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Mini Ham & Cheese Calzones

Mini Ham & Cheese Calzones recipe
photo by:kraft
These bite-size appetizers are a cinch to prepare and are packed with savory flavor.
15 min
30 min
24 servings
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I brought these for a bake sale at work. Everyone loved them. I used a cloth covered rolling pin to flatten out the dough on wax paper. This seemed to work real well. When reheating these 10 seconds in the microwave is plenty. Next I'm going to try making them with a whole breadstick.
I wanted to make a test batch because I was thinking of making them for Bunko. They were good, but I am still trying to figure out how to wrap them correctly. Hopefully I will get the hang of it.
The Whole Family Enjoyed These :) I Also Make Two-Three Batches At A Time- I Think Prep Time Listed is A Bit On The Low End- but Once You Get The Hang Of It Its Good. My Breadsticks Come With A Little Garlic/Butter So I added That To The Tops Then Dunked Them In Parm. Cheese SOO YUMMY!
I know these are called Mini Calzones but the amount of dough that this recipe called for would have made ultra mini calzones. I don't even know how this recipe could possibly turn out right with the amounts indicated. I had to not cut the breadstick. They tasted ok with honey ham but they didn't look anything like the picture displayed no matter how hard I tried. So taste..3 and presentation..0.
I used smoked turkey and brushed calzones with melted butter, then sprinkled with garlic salt, sesame seeds and the parmesan cheese.
I make these in bulk (2-3 batches), wrap them in wax paper and then foil, refrigerate them, and send them with my husband to work for lunch. I double up on the dough and use 2 slices of ham and twice the cheese. The dough is not difficult to roll out if you sprinkle flour on the counter and on top of the dough before rolling it. The prep time listed is definitely on the low end, especially if it's your first time to make takes a while to get the hang of it. I brushed olive oil over the tops before sprinkling on the parmesean. This helped it stick, which is worth it because the parm adds so much flavor. What a hearty, versatile recipe!
made with one piece of turkey pepperoni in each piece, in place of the ham, and served with marinara sauce. a bit time consuming, but well worth it!
Easy and yummy. Even the kids helped with this one. Lots of fun and good food. Thank you.
These were good but I'll use procuttio next time (my favorite kind of ham) to jazz it up and also something to dip it in, like the ranch! But it was pretty good and all my guests ate it up at the bridal shower
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