Friday, August 7, 2009

Stromboli

Ah.....This is another childhood favorite. My mom would make this and it would be gone in no time. It also another recipe that I do not see that often. To me, it is a comfort food. It warms my soul.

The funny part about making this dish is that I forget my oven was broke. I had to broil high and cover the Stromboli's and then broil low to make sure it is cooked through. It was difficult, but successful.

STROMBOLI (makes one)

1 Pre-made pizza dough
1/4 cp. thinly sliced onions
1/4 cp. thinly sliced red peppers
1/4 cp. thinly sliced green peppers
1/4 cp. thinly sliced pepperonis
1/4 lb. salami
1/4 lb. pepperoni
1/4 lb. ham (I used capicolla)
1/4 lb. provolone
1/2 cp. mozzarella cheese
1 tsp. Italian seasoning

1. Cut the peppers, onions, pepperonis very thin.


2. Roll out the pizza dough. (about 16 in on one end, 10 -12 in. on the other side)
Start layering the meat. Add the pepperoni in rows, then the salami over top, then the ham, then the provolone. Top with the mozzarella cheese. Add the peppers, onions and 1/2 tsp. of Italian seasoning.
3. Roll. Roll toward you and tuck like a burrito. When you finish rolling tuck the ends to the bottom and seal. Brush the egg wash and the rest of the 1/2 tsp. of Italian seasoning on the Stromboli
4. Cook on 375 for 30-45 minutes.


Enjoy.

26 comments:

  1. Stromboli is a definite remnant of my childhood as well. My dad made all kinds - prosciutto and mozzarella, grilled veggie, salami and mozzarella, etc. All were such hits!

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  2. I'm so hungry right now, you have no idea...the meats in it put it over the top! Love it.

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  3. I've never made this before but I want to now - it looks fantastic.

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  4. Love love love Stromboli...looks like good stuff.

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  5. Look at all those healthy veggies! Yum!

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  6. Yum...Looks really good. It's beena while since I've had a stomboli. i think I must remedy that.

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  7. My Friday has been a tough one and I can't tell you how comforting this looks with all its oozing cheese goodness. Yum!

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  8. Miranda, this looks great. I will definitely want to try this out. First time I have heard of Stromboli..thanks for sharing this :)

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  9. It looks salty, cheesy and yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I'll try this out one day...my kids r crazy about PIZZA...i think this will make them happy

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  11. Do I have to share this with my family? Looks delicious! Actually, this would be a great variation for our weekly Friday night pizza night.

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  12. Oh, the stramboli looks sooo good! Reading about it and looking at the pictures makes me sooo hungry! :)

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  13. You really are my kind of cooking gal. I am so adding stromboli to the menu for next week. I love a good stromboli.

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  14. Miranda
    When you put so much effort making this dish it have to be yummy and tasty!
    But I am sharing a secret today, every time I visit your blog I have to keep some thing to eat near my desktop I feel helplessly hungry.
    What to do my friend is such a good cook!
    Thumbs up for Stromboli.
    Keep smiling and share great food.
    Love always.

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  15. Looks so yum...you are making me hungry, dear. Really I am craving for some stramboli now .And Thanks for the lovely comments you left on my blog , dear :)

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  16. Making stromboli in a broken oven is not easy. But you found the way to make it work. you're very creative.

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  17. I love stromboli....your filling is amazing!! Man, I'm hungry...here I go browsing on an empty stomach again!

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  18. Any recipe that looks like bread looks good to me. I must try this.

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  19. ummmm.ahhhhh.mmmmmm. this reminds me of a pizza place down the street from me!!!
    Sure you can use the brownie post! I am glad you enjoyed them. thanks for asking.

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  20. I don't know about stromboli...but it looks so delicious and I would love to try them too!

    Angie's Recipes

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  21. I had my first of these just days ago. It was delish!
    Great recipe =)

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  22. I know I am way behind< but this looks awesome!

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  23. Yummy recipe!!! Just a suggestion, if you want to make it a bit more high-end for guests, use instead jamon iberico de bellota - aka pata negra or black hoof-. Iberico has a strong and delicious flavor.
    I buy mine from BuyJamon.com

    BuyJamon.com the market place for iberico ham.

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