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Spinach & Roasted Red Pepper Calzones

September/October 1995, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

Your rating: None Average: 3.4 (8 votes)

Using our quick food processor pizza dough or purchased dough, these stuffed turnovers are as easy to make as a flat pizza. If you like, serve the calzones with a bowl of extra sauce for dipping.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Well, I used roasted sliced pimentos, but nevertheless delicious! I'm always a fan if feta is involved :) It's also super easy to make "
Spinach & Roasted Red Pepper Calzones

4 Reviews for Spinach & Roasted Red Pepper Calzones

11/23/2012
Anonymous
Tastes good. Looks bad.

As someone else said, way too many wet ingredients in this. It happen to taste great, but I'm not surprised that no one had a good picture to post of it.

Tasted really good.
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02/26/2011
Ingredients too wet.

First of all the amounts specified for the ingredients are way to much. Our calzones unwrapped like a badly-stuffed kebab. The marinara and spinach was too wet and juices ran all over the place. I am usually so happy with Eatingwell recipes but this one's a dud.

Tastes nice.
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12/23/2010
So impressive!

I amazed myself and my dinner companions with this wonderful recipe. It was the first time I had made pizza dough from scratch. They weren't kidding - only 5 minutes of prep if you use the food processor. I sauteed leeks and fresh rainbow chard instead of frozen spinach and put a bowl of extra homemade tomato sauce on the table. Delicious.

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04/25/2010

Well, I used roasted sliced pimentos, but nevertheless delicious! I'm always a fan if feta is involved :) It's also super easy to make

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