Sushi + Pizza = The Ultimate Pizza Sushi Roll

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Sushi + Pizza = The Ultimate Pizza Sushi Roll

Sushi is so popular, it's no wonder people are always trying to reinvent it. However as you can see from this Sushi Burrito and this Sushi Sandwich, it's usually the elements of sushi that are reorganized in a non-sushi style. But it's rare to find sushi made of Italian food. That is, until we found an article from our friends over at Petit Petit Gamin.

Introducing The Ultimate Pizza Sushi Roll, it's exactly what it sounds like: Sushi made of pizza. And if you're curious as to how such a crazy creation gets put together, we have a handy photo guide to help you make your own.

You'll need:

  • Thin pizza dough
  • Pizza sauce
  • Cheese
  • Pepperoni
  • Your favorite pizza toppings (optional)

Follow these steps and you'll be in Pizza Sushi Heaven:

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