don't feel like fussing with a meal. The family would eat them every week if I'd make them. I tried to get a picture the last I made them, but for some reason the pics kept turning out too light..They really are delicious, and you can use any combinations of meats, cheeses, veggies you wish.
tomato slices (fresh garden picked are the best)
sweet onion, sliced thin
virginia baked ham, any meat you prefer..have used turkey, and also salami,pepperoni, capacola for an italian wedgie
1 1/2 c
shredded cheese,( i use italian 6 cheese blend)
boboli's thin pizza crusts, we like these the best
1Preheat oven to 400
Take the two pizza crusts, and cut each in half, on the cheese side of the crust, I spray with cooking spray, to keep from sticking
2Arrange meats on the one half, and a hand full of the cheese, spread the cheese over the meat. Put the other half of the crust on just like a sandwich. Bake on a pizza pan for roughly 10-15 min, carefully flip to the other side, and cook an additional 10-15 min till crispy, and cheese is and meat is heated through.
3Remove from oven, take the crust off on the cheese side, add the lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo. Cut in half and enjoy. These can be a bit sloppy to eat, you made need a bib..but oh so good!!In my opinion Boboli's crusts are the best for these, they get nice and crispy, yet stay chewy..any thin crust will do, have had to use another, when I couldn't find the Boboli's... The possibilities for this sandwich are endless..
I have made these on the grill also(wrapping in foil)