Sunday, February 19, 2012

Stromboli



My husband and I were watching Big Daddy's house the other day and he was making Stromboli, I was telling my husband about the amazing meat Stromboli I had in Pennsylvania many years ago and he told me that he has never had it and was not sure what it was. We watched the show and my husband thought it sounded awesome but of course we knew that we could create our own version that would be even better. We started to play around with filling ideas and dough ideas and came up with for us a winner winner Stromboli dinner....


1 - Sheet Puff Pastry (thawed)
4 - Deli Thin Sliced Black Forest Ham
5 - Deli Thin Sliced Roast Beef
3 - Deli Thin Sliced Roasted Cajun Turkey Breast
5 Slices - Bacon (cooked)
1/4 C. - Shredded Pizza Blend Cheese
1 - Egg
1 Tbs. - Water

Preheat oven to 400 degrees…

Lay down a sheet of wax paper or parchment paper onto the counter, unfold the pastry and lay it on top of the paper. Top with another section of wax paper; use a rolling pin to just thin the dough slightly and to take the creases out then remove the top sheet of paper and lightly prick the pastry with a fork so it does not rise too much when baking. Lay down the ham then top with the roast beef then the turkey and bacon, cover the entire thing with the cheese. Use the paper to help roll the pastry into a log, lay the seam side down on a parchment lined baking sheet, mix the egg and water in a small dish then brush the top of the Stromboli. Bake in oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown, this makes enough for 2. Slice in half and drizzle with your favorite Alfredo sauce, marinara sauce or eat it as is.


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4 comments:

Gria Loka said...

yummmmmmm! but looks hard to makeit ....hmmmmmmm

teresa said...

oh gosh, i LOVE stromboli, YUM!

Biz said...

OMG, that looks so good! I didn't realize Big Daddy was still on the air!

I am loving the Sandwich King - do you watch that one??

The Japanese Redneck said...

I like to hear them pronounce the name

looks good

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