mmmmmm....tasty! We chowed on this. I didn't have the chive and onion cream cheese, so I improvised and added some onion powder and dried chives to 3 tbs of cr. cheese. SMART! It worked great and I feel like I am moving up in the cooking world! You better come up with and post some more good recipes, especially since you are now eating for 2! :)
This stuff tastes awesome! I think Rachel should quit her job and start her own restaurant and make up cool recipes for me to eat!
Great recipe! Thanks for sharing it with us. Monte liked it as well as when you made it for us :).
We had this for dinner tonight, it was very good and easy. Rach2 you are turning me into a cook :)
We love-love-love your strom!! The only change up I performed was to add a layer (a thick one) of sliced pepperoni and I used all mozzerella...and lots of it. Next time we are adding mushrooms. I had missed purchasing the chive and onion cream cheese so to keep from making a trip to the store I just used plain cream cheese and added some freeze dried chives that I keep on hand. Tip: I was worried about the meat mixture soaking through the dough as I used a little too much sauce so I spread a layer of the cream cheese/sour cream mixture on the bottom, then added the meat mixture, then topped with remaining cream cheese/sour cream mixture. I put the layer of pepperoni on top of that mixture, then blanketed the whole thing with the mozzerella. Very easy to put together, very versatile, and done in a flash! We look forward to having this delicious oven-baked stromboli often! Thanks for the great recipe! :)