Friday, October 19, 2007

Homemade calzones

I made this for lunch last Sunday to eat while we watched football. This recipe is quick and easy and perfect for dinner on movie night or while watching a sporting event.

1 roll of Pillsbury pizza crust dough
Mozzarella cheese
pizza seasonings
garlic seasoning
your choice of topping
Pizza sauce

Preheat oven to the temperature specified on outside of Pillsbury dough container.

Roll out the pizza dough and divide in half. On one half of each square put cheese, pizza seasonings, and your choice of toppings. Fold pizza half over half with toppings and close with a fork.

Bake calzones for 13-18 minutes until calzones are golden brown.

For outside of calzone melt butter in microwave and put garlic into melted butter and brush garlic on outside of calzone.

Put pizza sauce in individual cups for dipping and Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

*******Extra Info********
In my calzone I just had pepperoni and cheese and in DH's there was pepperoni, cheese, and banana peppers. Both of use thought bacon would be good in one of these calzones.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Baked Ham!

I am about 3 weeks behind on this post, but here it is nonetheless!

For Sunday night football, I made baked ham. This is one of the easiest things I have ever made. It makes quite a bit so we had enough for leftovers.

Baked Ham:
Pre-cooked ham (choose whatever size works best for your family)
Brown Sugar

Pre-heat oven to the temperature stated on outside of ham. Put ham on foil lined pan. Make slits across the top of ham and stick cloves all over the top.

For glaze:
Mix equal amount of honey and mustard and 1T of brown sugar. Stir until mixed completely.

Bake ham for time stated on outside of ham. 20 minutes before the ham is complete, add glaze to the ham. Once the ham is finished cooking, remove cloves and slice down.

When we had this I also made mac n cheese and green beans. Try it on a cool day this fall, it is a wonderful and filling meal.