Italian Stromboli Recipe

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Stuffed Pizza Dough rolled (or what us Italian folks call it). Stromboli is a dough stuffed with meats, cheese all rolled up into a delicious pizza roll.


pizza dough stuffed with sausage, cheese, olives, pepperoni, tomoatoes, peppers, in homemade pizza dough called stromboli





pizza dough stuffed with sausage, cheese, olives, pepperoni, tomoatoes, peppers, in homemade pizza dough called stromboli



Pictured above is mushroom, crushed sausage cooked in Sunday sauce on it, sliced peppers, mushrooms. Come enjoy one of these stuffed loaves of pure delicious comfort food. We grew up on these. Not only do they taste good the smell while cooking makes your mouth water.



Pizza Dough Stuffed can be a whole meal in itself!

We just love making pizza dough. Everyone here has a favorite filling. These stromboli stuffed pizza rolls go so fast I have to make at least two to three for two of us! The rolls are usually stuffed with a variety. One is all provolone and pepperoni, another is all loose cooked sausage and 5 cheeses. Then we have a dirty roll that has everything in it, sliced tomatoes, sliced olives, mushrooms, loose sausage and peppers. I usually heat up a little marinara sauce to dip these in. These can be a whole meal or a Sunday afternoon appetizer before the big pasta meal!



pizza dough stuffed with sausage, cheese, olives, pepperoni, tomoatoes, peppers, in homemade pizza dough called stromboli







prep time: 15 MINS cook time: 50 MINS total time: 65 mins

ingredients:

 Italian Stromboli Recipe

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Here Are Just Some Of  The Many Filling Suggestions:

Meats chopped or sliced Capicola, Pepperoni, Prosciutto, Sausage, Salami, Ham, Steak, Chicken, Pork, Meatballs
Vegetables chopped or sliced Spinach, Eggplant, Mushrooms, Broccoli Rabe, Broccoli, Peppers, Black olives sliced, Onions, Garlic, Tomatoes, Zucchini
Cheese grated or shredded: Asiago, Fontina, Provolone, Mozzarella, Romano, Parmesan, Cheddar, Swiss, Jack, Ricotta

instructions:

Roll  out a rectangular piece of dough (1 lb of pizza dough) out on a floured board around 1/2 inch thick. Add  cooked crushed sausage that was from Sunday sauce (or use store bought) to the center of the rolled out dough. Add any suggested fillings below. Sprinkle with cheese of choice, I used mozzarella and provolone. Note: If you add Ricotta it becomes a Calzone not Stromboli. Roll up and pinch edges. Place on a cookie sheet seam side down that is greased with olive oil. Sprinkle the top with grated cheese, drizzle with olive oil.  Bake at 400 degree hot oven until browned on top.
calories
150
fat (grams)
9
sat. fat (grams)
7
carbs (grams)
13
protein (grams)
8
sugar (grams)
3
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2 comments

  1. What a fabulous stromboli!! I have some leftover pepperoni in the fridge that would be perfect for your recipe!!!

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