Chili Garlic Pizza Bread


garlic pizza bread is an inexpensive and simple dinner that employs basic pre-made components.

Onions, tomatoes, bell pepper, and canned chili are combined. Added on garlic bread, topped with mozzarella and parmesan cheese, then baked. The outcome is a delicious supper concept the whole family will love.

Ingredients  :

1 cup chopped yellow onion
4 oz canned mushrooms – pieces and stems
1 cup chopped bell pepper
15 oz canned chili
1 cup canned diced tomato – drained
1 garlic toast – or french bread
2 Tbsp parmesan cheese
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

Method :

Turn on the broiler and prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Over medium-high heat, cook the onion in a little oil in a frying pan.

Add the diced bell pepper, canned chili, and canned mushrooms. Stirring often, cook for 3 to 5 minutes.

The garlic bread should be put on a baking pan. On top of each side of the bread, spoon the chili mixture.

On top, grate some mozzarella and parmesan cheese. The cheese should melt and the garlic bread should become crisp and toasted after 2 to 4 minutes under the broiler on the middle rack.

Slice and serve.

Tips  :

It’s simple to modify this recipe. To the chili, add ground meat. Instead of mozzarella, you can substitute spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce, as well as cheddar or marble cheese. For more protein, mix with black beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, or lentils. Garlic bread can be substituted with hamburger buns. Basically, you may adapt this recipe to make something entirely new.
To guarantee that it is toasted, bake it in accordance with the directions on the garlic bread container.
When using a broiler, be sure to follow the instructions exactly. It’s wise to keep an eye on things since they can burn rapidly. The bread simply has to be toasted for a few seconds. And to melt the cheese, for another couple of minutes. In my broiler, I like to cook on the center rack. In my oven, the top rack burns far too quickly.
The leftover chili combination is wonderful! Just keep it stored apart from the bread to prevent it from becoming mushy.