Wednesday, February 10, 2010



(thanks to my SIL, Sally for this super easy, delicious recipe)

Grab a french bread tube (I used Pillsbury pizza dough in a can) and unroll it onto a silpat, or wax paper (the dough will be sticky, try to keep it cold)
Then layer it with 6 oz (or more) of deli sliced ham, 6 oz of sliced swiss (I used grated Mozzarella), chives and crumbled bacon pieces.
Leave almost an inch on all sides free from the ingredients. then just roll it up.
Place seem side down on a cookie sheet and tuck the sides under. Then cut 4-5, 1/4 deep lines on top.
Cook for about 30 minutes @ 350 or until its golden brown.

I usually serve it will a big fruit salad or even soup.

You can also do it with Mozzarella and pepperoni and then dip in pizza sauce.


Good Buy Consignment said...

Sounds like it's easy to make and it looks delicious - I have some Pilsbury pizza dough in my fridge - guess what I'm making to go with a soup and salad.

amy said...

Hey friend- just thinking about you and checking in. Hope all is well. I think I'll try making this recipe - I've got all the ingredients. rock on

Sara @ Our Best Bites said...

Hey there, I met your cute sister last night at a party and we started talking food blogs. Yours looks great! I love making stromboli too- I use the easy dough-in-a-can method too! Love it!


Sherri said...

This Stromboli recipe is calling to me... I think I shall make an attempt at it on Sunday!

Fifi Flowers said...

Ooooh YUM... that's it... I now know what I am having for lunch... not as good as this I'm sure... but I simply must have something like it... yep... a lean pocket... sad but true.