Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 40 mins

This is a great stromboli recipe! Use fillings of your choice!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Select settings for your bread machine for dough.
  2. Add liquid ingredients to pan.
  3. Add dry ingredients, except yeast, to pan.
  4. Tap pan to settle dry ingredients, pushing some of the mixture into corners.
  5. Make a well in center of dry ingredients; add yeast.
  6. Lock pan into bread maker.
  7. Program for dough.
  8. Program timer if used.
  9. Start bread maker.
  10. When done, unlock pan from bread maker.
  11. Place dough onto floured surface.
  12. Cut in 2 pieces for thick crust, 3 pieces for thinner crust.
  13. Roll out to 2 or 3 14 x 8 rectangles, place the 6 slices of provolone cheese along one edge of each rectangle overlapping each slice enough to run the 14 inch length of crust.
  14. Place 3 rows of pepperoni along 14 inch edge overlapping each slice by 1/2.
  15. be sure to leave 2-3 inches along opposite edge free of filling so when you roll up it will make a good seal.
  16. roll to make a 14 inch loaf making sure to not wrap tightly.
  17. Place diagonal slices across top about every 2 inches to vent.
  18. Bake at 350°F for 30-40 minutes.
  19. Place on oven broiler pan greased (no foil) so any oil from pepperoni can run to bottom pan not soaking into crust.
Most Helpful

I subbed unsalted butter for the oil, upped the sugar to 1 T., and used my bread machine on the dough cycle. I then made 2 loaves with green onions, black forest ham and havarti--deeelish! We had one loaf for dinner, while the other was sliced and frozen. A few seconds in the microwave and they were as good as when fresh.

Donna Lv. May 05, 2009

excellent! this dough is now my favorite for making stromboli! so simple- the dough was very easy to work with- made 2 stromboli. i filled mine with pepperoni and shredded mozzarella cheese and sprinkled italian seasoning blend over all. i also brushed the rolls with egg white before baking. these turned out tender and delicious- will definately be making again!

tiger28 December 31, 2007

I made this recipe for Freeze it tag and it turned out great. I did make the dough in the bread machine and it was very easy to handle. This is a great lunch box idea... I froze the roll already cut into slices and then I could just pop them into the lunch box and the kids could eat them cold or warm them up in the class microwave. Thanks for posting!

* Pamela * October 23, 2007