EASY STEAK BOMB CALZONE

GOOD STEAK MAKES FOR AN EXCELLENT CALZONE
GOOD STEAK MAKES FOR AN EXCELLENT CALZONE
FEW GOOD VEGIES ARE GREAT FOR A CALZONE
FEW GOOD VEGIES ARE GREAT FOR A CALZONE
LOOKING GOOD
LOOKING GOOD
FRESH DOUGH FOR YOUR CALZONE
FRESH DOUGH FOR YOUR CALZONE
NOTHING LIKE GOOD OLIVE OIL FOR A NICE COLOR
NOTHING LIKE GOOD OLIVE OIL FOR A NICE COLOR
FOOTBALL TIME IS HERE AND IT TIME TO COOK SOME CALZONES
FOOTBALL TIME IS HERE AND IT TIME TO COOK SOME CALZONES
CAN YOU GET ME A SLICE OF CALZONE
CAN YOU GET ME A SLICE OF CALZONE
HONEY PLEASE GET MY A PEICE OF THE STEAK BOMB CALZONE
HONEY PLEASE GET MY A PIECE OF THE STEAK BOMB CALZONE
A NICE GLAZE FROM THE OILVE OIL
A NICE GLAZE FROM THE OILVE OIL

STEP BY STEP RECIPE FOR STEAK BOMB CALZONE

EASY STEAK BOMB CALZONE

Ingredients

1-Lb fresh dough (store bought)

4-Lbs of shaved steak

1-Can of mushrooms (6 ounces)

¼ Lb of sliced salami

1-Bag of diced frozen peppers/onions

Salt & pepper

¾ Lb of American sliced cheese

Flour

Olive oil (3 ounces)

Non-stick foil

Preparing the Ingredients

First cut up your shaved steak into small bite size piece, then add steak mushrooms peppers and onions to the fryer pan with 1-ounce of olive oil, and a few shakes of salt and pepper.

Now cook for about 4 to 6 minutes or so, its ok if doesn’t look totally cooked the rest will cook in the calzone you don’t want to overcook it, will come out dry.

When all of your ingredients are cooked, place in a bowl to cool off, note you will have to drain liquids, from bowl before filling your calzone.

Preparing your dough

On a flat floured surface place your dough and start to stretch it out in a circler motion, and roll out with a floured rolling pin, until it stops stretching, you want to have your dough in an oval shape for stuffing it.

Layering your calzone

Keeping the dough on a well floured surface, will make for an easy transfer, to the oven; now start with a layer of American cheese for the bottom towards the middle of the dough.

Next add your cooked ingredients steak/peppers/onions mushrooms to the top of the cheese, spreading it as evenly as you can, note try to get this mixture as dry as possible before adding to the calzone dough.

On top of the mixture, you then add some salt and pepper and your sliced salami evenly across the top with one more layer of cheese.

Once this is done your ready to close up your calzone,

Start by folding the top part on the dough over the bottom of the dough, you may have to adjust the mixture a little to be able to fold evenly, now you can

Crimp the edges of the dough with a fork all around the dough.

Be sure its closed really well so there’s no leaking during the cooking process, next brush on some olive oil to the top and the sides of the dough.

Next pulled out a rack from your oven before you pre-heat it, and place on the counter top, next slide your calzone onto the non-stick foil and place on the over rack, it’s a little tricky just take your time,also poke about 6 holes on the top of the calzone, with a knive,to vent during cooking.

Cooking your calzone

Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees and place your calzone that’s on the rack in the middle of the oven and baked for about 25 to 35 minutes until there’s a golden brown color all round the dough.

When done place on a flat surface and cool for about 10 to 15 minutes, and slice into desired portions.

This is a great idea, with football season right around the corner, your whole family and friends will thank you for a great meal.

Cost of this steak bomb calzone

That feeds 4 to 5 people is

(14.00 dollars)

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Wildsurgg

 

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Montana Farm Girl 7 years ago from Northwestern Montana

Oh my goodness.... You're making me drool here!!! Yet, another of your great hubs I've bookmarked!!!!


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wildsurgg 7 years ago from BOSTON AREA Author

Thank you for your comment I have lots of great cooking recipes and hope you will check them out.

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randomcreative 5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

It looks like a Philly cheesesteak! I'm sure that it's delicious.


Mari 12 months ago

Has anyone fixed these and froze them for later? If so...any changes in the directions?.....how did they taste?.....

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