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Stromboli - Sausage and pepper

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    Default Stromboli - Sausage and pepper

    Description: This is a dough that is rolled with a filling, baked, sliced and served. Can be used as an appetizer or main course as I did tonight.
    Serving Size: 4-6 as main course or 8-10 as appitizer
    Time: 1 hour
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. pre-made pizza dough
    2. 4 Italian sausage (hot or sweet)
    3. 1 red pepper
    4. 1/2 medium onion
    5. 1 tbl minced garlic
    6. 1.5-2 cups grated Mozzarella cheese
    Preparation:
    1. Pre heat oven to 350
    2. brown sausages and thinly slice
    3. Core, seed and thinly slice red pepper
    4. thinly slice onion
    5. roll out dough into a rectangle
    Instructions:
    1. Saute pepper, onion and garlic until soft
    2. add cooked sausage and fry a few more minutes
    3. Spread the the above evenly onto dough, leaving 3 edges about 1" without filling. Sprinkle cheese over the mixture
    4. roll like you would a jelly roll.
    5. seal the edges
    6. place onto a greased cookie pan and let dough rise for 15 min.
    7. place in oven and bake at 350 until the top is lightly browned..about 1/2 hour.
    8. Remove from pan, allow to slightly cool and slice and serve.

    9. I have heard this also called sausage bread, or garbage bread

    10. You can alter fillings to your liking
    11. try ham, provolone, chilies and black olives or any favorite combo as a filling. I also do a mozzarella, sun dried tomato, pepperoni filling. The combos are unlimited...this can also be done without meat.
    Last edited by Ron-NY; July 10th, 2008 at 11:21 PM.

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    Nice post, ron. I like spicy food & love cheese, so I bet I will like this.

    Cheers,
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    this with a salad was tonight's dinner. If you like spicy then the hot sausage is in order instead of sweet
    I don't have a recipe for this, so I guesstimated what I used.

    I am planning a pesto, shrimp, cheese one for next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    this with a salad was tonight's dinner. If you like spicy then the hot sausage is in order instead of sweet
    Oh yeah, I would make that change anyway! I think I burned my taste buds off a long time ago. I love hot and spicy foods with lots of flavor! I may drink a gallon of water while eating, but it is so worth it.

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