What is Stromboli?
A Stromboli pizza is a kind of roll made with pizza dough, meat, cheese, and sauce, then baked until golden and crispy. Its origins are unclear, with some stories pointing to Italy while others credit Italian immigrants living in Philadelphia.
What are the Differences Between Stromboli and Calzone?
Stromboli and calzone resemble each other and can even be made with the same ingredients, but they are not the same. The main difference lies in the way they are shaped and sealed. Stromboli is rolled like a burrito, while calzones are folded in half like a flat taco. And while both use pizza dough, Stromboli isn't usually made with vegetables and ricotta, which are common ingredients in a calzone.
What to Serve with Stromboli?
Serve this Stromboli recipe with side dishes like roasted cauliflower, Parmesan broccoli, breadsticks, soup, Ratatouille, Caesar salad, potato salad, etc., for a balanced and wholesome experience. Stromboli can also be enjoyed with a dip like Spinach Artichoke Dip, Marinara sauce, or Cheese dip.
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How to Store Stromboli?
Leftover Stromboli can be stored covered in the refrigerator for up to a week. To keep your Stromboli for longer, wait for it to cool, wrap it up in aluminum foil or plastic wrap, and freeze it in a freezer bag. Frozen pizza Stromboli stays good for up to 3 months and can be reheated at 350 °F for about 30 minutes after thawing.