Pizza Stromboli

I had a recipe for ham Stromboli, but when I went to look in the fridge, my ham was gone and the turkey eaten. So, I made a quick trip to the store and bought pepperoni and ham slices. I made my own pizza dough, but you can buy the already made stuff in the tube.

We devoured this in less time than it took to cool down. In fact, I’m pretty sure they didn’t let it cool off. The pizza dough was a no yeast (remember, I’m impatient) recipe and turned out really well. It was so yummy. Of course, then we started to think about all the things we could put in it: fajitas, chicken and broccoli, traditional bierock ingredients. I’m so freaking hungry. So, here you go. I’m gonna look for something to eat.

Pizza dough:

2 1/2 cups flour            1 T baking powder

1/4 t salt                          1 cup milk

1/4 cup room temp butter

Preheat oven to 450*

Put all ingredients in the bowl of your kitchen aid, if you have one. If not, no worries, build up your arm muscles by stirring together until a ball of dough forms. Flour your counter and roll your dough out to desired thickness. To use as pizza dough, place topping on the dough and then bake for 15 minutes. For stromboli, place ingredients down the middle of the dough, then wrap by folding the ends over the middle. Taking the long side of the dough closest to you, fold it over the top of the ingredients (with a little more over the top) then pull back towards you, like closing a burrito. Fold the other side of the dough on top. You can use a little water to stick the dough together.

Bake for about 25 minutes until dough is cooked through and stuffing is hot.

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