Tuesday, May 19, 2009


This one is easy and I'm sure it's way cheaper and better for you than the one they sell at the leading pizza places.

Refrigerated or home made pizza dough
pizza sauce
toppings (my favorites are sausage, roasted red peppers, onions and olives)

To make the filling I used I removed to casing from the Italian sausage and crumbled like hamburger. When it was all cooked I removed it from the skillet leaving the drippings. I added the onions and cooked on low til tender.

To make calzones:
Take a little dough (about the size of a baseball), enough to make a circle, roll out to about a single size pizza. Put sauce one the whole thing and toppings only on half. Fold non topping half over toppings and seal the edge. I like to use a little rolling pinch method for sealing the dough. Cook at 400 for 15-20 minutes. You can be creative as you want with this. leave it as simple or dress it up as much as you want.

1 comment:

Crystalin Dunn said...

Hi! Sorry I didn't do this earlier, but I got your blog from Joanna Tate's site--she's married to my brother Kris. I'm always looking for cooking blogs, and I'm glad I found yours! Thanks for the yummy recipes. I tried your Kids' Spaghetti and my kids loved it! If you want to check out my blog, it's www.theweeklymenu.blogspot.com. And if there are other cooking blogs you follow, could I check them out?