“This cracking calzone recipe makes a clever portable lunch and is great for using up leftover veg ”
Cooks In1H 30M
Difficulty Not too tricky
Bread, Party food, Vegetarian, Italian
Nutrition per serving
Calories 1301 65%
Fat 31.5g 45%
Saturates 9.1g 46%
Protein 30.4g 68%
Carbs 118.0g 45%
Sugars 5.4g 6%
Of an adult's reference intake
1 quickest tomato sauce (Molho de tomate: http://oishii-ideias.blogspot.pt/2015/06/o-meu-molho-de-tomate.html)
300 g spinach leaves, washed and spun dry
2 x 125 g good-quality mozzarella pieces, torn into pieces
Massa de pizza rápida: http://oishii-ideias.blogspot.pt/2010/06/massa-rapida-de-pizza.html
First, make your quickest tomato sauce to the pan and stir. Cook for a few minutes, then add the spinach (in batches if you need to) and stir again. Simmer away the liquid until you’re left with a thick, tasty mixture that’s not too moist (otherwise it will burst through the dough when you’re cooking the calzone).
Divide the mushroom and spinach mixture evenly between the four pizza bases and spread it out nicely. Top with pieces of mozzarella and season with salt and pepper. To make your calzone, carefully lift the far edge of the pizza dough and pull it over the top towards you – you basically need to fold it in half (imagine it looking like a big Cornish pasty!). Crimp the edges so none of the filling can spill out. Place the calzone side by side on a floured baking tray (use two if you need to), pizza stone or granite slab.
Cook for 10 to 15 minutes on the bottom of the preheated oven until the dough is puffed up and golden on top and the filling is hot."
Fonte e imagem: //www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/bread-recipes/calzone/#iGAPuPSKpSiK4HVu.99