Here we will discuss about how to freeze stromboli. For those of you who don’t know how, please read the article to the end.
Stromboli is a delicacy filled with meat, cheese and vegetables. It’s reminiscent of a calzone or baked sub sandwich, very tasty and tantalizing our taste buds.
The raw bread dough is wrapped in a delicious filling, then baked until the bread turns brown, and the filling becomes hot.
Making stromboli is very time consuming. So it’s best to do it once for the long term. The only way to keep or preserve stromboli so that they last longer is to freeze them. Well, this will make it easier for you to enjoy stromboli whenever you like, you just need to take it in the freezer.
Ok, if you decide to make a stromboli and want to save it for tomorrow or the future. So freezing strombole is the way you should go.
How to Freeze Stromboli
The first step:
Prepare stromboli with your favorite recipe. Pinch the dough together at the seams, do not cut the steam gap in the stromboli roll, this is before freezing
Take a sheet of aluminum foil to wrap the stromboli completely, don’t forget to sprinkle a little flour on the foil, this is to prevent the wrapped dough from sticking.
Place the stromboli on tinfoil, wrap tightly, tie the ends of the foil so that the dough is not exposed to air.
Place the packaged stromboli in a freezer safe, just use a freezer safe ziptop bag. If there is still air in the bag push it out and seal the paper.
Alternatively, the stromboli are tightly wrapped in a plastic freezer layer.
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Take the stromboli you want to freeze, place it in the freezer at 0 F. Freezing the stromboli can last up to a month.