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Calzone Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Stephen Hurt
Added: Sunday, November 30, 2008

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
6 cans tomato sauce
1 cup half and half
your choice of Italian seasonings
black pepper and sea salt
1 tbs garlic powder or four cloves
(or prepare your normal spaghetti sauce)
2 lbs ground beef and/or turkey
mozzarella cheese or other
2 cans store bought biscuits, any kind

Directions:
Directions:
Heat oven to the biscuit directions. In a big pot add first 5 ingredients to taste; turn to low-med. In a skillet brown meat with a little salt and pepper and Italian seasonings. Cook to your liking; preferably medium to well done. When meat is done drain grease and rinse. Add the meat to your sauce and turn off burner. Now open the cans of biscuits and roll out to good sized square preferably on a cooking sheet that you will cook them on; add about a tablespoon of meat sauce. Add a small slice of cheese to the middle. Then bring all four sides to the middle; pinching them together. If you’d like at this point, you can add a slice of cheese to the top, for optimal support. Bake as the directions on the biscuits tell you. Viola! Serve with a salad.

You can also leave out the meat and use mushrooms instead. Sprinkle the top of biscuits with garlic and Italian herbs to make it pretty.

 

 

 

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