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Old 05-03-2008, 11:48 AM   #11
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Might as well put the recipe here. It's the first stromboli thread I came to.
This is my sister's stromboli recipe. One of the things I loved about it most was the bread because it wasn't "doughy", the ingredients stood out. I see that she bought the bread dough frozen. I'm sure you bakers could adapt one of your recipes... Me, I think I'll buy frozen so I don't screw it up


1 LOAF BREAD DOUGH (THAW ONLY ABOUT 1 HOUR SO IT DOESN’T RISE)
¼ LB. HAM
¼ LB. SALAMI
¼ LB. PEPPERONI
¼ LB. PROVOLONE CHEESE

ROLL OUT BREAD DOUGH TO ABOUT 12 X 12. LAYER MEATS AND CHEESE ON TOP. ROLL UP, THEN BAKE ON GREASED COOKIE SHEET ½ HOUR AT 350 DEGREE OR IF FROZEN 45 MINUTES. SERVE WITH SAUCE. CAN BE MADE AHEAD AND FROZEN.
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Old 05-03-2008, 12:51 PM   #12
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The yellow/red bell pepper combo was a nice touch.

I use marinara as a dipping sauce for stromboli's and calzones.
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