All the ingredients you love in a great Italian sub are rolled up in pizza crust and baked to perfection in this Italian Sub Stromboli. Serve with pizza sauce for an easy meal or appetizer.
If you follow my blog at all, you will know that one of my favorite things in life are sandwiches. ALL kinds of sandwiches. Carb nirvana wrapped around delicious fillings and capped off with a different array of toppings and sauces. What is not to love?
So with this stromboli, I took my favorite ingredients for Italian subs and baked it in a pizza crust-thus a stromboli. Ham, salami, pepperoni, two types of cheese, tomatoes, peppercini’s and then topped with Italian dressing. All baked together to a golden brown. Mmmm, mmmm, mmmm.
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Italian Sub Stromboli makes for a great meal or appetizer and goes from plain pizza crust to table in 30 minutes.
How to make Italian stromboli:
For this recipe, I used Wewalka Classic Pizza Crust. I liked using this because it already has parchment paper included which made rolling up the stromboli so easy.
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
Start by rolling out the pizza dough.
Next, start placing the Italian Sub ingredients onto one side of the dough, not in the middle.
Layer the ham, salami, pepperoni, swiss cheese, peppercinis, diced tomatoes, and mozzarella cheese. Pour the Italian dressing over the top, splitting between the two.
Since this pizza crust has the parchment paper built-in the rolling up of the stromboli is so simple. Start by folding the pizza crust over the filling.
Peel down the parchment paper down and repeat the process until the pizza crust is all rolled up and the filling is completely rolled up into the pizza crust.
Crimp the end of the pizza crust to seal the stromboli completely.
Whisk an egg then brush on top of the crust. This gives it a nice brown color on the top.
Using a knife, make 5-6 cuts on top of the crust so the heat can escape while baking.
Sprinkle with garlic powder and Italian seasoning.
Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes.
Remove the Italian Sub stromboli from the oven. Slice and serve with prepared pizza sauce. And here you are…..
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!
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Need a quick appetizer for a get-together or cookout? Ham and Salami Roll-ups have soft flour tortillas wrapped up with ham, salami, cream cheese, and pickle. These will disappear in no time!
I’m going to come right out and say something that might make me unpopular. Summer is coming to an end and I am very happy about it. I know this kind of talk is shunned, especially in a state like Michigan, but I can’t help it. Fall is the best! Tailgating, cookouts and enjoying the last few months of warm weather. I am into it!
Do you have tailgating and cookouts on your mind this fall? Check out these other dishes that are ready to party:
How to make Ham and Salami Roll-ups:
First, make sure that your cream cheese has softened some. If you try and mix the spices it will be too hard if not and then also you can tar the tortilla when spreading it. I left mine out for about 30 minutes. Once softened add your chili powder, garlic & seasoning salt to it. Mix well.
Next, cut up all your cheese and tomatoes. You will get 3 roll-ups from each tortilla so make sure you have 36 pieces of cheese, tomatoes, and olives for the garnish.
All that’s left to do is assemble. Lay out all of my tortillas and then layer from there. Tortilla layered with cream cheese mixture, add salami, add ham, add pickle and roll.
Now you will add 3 toothpicks to secure. Cut in even sections. Add a piece of cheese, tomato, and olive for garnish.
And here you are….
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!
Originally published in October of 2016. Updated post in March of 2019.
Thank you so much to Coleen from The Redhead Baker for hosting this weeks Sunday Supper. Get your hungry game watchers filled up fast with these other Easy Football Food Ideas…….
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