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Wood Fired Stromboli

I made some wood fired stromboli's for supper last night. Sauce, cheese, sausage, ham, and pepperoni......they were a big hit


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Re: Wood Fired Stromboli

Well done, they look great. Parchment on the stone is a very good idea.

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Re: Wood Fired Stromboli

I always put anything I cook on stone on the grill on parchment. The main reason is that I put the stone on while the grill heats up that way it is hot when I'm ready to cook. So I just build the food on parchment then use a peel to put it on the stone. It also prevents sticking and it helps with burning the crust too

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Re: Wood Fired Stromboli

That looks good mite have to try that! At what temp do you cook at? Iv never used a stone in the smoker.
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Re: Wood Fired Stromboli

That looks incredible !

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Re: Wood Fired Stromboli

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That looks good mite have to try that! At what temp do you cook at? Iv never used a stone in the smoker.
I cook them in a Komado style cooker. (Think big green egg)

I cook the stromboli at around 375-400 for about 20-25 minutes, that way you make sure the middle is cooked.

A pizza on the other hand, I cook at about 550-600 for 8-10 minutes......

These things are about the most versatile cookers that you can get, I will never own a different style of grill.

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Re: Wood Fired Stromboli

i bought a kettle pizza insert for my weber kettle and use a stone. it makes incredible pizza. 700 degrees

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