I impressed myself tonight by making dinner totally from scratch! I made Jenna's pizza rolls, or at least followed her recipe. Jenna's look like miniature rolls stuffed perfectly with sauce and cheese; mine ended up looking more like pizza ravioli.
First, I made the dough. This was my first experience making dough, and it was a huge success! Then I made the sauce. I didn't measure any of the ingredients and left out the anchovy paste, Parmesan, and onion powder. The sauce was good, but I wish I would have had the 30 minutes to let it sit and soak up all the flavors!
After rolling out the dough and stuffing it with sauteed yellow pepper and mushrooms and itty bitty pieces of pepperoni, I put the ravioli-looking pizza rolls in the oven. 15 minutes later- viola!
The pizza rolls were good, but next time, I will make the dough thinner and add more cheese. Isn't that always the answer- more cheese?
Well, it's Sunday night, so let's take a look at the 'ol spring break to-do list!
*organize and thoroughly clean hall closet
*grade a pile of papers
*buy materials for and help Kyle build a clothesline
*plant a garden It's not planted, but the raised beds are ready!
*workout daily 6 out of 9 ain't bad!
Over all, I had a very productive spring break