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 Posted: Sun Nov 25th, 2007 01:28 pm
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Onkel C
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Yesterdays dish was a homemade Calzone (Wiki entry)
(Preparation of the dough can be found here)

It was a first for me, I never tried to roll out Pizza dough. Reason was the lack of a rolling pin in ze kitchen, which was resolved yesterday ;). I went with a filling of mushrooms, ham and mozz, while the wife stuffed hers with tuna, corn and shallots. Prep wasn't as easy as I thought, the first attempt teared on the surface and it was a pain to put it from the rollout place onto the oven tray:





The transfer process was everything but smooth, so the calzone had a rather disfigured look to it:


I rolled out and filled the second batch directly on the baking tray, which was the way to go:

Tuna and corn


ham, shrooms and mozz:



It's awesome, try it out!

Enjoy.

I'll try my hands on homemade tartare in a few minutes (including chopping the meat and all), wish me luck.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 26th, 2007 11:46 am
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Paxman
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Looks delicious. This has long been a staple in my household. The kids love it too which is always good. They geta plain jane calzone while the wife and I can mix it up.

Thanks for postin'!!

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