Author Topic: My solution to making a calzone from a dough ball that has been cut in half  (Read 1217 times)

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Offline kdefay

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I roll it out a bit longer instead of into a circle, fill it like normal, and after I close it, I wrap the two ends back around.  It works well for our uses, and by wrapping it into a circular shape, I create a space to set a small dish of sauce.

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Offline jeffereynelson

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I like it!

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Very happy to see that sauce on the side and not in it.  Is it loaded with ricotta as well?
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Good looking calzone, and the photo is very nice too!

Offline Jackie Tran

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Very nice presentation! 

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Pizza is not bread.

Offline kdefay

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Very happy to see that sauce on the side and not in it.  Is it loaded with ricotta as well?

This one didn't have ricotta, but I love them with lots of ricotta inside!
The USA, Myanmar, and Liberia are the three remaining countries in the world who do not use the metric system.  That's some fine company to keep!!

Buy a scale, think in grams, and welcome to the 21st century!!