From The Streets Of Stromboli

Start here. Oh yum. A very good stromboli.

The moment before it goes into the oven.

Right out of the oven.

Finally, just before it passes your lips.

This was a great dinner! We passed on pizza and I made this stromboli recipe. I will definitely make it again and even vary the fillings.

My pal, Diana, found this recipe on Fabulous Foods. I decided to make it too. Very worth your time!

I did use their recipe for the dough as well as let my dough sit even longer.

1/4 pound capicola
1/4 pound hard salami
1/4 pound rosemary ham
1/3 pound provolone cheese
Freshly grated Parmesano-Reggiano
8 ounces button mushrooms, sliced and sauteed
1 yellow bell pepper, sliced thinly and sauteed
1 medium onion, thinly sliced and sauteed
2 small tomatoes (on the vine size), sliced
8 basil leaves
Salt and Pepper

The dough was brushed with egg and sprinkled with salt, pepper, and dried thyme. I served with a small dipping cup of marinara, fresh tomato slices and parmesan shavings.

You will love this dish. It was great for a night where you say, yeaaaaah pizza sounds okay. And pizza does sound okay, but this really brings all those flavors together just in a different way. Plus the leftovers are superb.


Anonymous said…
This looks so good, I want to bite the screen! I definitely need to try this one!
Michelle said…
OMG..does that look good! Perfectly formed did a great job!
Shari said…
This looks delicious!
Sally said…
I usually prefer a calzone, but man this looks good...I could just add the ricotta and call it a day! ;)
Melissa that looks outstanding. My husband would eat the whole thing. No really, he would.
Anonymous said…
Oh my!! I haven't been by for awhile... Shame on me!! You've been up to some tasty things here Lady! The stromboli looks fabulous! I'm going to have to do one. What a perfect way to do pizza-ish for 2!

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