Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Vegetable and Gouda Stromboli

My last few days have been so busy. We have had family staying, I had all my hair cut off, I was able to catch up with some good friends, you get the picture. Amidst all of this I have been cooking and baking and taking photos but not sure when they will make it here!
This dish for vegetable stromboli, which is essentially a rolled up pizza, I saw at Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice. Once again Reeni did not let me down :)
The pizza dough is rolled out and filled up with lots of delicious vegetables that are pre-cooked on the stove top. First the zucchini.

Then the mixture of onion, capsicums, silverbeet, garlic, olives and capers.

Topped with some delicious gouda cheese.

It is then rolled up, brushed with egg wash, sprinkled with sesame seeds and baked.

What a delicious dish, I loved the fresh tasting vegetables in the filling and the dough was cooked perfectly. 

My little nephew was staying and was not so happy to be served up so many vegetables. Often people say how lucky I am my family appreciates all the food I cook for them. I realise I am very lucky that my family is happy to eat so many different style meals and that my little girl loves vegetables, and all sorts of interesting ingredients such as goats cheese, olives and wood ear fungus.....


  1. That looks better than mine! You really stuffed yours full of veggies. Thanks for trying another one of my recipes - it makes my day every time. xoxo

  2. Mmmm that looks SO good! I've never heard of stromboli. I will have to give it a try.

  3. Your stromboli looks wonderful! Beautifully layered too! Yummy!

  4. Now this stromboli has the kind of filling to bread ratio that I like!!

  5. I have had rolled up pizza in a restaurant but I have never tried it myself. Maybe seeing this will give the the confidence to try. Thanks Diane

  6. I must admit I had never heard of stromboli before! But it looks delicious! I love all the veggies in there and the sesame seeds on the top make it look even more beautiful! :-)

  7. Looks delicious - though "The Darlings" would not think so.

    Thanks for your lovely comments - so are you out at Westmead or CHW - would love to meet up with you sometime.

  8. Yum! This looks amazing! And rather healthy compared to most stromboli. Great post!

  9. Great idea,mouthwatering result!!!Well done,dear!

  10. Great recipe and presentation to both you and Reeni! Needless to say I could eat it all!!!We have an award waiting for you to claim at our blog!XO


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