Awesome Stromboli

Yum! Yum! Yum!

I used our “Best ever bread machine bread machine” recipe to make a double-batch of dough.  It was too much for the bread pan to hold, but it worked out fine.  Plus, it was more than enough to make 3 large sandwiches and a small loaf of bread for the next night’s dinner (score!).

Yum! Yum! Yum! Stromboli!

Yum! Yum! Yum! Stromboli!

We had a couple of pieces of provolone left from making philly cheese steaks a while back, so I used those up, along with some Parmesan and mozarella. Cheese-yum!

In addition to pepperoni, the sandwiches for Mark and I had onions and sauteed mushrooms.  yum!

My sandwich was sprinkled with sliced green olives.  Mine was the best!  yum!

Sean ate his entire huge sandwich for dinner and an after-dinner snack.  Mark and I were able to make a couple of meals out of our sandwiches.

The french fries should have been delicious, but they had to be baked in stages due to a strange evening schedule, and didn’t get quite as crisp as usual.  I cooked up the leftovers in about 1/2 tsp peanut oil for lunch- and they were tasty.  I think we’ve finally gotten the trick to cooking our home-frozen fries: bake more than 1 hour, tossed in peanut oil and salt.  (Good with garlic powder/onion powder/pepper, too, but the guys aren’t as positive about that.)

home-frozen French fries, not quite crispy

home-frozen French fries, not quite crispy


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