Total TimePrep: 1-1/2 hours + standing Bake: 25 min.
Makes3 calzones (4 servings each)
Very easy recipe.. My kids loved it. We did a meatball calzone and a pepperoni calzone.
I had a lot of trouble with the dough, so I think I will use either pizza dough or perhaps biscuit dough to make smaller, individual ones that can be frozen easier. Otherwise, really good and easy to make.
My daughter has asked me to make this for her special birthday dinner. They're very good but a little tricky to seal without ripping the dough. Perhaps I'll get better with practice.
great for a family dinner, but too much bread for our liking. I will make this again and replace the bread with pizza dough
Love this - i often just make 1 or 2 loaves depending on how many people are eating and freeze any leftover meatballs to use as sub sandwiches or with pasta!
This Calzone was the best ive made and i will make it again.
My family loves this recipe. I always cut it down to fit just one meal and it turns out great! I also like that the sauce is added at the end as a preference as some people in my family (my kids) just want it plain.
Have made multiple times! Freezes well. Add garlic salt to the top. Make extra meatballs because they are tasty.
I always bake my own bread from fresh milled whole grains, so I used the equivalent of one loaf of my dough to make this recipe and prepared 1/3 of the rest of the recipe. I also sauteed onion and sweet pepper while the meatballls were baking and piled those on top of the meatballs, and then the cheese. We found this to be really tasty with the changes I had made. There were a lot of meatballs so I froze half of them for another meal.
Good recipe. Added garlic, salt,pepper, ketchup to meatballs. Used 16oz of cheese. Dough would not stretch 12 in. wide so did 6 in. and stretched it longer. Put in 16 meatballs and cheese and pulled the top lengthwise over meatballs. Pulled bottom crust over top around edges to make a pouch. Baked as directed. Delicious!