This is a fantastic recipe that makes perfect stromobli. Ours needed only 30 minutes in the oven. We made 3 of these for company the other night, using balls of pizza dough bought from the supermarket.
The first one was a plain cheese - mozzarella and parmesan (and a sprinkle of italian seasoning and garlic powder).
The second one was ham, pepperoni, sauteed onions and home made roasted red pepper with mozzarella, provolone and parmesan cheeses (also with italian seasoning and garlic powder).
The third had spinach sauteed with lemon juice (very well squeezed out), roasted eggplant chopped up, sauteed onions, and feta, provolone, mozzarella and parmesan cheeses (same seasonings).
We used the marinara at the table for dipping so that the inside of the stromboli didn't get soggy.
This is an excellent base recipe to add your own topping preference to! They were loved by the little kids and adults alike!
Very yummy. I filled ours with hamburger, pepperoni, sauteed green peppers & onions. I also added some marinara sauce, which was a definite must. Stromboli was perfect! Only needed baked for 25 minutes. I think 35 would have destroyed it.
Mine almost burnt because I followed the cooking time. It still tasted great, just really crunchy on the outside.
We made this for this for watching the Super Bowl. Wow. What a great meal! The only difference I made was instead of rolling up the stromboli I folded in in half like a local restaurant does that we love. I think it worked out great. I was able to use my hands to pick it up and place it on the stone. Yummy!
Yum. Made a vegetarian version with red pepper, onion, and chopped broccoli.
Yum. Easy. Made as stated except for the mushrooms!
EXCELLENT!! My family request this recipe quite a bit and so simple. It is delicious as well as quick. Thank you for a great shortcut. Will be having this meal quite a bit..
Excellent basic recipe, and an instant new favorite at our house. Of course you can (and I will) put anything you want inside!