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I Had No Clue Where He Was Going With This... And Now I'm Starving And Ready To Make It, Too.

MARCH 21, 2014  —  By Sara Heddleston  
Sara Heddleston

Sara Heddleston

Sara has been working and writing online for so many years, she's unsure if she is still in corporeal form. She considers herself a jack of all trades, but would prefer it if you would stop calling her "Jack."

It's hard to get really excited over recipes (unless you're a brilliant cook, which I am not). But, this recipe in particular found a way to make me actually... happy. It's unofficially called "mystery pizza bread." The fact that there pizza, bread AND mystery involved should let you know this is going to be one epic meal.

First, gather your ingredients.

First, gather your ingredients.

Next, prepare to make the dough.

Next, prepare to make the dough.

Flours(strong white+semolina) and salt.

Flours(strong white+semolina) and salt.

Pour in water/sugar/yeast/olive oil mixture.

Pour in water/sugar/yeast/olive oil mixture.

Work it in (things may get messy).

Work it in (things may get messy).

Dat dough...

Dat dough...

Prepare your ingredients.

Prepare your ingredients.

Make sure you have plenty of meat.

Make sure you have plenty of meat.

You can add veggies too, if you so desire.

You can add veggies too, if you so desire.

Prepare your work area.

Prepare your work area.

Now, roll out that dough.

Now, roll out that dough.

Banana for scale.

Banana for scale.

Cut the dough into the pocket-sized pieces.

Cut the dough into the pocket-sized pieces.

Get ready...

Get ready...

Now, FILL. Make some interesting flavor combinations.

Now, FILL. Make some interesting flavor combinations.

Roll those beauties into balls.

Roll those beauties into balls.

Place them in baking pans (with room enough in the middle). Bake at 350°F for 35-45 minutes.

Place them in baking pans (with room enough in the middle). Bake at 350°F for 35-45 minutes.

Now: the sauce. Fry the garlic for a minute over low heat then add passata.

Now: the sauce. Fry the garlic for a minute over low heat then add passata.

Add basil.

Add basil.

Also throw in some salt/pepper, a little bit of olive oil.

Also throw in some salt/pepper, a little bit of olive oil.

Mmmmm.

Mmmmm.

Ahhh, all done.

Ahhh, all done.

Make sure you let the pizza balls sit.

Make sure you let the pizza balls sit.

They WILL be hot.

They WILL be hot.

The veggie plate.

The veggie plate.

The MEAT plate.

The MEAT plate.

Taking the first bite...

Taking the first bite...

So gorgeous.

So gorgeous.

This would make any get together awesome.

This would make any get together awesome.

Via Imgur / See More Of 'BigEatsBen' Recipes Here You may normally not get that excited about food, but it's completely normal for you to fall completely in love with these pizza balls. If you set up the dough balls correctly, you'll create a mysterious platter of meats and cheeses. You won't know what you'll be biting into next... And thus, your life will feel complete. Share this awesome recipe with others!