A calzone is a folded pizza, much like a turnover, that originated in Naples, Italy. It is made with traditional pizza dough and toppings, then baked in the oven.
A calzone is different from a Stromboli in the way that it is sealed. A calzone is folded in half and sealed on the edges, while a Stromboli is rolled into a spiral and then sealed y folding some of the dough back over the roll.
The recipe below yields 8 delicious, homemade calzones made with our top-rated Neapolitan pizza sauce and our beginner-friendly basic pizza dough. These made-from-scratch calzones are sure to be a crowd-pleaser, even if you’re the only one lucky enough to devour them.
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