Stromboli

Melanie From thesisterscafe Wed, Sep 14 2011

My sister Brittany introduced me to Stromboli and it quickly became a favorite at our house!  My boys love to eat it and I love to make it.  It is so quick and easy, thanks to Rhodes frozen bread dough! Let me show you how I do it.  Now remember this can be adjusted according to your tastes and what you have on hand.  I have even made this with ham and pastrami when I was out of pepperoni and salami and it was fantastic.

 

 

Here is what you will need to get started:

You will need one defrosted Rhodes bread dough rolled out to roughly a 9x13 size, cornmeal, salami slices, sliced deli ham, large pepperoni slices, grated mozzarella cheese, provolone slices, Italian seasoning, olive oil and water.

 

 

Start by layering the meat--ham, salami and pepperoni, then sprinkle with a little Italian seasoning. 

 

 

Follow that with the provolone slices and shredded mozzarella.  Give it another little sprinkle with Italian seasonings.

 

 

Fold over dough and wet edges with water.

 

 

Once completely sealed, brush with olive oil and sprinkle with cornmeal.  Transfer to baking sheet cornmeal side down.  Then repeat with the top side--brush with olive oil and sprinkle with cornmeal.

 

 

If you have big hungry family of boys like me, you will need to make two:)  It is really good and goes fast, trust me!

 

 

Bake in a 375 preheated oven for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with your favorite marinara sauce and enjoy!  My favorite sauce is a 5 Minute Marinara found here.

Stromboli
Rhodes bread dough
1/4 lb ham, sliced
1/4 lb hard salami slices
1/4 lb large pepperoni slices
1/4 lb provolone
1-2 cups mozzarella cheese
1 tsp Italiam seasoning
 olive oil
cornmeal

Set out bread dough to thaw. Once thawed, spread the dough out on a cookie sheet or silpat (which works perfect). Layer the ham and then the salami and pepperoni along the middle of the dough going lengthwise. Sprinkle with 1/4 tsp each of basil and oregano then layer on cheeses. (I used approximately 1 cup shredded mozzarella but it’s entirely up to you how much you want!) Sprinkle with remaining basil and oregano. Wet edges of the dough and fold over the long edges and roll up the ends. Brush olive oil over dough and sprinkle lightly with corn meal. Carefully flip stromboli over and repeat on other side. Bake at 375 degrees for 20-22 minutes. Serve with hot marinara sauce for dipping. Enjoy!

 

Stromboli

Servings: Skills: Beginning Prep Time: 30 min (not including thaw time) Bake Time: 20 min

5.0 / 5  (2 votes, 17 reviews )

Ingredients

  1. Rhodes bread dough

  2. 1/4 lb ham, sliced

  3. 1/4 lb hard salami slices

  4. 1/4 lb large pepperoni slices

  5. 1/4 lb provolone

  6. 1-2 cups mozzarella cheese

  7. 1 tsp Italiam seasoning

  8.  olive oil

  9. cornmeal

Instructions

Set out bread dough to thaw. Once thawed, spread the dough out on a cookie sheet or silpat (which works perfect). Layer the ham and then the salami and pepperoni along the middle of the dough going lengthwise. Sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon each of basil and oregano then layer on cheeses. (I used approximately 1 cup shredded mozzarella but it’s entirely up to you how much you want!) Sprinkle with remaining basil and oregano. Wet edges of the dough and fold over the long edges and roll up the ends. Brush olive oil over dough and sprinkle lightly with corn meal. Carefully flip stromboli over and repeat on other side. Bake at 375 degrees for 20-22 minutes. Serve with hot marinara sauce for dipping. Enjoy!

Melanie

I am currently living in the beautiful South (Chattanooga, Tennessee) with my husband Brad and our 5 (yes five) lively sons. I love being a wife and a mother. I feel that it is my greatest work and put my heart and soul into creating a happy and nurturing home for my family. I have a strong testimony and faith in Jesus Christ and am a firm believer in the scripture that says through small and simple things, great things are brought to pass! This applies to family dinner, the simple ritual of sharing a daily meal together creates strong families! That is the main reason I cook and bake – boys love food :) It brings them home and gets them around the kitchen table :)


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17 Comments

Erica W said on Sep 16, 2011 Reply
I had no idea Rhodes rolls and bread dough could do so much! I've never had stromboli but think I'll definitely give it a try!
Lee Ann said on Sep 19, 2011 Reply
Hi Melanie,

This Stromboli recipe looks so good and easy to do. I've never made Stromboli before and now I want to try it.
Thanks very much for the recipe! :)
Donije said on Sep 17, 2011 Reply
Would like to try the stromboli and the chicken salad sliders. Both sound great.
Janelle Belka said on Sep 18, 2011 Reply
I would love to try this Stromboli. I'm going to get the ingredients tomorrow to make this for dinner. Looks delicious!
bmw said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
Hi Mel...I feel like I know you since I'm on your site every day and my husband and I are enjoying so many of your fantastic recipes. So glad to have another wonderful looking site as well to go to. With regard to stating which of these recipes I would like to try, I would say that's virtually impossible since I actually would like to try most of them. I'm in charge of our singles luncheon for the church and am always looking for interesting and delicious food to serve the sisters. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy days to share with us.
Emily A. said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
I recently made Lindt Truffle Chocolate Cupcakes for a friends bridal shower... Oh my Goodness they are so wonderufl!! The Bride loved them so much she asked me to bake them for her wedding reception and cancelled her cake. They were a huge hit and we will make them again and again! Thanks you for sharing the yummy goodness with us!! :)
Kathy said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
It all looks so good. I guess I'd have to start with the stromboli. It's looks pretty darn good.
Colleen said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
I would love to try the Almond Cheese Squares. I love almond in anything and they sound delicious and easy with the Rhodes Bread dough. Thanks for all of your delicious recipes!
Eileenrn said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
I make these quite often and use pepperoni and Italian sausage for the filling. Everyone loves them. I make enough to have left-overs for the next day.
cheryl sigler said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
thnks for shareing this strombali recipe looks so easy and delisious
Cathy Martin said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
This looks soooo good.
Lisa said on Sep 14, 2011 Reply
I am definitely going to try this stromboli. It looks to die for!!
Vicki McDougal said on Sep 15, 2011 Reply
Can't wait to try this recipe!
Kelli said on Sep 15, 2011 Reply
Making the chicken salad sliders tonight! Love rhodes bread dough.
Kay` said on Oct 19, 2012 Reply
Hi -- The stromboli looks delicious! But I have a question. Is your list of ingredients for one loaf or for two? Thanks!!
Sue said on Jan 13, 2013 Reply
Made this tonight for supper and was very good. Was easy to assemble, never had attempted making these before and will def make again.

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