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  • #1 by apizza on 10 Nov 2019
  • I thought I'd try something different in a stromboli and gave this a try. Turkey breast, cheddar cheese, bacon and cranberry relish. Have to say I'm pretty happy with the results. Maybe some tweaks are needed but good first attempt.
  • #2 by Yael on 11 Nov 2019
  • This is something I always forget to try! Which temp (and oven) did you bake for how long?
  • #3 by enchant on 11 Nov 2019
  • I recently made a huge batch of cranberry-orange relish (Williams-Sonoma recipe) and your  turkey stromboli looks like the perfect snack for when the  guys come over for post-thanksgiving football.
  • #4 by apizza on 11 Nov 2019
  • This is something I always forget to try! Which temp (and oven) did you bake for how long?

    This was baked in an electric home oven at 375 deg for 30 minutes. Did one turn halfway through.
  • #5 by apizza on 22 Nov 2019
  • Made a few adjustments that helped overall. This time I diced the cooked bacon and instead of sliced cheddar, I shredded a chunk. Doing that made rolling the stromboli easier. First time the bacon strips and cheese slices fought the rolling efforts. I also used a cheese that was a little sharper, which I liked.
  • #6 by enchant on 22 Nov 2019
  • I've made a couple of these over the past week or so and I have to say that your kung fu is stronger than mine.

    May I ask... On stromboli making day, do you leave the dough out to proof for a bit before assembling?  And once assembled, does that sit around for a while, or is it straight into the oven?
  • #7 by apizza on 22 Nov 2019
  • I've made a couple of these over the past week or so and I have to say that your kung fu is stronger than mine.

    May I ask... On stromboli making day, do you leave the dough out to proof for a bit before assembling?  And once assembled, does that sit around for a while, or is it straight into the oven?
    The dough was brought to room temp for 2 hours. After rolling I let it sit for 40 minutes.
  • #8 by enchant on 22 Nov 2019
  • Thanks.  I might be leaving it out assembled too long.
  • #9 by apizza on 22 Nov 2019
  • Pat, would like to see your results with changes.
  • #10 by Chicago Bob on 22 Nov 2019
  • Too beady... Needs more melty cheese... And cranberry... Like that!
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