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Stromboli Recipe

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This recipe for Stromboli, by , is from Family Comforts, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.


Added: Sunday, September 20, 2009


1 sheet puff pastry dough, purchased from frozen food section
2 oz olive oil
1/2# thinly sliced meat such as ham, salami, pepperoni, or proscuitto
1/4# sliced or grated provolone cheese
1/4 cup grated Parmesan
1/8 cup thinly sliced, seeded cherry pepper, jalapeño or roasted red pepper
1 egg beaten

optional ingredients:

sliced tomatoes
sliced onion
black or green olives
roasted garlic
fresh basil

Let frozen dough soften and open the folds when permitted without damaging the sheet. Brush dough with olive oil. Evenly distribute sliced ingredients over top of dough, sprinkling with cheese last. Roll dough tightly, taking care not to rip or damage dough. Leave seam on the bottom of rolled Stromboli. Score top of Stromboli with a vertical cut spaced about 1" across the top. Cover with a slightly damp cloth and allow dough to rise (about 1/2 hour). Brush the Stromboli with the beaten egg and bake at 375º for approximately 1/2 hour. The Stromboli should be golden brown. Allow to cool slightly before cutting and serving. This can be eaten cold if desired.




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