Today I am travelling to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for International Quilt Market! Tomorrow afternoon, I will be doing a “Schoolhouse”- Schoolhouse is a series of workshops for shop owners. My presentation is called “New Ways to Move Old Merchandise.” This workshop will give shop owners some creative ideas to move out older stuff so they can fill their shelves with NEW STUFF that they order at Quilt Market. After all, we all love walking into our favorite quilt shop and seeing new stuff….
Today I’m doing another “throwback post.” This is not exactly a Homemade Stromboli recipe; it’s more of an un-recipe. What is an “un-recipe” you ask? Well, it’s basically just some guidelines for making something delicious. You can do your own variations based on whatever you have in your kitchen… So here we go…
A Stromboli-Like Thing Un-Recipe
I remember when I was a kid, my grandmother would always make Pepperoni Bread for special occasions and it would get gobbled up… She never showed me how to make it, but I think it was basically frozen dough, provolone cheese and sliced pepperoni all rolled up and baked, kind of like a stromboli. Last week I had some pizza dough in the freezer, but no provolone or pepperoni. Hmmm….. what to do, what to do…..
I scrounged around in the fridge and found some cheddar cheese and turkey… but it needed something for flavor because turkey is a little blah compared to pepperoni… How about some hot pepper relish? Yeah, that’s the ticket…. And some cream cheese to hold it all together….
So this is what I did:
*Defrosted frozen pizza dough according to the package directions.
*Mixed the cream cheese with the pepper relish.
*Rolled the dough into a rectangular-ish/oval-ish shape.
*Spread cream cheese pepper mixture over dough. Placed turkey slices on top, then sprinkled the whole thing with shredded cheddar cheese.
*Rolled it up and tucked the ends over the seam.
*Placed on greased foil with seam down and cut a few slits in the top.
*Baked at 425 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
*Cut into slices.
*Marinara sauce and mozzarella
*Cooked ground beef or turkey, canned chilies or powdered taco seasoning mixed with cream cheese, cheddar cheese
*Cream cheese mixed with chutney or cranberry relish, sliced turkey or chicken, maybe even some leftover stuffing?? (oooh that sounds good….)
*Of course…. pepperoni and provolone