This is such an easy pizza to prepare. It is quick if you use ready-made dough, or a little slower if you make your own. We are always in a hurry so the quick way is the best sometimes for the Formato household.
Use olive oil spray or canola oil spray & spray a 10″ x 15″ rectangular pan.
Prepare pizza dough (I love to use a Pillsbury thin crust dough in a can). This means to spread it out to fit the pan, you shouldn’t have to go up the sides w/ the dough. It should fit nicely in this size baking pan.
Pour pizza sauce over it (here’s where you use the Pastorelli brand, which by the way, is delicious). 1 can can be used for 2 pizzas.
Sprinkle w/ shredded mozzarella cheese.
Add little balls of sausage (make it easy on yourself, remove casing from Italian sausage & form round pieces; we like Johnsonville Italian sausage which comes in Mild or Hot).
Chop up some green peppers & sprinkle on top.
Bake for about 10 minutes or according to the package directions. Cut into little squares & serve.
You can add more cheese before baking.
You can freeze & then add cheese before baking.
Usually there’s not much left every time this is served.
Hope you enjoy this!