A savory turnover made with pizza dough, folded over itself, and then baked or fried. Traditional stuffing for calzone involves the use of tomatoes, mozzarella or fresh ricotta, and salami. The types of stuffing vary in different Italian regions.
A stuffed pizza, folded over and baked, like a Cornish pasty. A calzone is usually made as a single serving.
kal-ZOH-nay, kahl-SOH-neh] Originating in Naples, calzone is a stuffed pizza that resembles a large turnover. It is usually made as an individual serving. The fillings can be various meats, vegetables or cheese; mozzarella is the cheese used most frequently. Calzones can be deep-fried or brushed with olive oil and baked.
a basically a folded over pizza
an italian turnover made of pizza dough and stuffed with mozzarella cheese, and sometimes also
a turnover or pocket made with pizza dough and filled with veggies, cheese, and pretty much anything else you put on pizza
flaky pastry envelope with minced chicken, meat or fish, and vegetables
A savory turnover made with pizza dough. Traditionally stuffed with tomatoes, mozzarella, fresh ricotta, and/or meat, then folded, and baked or fried.
A half-moon shaped pizza turnover, often served with sauce over the top rather than inside.
A pizza that's folded in half and baked so that the...
A calzone, sometimes referred to as a stuffed pizza, is an Italian turnover made of pizza dough and stuffed with cheese (usually mozzarella cheese and Ricotta, but some varieties contain Parmesan, Provolone, or a locally substituted cheese), meat, vegetables, et cetera. The dough is folded over, sealed on one edge, baked (or occasionally deep-fried), and often served with marinara sauce (a sauce based on tomatoes and basil) or bolognese sauce (a meat sauce).