Amazing Ham & Cheese Stromboli
- Ready In:
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
- Stretch pizza dough out on a large cookie sheet lined with nonstick aluminum foil, approximately 10" x 13".
- Layer the ham on the dough, followed by the cheese, onion and oregano.
- With the long side closest to you, roll away from you and then seal the edge and ends.
- Slice vent holes on top, taking care to only cut through the dough.
- Bake in oven for approximately 45 minute.
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we love stromboli and had a bunch of havarti to use up so this was the perfect recipe! loved the onions in the filling. i made the amish white bread recipe found here on recipezaar instead of pizza dough as that is what i usually do for stromboli. it made 2 loaves so i filled the other one and froze it for another day. yummy!
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