Pepperoni and Meat Stromboli

How to Make Nonna's Famous Stromboli

Nonna's Famous Stromboli 

One of my favorite memories from visiting my Nonna when I was younger is making Stromboli for myself and my cousins to enjoy. No matter how old or young you are Stromboli is a great snack or appetizer for any occasion. Though, not a traditional Italian culinary creation, it has been widely enjoyed throughout the United States by Italian-Americans. Below I will outline how I make my Stromboli!

What You Need:

This batch will make 6 Stromboli so you can share with those you love!

Stromboli Instructions:

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit 

  1. Place flour on the table and defrost 6 balls of A&S pizza dough
  2. Defrost loose sausage meat
  3. Slice two balls of fresh mozzarella to your preferred thickness 
  4. Once the dough is defrosted stretch out until it is about 10 inches in length and 3 inches in width 
  5. Place the dough on the lightly floured table and lather the side facing you with olive oil
  6. Place your preferred about of salami on the oiled dough
  7. Sprinkle your preferred amount of sausage meat on top of the salami 
  8. Place your preferred amount of mozzarella on top of the sausage meat
  9. Sprinkle to preference your tomato dices, fresh parsley, oregano, and garlic powder on top of the fresh mozzarella
  10. Sprinkle to preference grated Romano cheese on top of your parsley, oregano, and garlic powder
  11. Roll the dough over to make and log and pinch the sides together (be careful the dough may be fragile!)
  12. Make a seasoned olive oil of  two pinches oregano, one pinch salt, one pinch black pepper, and one pinch of garlic powder
  13. Brush your oil mixture on the top of the Stromboli 
  14. (BONUS) Sprinkle grated Romano cheese to top off the Stromboli
  15. Place on a non-stick sheet pan and cover the Stromboli with tin foil
  16. Place in the oven and bake for 20-30 minutes or until golden brown!

Buon Appetito 🤌 👨‍🍳

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