One of our family’s favourite dinners is Stromboli. No one ever groans when they see it on the table and everyone eats several pieces. My husband takes leftovers to work for lunch!
In a nutshell, Stromboli is bread dough that’s rolled up with some salami and cheese. Brush on some olive oil, sprinkle on some Italian seasoning, then bake for about 25 minutes.
My oven has a proof setting – so the two rises don’t take much time – and I rather enjoy the process of making the dough and kneading it. You can use store-bought dough if you were in a rush, but this is far tastier. We used store-bought once and haven’t done it again!
Here’s the recipe. I always double it (did I mention we love this?) and I leave off the banana peppers. We’ve used provolone cheese, mozzarella and, most often, we end up going with Swiss. Mmmm.