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  • Writer's pictureJenny Gruben

Recipe: Silly Goose Style Stromboli

Roll up some yummy goodness with our Silly Goose Style Stromboli recipe! Quick, easy, and delicious, they are perfect for weeknight dinners and will be a hit at your next party - be sure to check out your Top Goose Tips below for suggestions.

There is no limit for these delicious rollups so feel free to get creative and add in ingredients to make it your own! I've given some ideas below. Its a great way to use up leftover meats, cheeses, and vegetables that are in your fridge. As an added bonus, the leftovers heat up magically.

Silly Goose Style Stromboli

Here's what you need:

  • 1 package of roll-out pizza dough (or homemade/ball rolled rectangularly)

  • 8-10 slices large pepperoni

  • 8-10 slices large hard salami slices

  • Genoa (or similar) salami and/or ham slices

  • 8-10 slices Colby jack or mozzarella cheese

  • 8-10 slices cheddar cheese

  • 1tsp red pepper flakes

  • 1/2tsp garlic powder or minced garlic

  • 1/2tsp oregano or Italian seasoning

  • Olive oil

  • Red sauce for dipping

Optional additional/alternative toppings:

  • 1/2c shredded parmesan cheese (for topping)

  • Fresh spinach leaves

  • Fresh basil leaves

  • Thinly sliced chicken

  • Dijon mustard (spread on dough)


Roll out dough to rectangular shape in large cookie sheet (lightly greased). Lay out single layers, alternating meat and cheeses (if adding spinach or basil, include as a layer here). Gently roll from one end to the other, sealing up dough seam to help the roll hold its shape. Lay seam side down on the cookie sheet, sideways. Brush with olive oil (melted butter is also fine) and sprinkle on top your red pepper flakes, garlic, oregano, and parmesan cheese if using.

Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Gently slice 1-1 1/2" slices and lay evenly on baking sheet in a single layer. Bake an additional 5-10 minutes until inside layers of dough are cooked. Serve warm with dipping sauce.

Tips from your Top Goose:

  • Feel free to sub out ingredients or skip any you don't like. Typically Stromboli has an Italian vibe with the meats, cheeses and seasonings.

  • A fun switch up is to use thinly sliced chicken, mozzarella cheese, spinach and sundried tomatoes and use an alfredo or similar dipping sauce.

  • For a fun party tray, slice your dough in half vertically before topping so you roll up two smaller Stromboli rolls, giving you perfect party size slices to lay out on a tray with a dipping sauce.

  • Shredded cheese works fine since it will melt down.

  • Smaller pepperoni/salami slices can work just fine you'll just need 3-4 times the amount spread out evenly in your layers. Sandwich meats will also work great here.

  • Take this recipe to make individual Stromboli rolls by cutting your dough in 4-6 rectangles before topping, roll each up long ways (think Hot Pocket size), then top each with oil and seasonings and lower cooking temp to 350 degrees and check after 20-25 minutes to make sure center is hot/cooked.

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