Stromboli aka Stuffed Bread – a step by step

Like anyone, I really enjoy pizza, especially freshly made at home but sometimes you just want to mix it up a bit.

Stromboli is basically a pizza rolled up, not dissimilar to a Calzone or the Panzerotti, although the later is fried and they are both folded in half like a pocket rather than rolled like a loaf, which explains the ‘Stuffed Bread’ tag. The Stromboli is a fabulous way to eat pizza and is far more portable… great for picnics!

INGREDIENTS

1 portion of the ‘Best Ever Pizza Dough‘ recipe ( I have included it at the bottom of the post also)

200 g Ham

200 g Salami

3 leaves of silverbeet, sliced and blanched

200 g mushrooms (I used my Smoked Saffron Milk Caps)

1/2 leek

200 g mozzarella

Salt and pepper

Method

Pre heat oven 200°c / 400°f

Blanch the silverbeet in pan for 3 minutes with a little water and then squeeze out the excess moisture. Leave aside to cool slightly.

Quickly cook the sliced mushrooms and leek for 4 minutes and set aside to cool a little.

Divide the portion of pizza dough into 4 equal sections.

Roll each one into a square shape.

Slice the ham and lay along one side.

Lay the sliced and blanched silverbeet next the ham.

Next is your sliced salami and mushroom & leek mixture.

Top with the mozzarella cheese and season with salt and pepper.

Roll up as tight as you can and tuck in the ends. Place with the seam on the underside of a greaseproof lined baking tray and cook for 20-30 minutes or till golden.

stromboli stuffed bread step by step

 

Best Ever Pizza Dough Recipe

 

Ingredients

250g plain flour

250g strong flour

1.5 tsp salt

1 tsp dry yeast

1 tbs oil

325 ml warm water

Method

Place the flours, salt, yeast and oil into a large bowl.

Slowly pour in the warm water and stir in with a butter knife till just combined.

Start kneading and only add more water as it’s needed. Knead for 10 mins. Finding Feasts - Easy Pizza Dough_1 Finding Feasts - Easy Pizza Dough

Once you have it to a smooth and silk texture, place in an oiled bowl and cover loosely with cling film

Leave it to rise for an hour or till double in size

Punch down and then divide into the portions sizes you like.

Stromboli aka Stuffed Bread – a step by step
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Stromboli aka Stuffed Bread – step by step… Like anyone, I really enjoy pizza, especially freshly made at home but sometimes you just want to mix it up a bit. Stromboli is basically a pizza rolled up, not dissimilar to a Calzone or the Panzerotti, although the later is fried and they are both folded in half like a pocket rather than rolled like a loaf, which explains the ‘Stuffed Bread’ tag. The Stromboli is a fabulous way to eat pizza and is far more portable… great for picnics! If you have ‘Pizza Night’ then why not give this a go?
Ingredients
  • 1 portion of the ‘Best Ever Pizza Dough‘ recipe ( I have included it at the bottom of the post also)
  • 200 g Ham
  • 200 g Salami
  • 3 leaves of silverbeet, sliced and blanched
  • 200 g mushrooms (I used my Smoked Saffron Milk Caps)
  • ½ leek
  • 200 g mozzarella
  • Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. Pre heat oven 200°c / 400°f
  2. Blanch the silverbeet in pan for 3 minutes with a little water and then squeeze out the excess moisture. Leave aside to cool slightly.
  3. Quickly cook the sliced mushrooms and leek for 4 minutes and set aside to cool a little.
  4. Divide the portion of pizza dough into 4 equal sections.
  5. Roll each one into a square shape.
  6. Slice the ham and lay along one side.
  7. Lay the sliced and blanched silverbeet next the ham.
  8. Next is your sliced salami and mushroom & leek mixture.
  9. Top with the mozzarella cheese and season with salt and pepper.
  10. Roll up as tight as you can and tuck in the ends. Place with the seam on the underside of a greaseproof lined baking tray and cook for 20-30 minutes or till golden.
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