Hi guys!!!

Today I will cook a Calzone…. calzone is a special Neapolitan pizza roll.


  • For the dough look my old post “pizza Margherita”
  • 2 sausage
  • 200 grams of cheese
  • 1 mozzarella
  • some potatoes rosted
  • 2 red onions of  Tropea.

Today for lunch I have cook an italian sausage with potatoes, It has advanced quite a bit and I’m going to use as stuffing.

For made the calzone dough look my old post pizza Margherita.

In the meantime chopped the onion, put the onion in a  frying pan with hot olive oil,  when the onion is brown stop the fire.

Now you spread the pizza dough.

Now put in the dough the sausage, the onion, the potatoes, the cheese and mozzarella.

Now we made the Calzone you fold in half and put on the calzone the cheese.

Put into the oven to 250 degrees Celsius for 15/18 minutes.

Put in a dish and serve in table.





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  1. petit4chocolatier says:

    Wow! Looks delicious!!

  2. Wow, it’s a long time since I’ve had calzone. I used to go to a traditional Italian restaurant or trattoria in North London where they specialised in this type of pizza – delish

  3. That looks fantastic. I’ll have to try my hand at making one myself!

  4. How awesome is this calzone?! I made them a lot, years ago and had forgotten about them. Now I have a new calzone recipe to try:)

  5. mjskit says:

    What a perfect calzone! I love the ingredients and that you placed the cheese on top of the dough after folding. I’ve never seen that done and just love the idea and the final outcome! Need to check out your dough recipe. That too looks quite perfect!

  6. So simple! So good! I must try this!

  7. Mmmm such a delicious calzone recipe 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  8. Never made calzone before from scratch. I’d love to give it a try one day!

  9. tokyohamster says:

    omg this looks awesome!!! you make everything look so easy. i’ve never made homemade calzone, but i LOVE calzones!! hmm.. maybe I’ll have this for dinner tonight!! hahah i think i always say that to all of your posts 🙂

  10. Ambreen says:

    Wow, that really looks awesome! So creative!

  11. This looks fabulous:) I have never put the cheese on top ohhh double cheese:) I will have to try it..soon!!!!

  12. Reblogged this on Santa Monica Pizza & Pasta Co. and commented:
    We hope you guys don’t mind if we post another Calzone recipe. We weren’t planning on doing 2 in one week, but these just look so delicious we couldn’t resist.

  13. Gina says:

    Your calzone would make my husband very happy. He loves sausage and potatoes. I will have to make him one soon. Yours looks wonderful. You are making me hungry.

  14. Karen says:

    What a different calzone with the potato…sounds terrific.

  15. Joanne says:

    What a delicious calzone! Love the sound of that filing.

  16. What a nice blog you have here Alberto. Italian foods are one of my favorites.

  17. Sophie33 says:

    Alberto, what a great & tasty filled calzone! 🙂 Yummmm!

  18. cecilia says:

    This is great Alberto, when i worked in Rome i worked with a man called alberto, he was very tall and handsome!! But he could not cook as well as you!! c

  19. camparigirl says:

    I should stop looking at your blog mid morning wihen the pangs of hunger start to appear….now I crave the bloody calzone!

  20. I could really dig into this right about now!!

  21. Villy says:

    It looks SO delicious!!!

  22. Oh boy! I have potatoes and sausage in the fridge and I LOVE calzones. Yours looks especially good with the cheese melted on top as well as inside…something I have not seen done before.

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