It's no harder to make your own calzones than it is to make pizza, especially if you have a bread machine. Calzones are a great option for lunch or dinner.
Calzones are just like a pizza sandwich. Roll out pizza dough into individual portions and divide this filling between them. Fold each round in half, seal the edges and bake in a 230 degrees C oven for about 10 minutes.
Calzone is an Italian pizza pocket that uses pizza dough to wrap up a filling. The delicious filling here is ready-cooked roast chicken mixed with spinach, capsicums and ricotta cheese.
This is real calzone because there is no tomato sauce inside of it! We eat it at least once a week. Have a bowl of tomato or spaghetti sauce on the table for people to top their calzone with, if desired.
Calzone dough for the bread machine. After completing the dough cycle, it gets rolled out and stuffed with pizza sauce, pepperoni and cheese. This recipe can be split in half to make two smaller calzones.
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Healthy pizza? Yes, there is such a thing! This calzone is made with wholemeal flour and has a lovely filling of fresh vegetables like zucchini, eggplant and olives.
This calzone recipe is filled with a mixture of greens, capers and olives. You can use spinach, silverbeet or any other greens you have available.
Calzone is just a pizza that is folded over like a pastie so it is simple to make for lunch or a snack. You can't go wrong with ingredients like mozzarella and ham.