Simple & Delicious Vegetarian Stromboli


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Vegetarian Stromboli Recipe

When I first saw the words “stromboli recipe” in a magazine, I didn’t know what it was. It looked beautiful but sounded very fancy and difficult to make it at home. I went through the recipe and surprisingly found out that it was very easy to make in fact! Phew! glad that I did not skip such an easy stromboli recipe!

So what is this stromboli? How did it get it’s name? It’s basically a rolled pizza with a fancy name! So if you now how to make a pizza, which I’m sure even a kid can do it if the pizza dough is ready, you can make this stromboli pizza. The story behind the name is interesting. It seems the person who first made it named it after a movie called “Stromboli”!

Now getting back to the recipe, the original was not a vegetarian stromboli recipe. It had meat in it and I have made some changes to make this a veggie stromboli.

I used store bought refrigerated pizza dough to make this stromboli. This really saves a lot of time. It is as easy as just spreading the dough and topping it with the vegetables and cheese and rolling it up like you would roll a cake roll. Nothing difficult at all.

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Vegetarian Stromboli Recipe

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Simple & Delicious Vegetarian Stromboli
5.0 from 8 reviews
Want to make homemade stromboli? Follow this easy recipe for vegetarian stromboli and it will be in ready in no time. Kids will also have fun making this veggie stromboli. Use any vegetables of your choice or whatever is at home to make this. It’s that easy!
Ingredients:
  • 1 Cup Sliced Asparagus (Approximately 10-12 Spears)
  • 1 Cup Yellow Peeper, Diced (1 Medium Size)
  • 2 Seeded And Chopped Plum Tomatoes (I Used 1/4 Cup Of Crushed Tomatoes Instead)
  • 1 Clove Minced Garlic (I Used 2 Cloves)
  • 1 Teaspoon Olive Oil
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  • As Needed Italian Seasoning
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Pepper (Not Mentioned In The Original Recipe)
  • 1 Refrigerated Pizza Tube (I Used Pillsburry Pizza Crust)
  • 1 Cup Shredded Italian Blend Cheese (I Used Part Skim Pizza Blend Cheese)
Vegetarian Stromboli Ingredients
Procedure:
Here is the step by step recipe for Vegetarian Strombolis:

  1. Heat oven to 400F/200C for 15 minutes.
  2. In a glass bowl, combine asparagus, peepers, tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, salt, Italian seasoning and pepper.
  3. Combine all ingredients
  4. Mix them well and here is how it looks:
  5. Mix all ingredients well
  6. Cover and microwave for 4 minutes, stirring once in the middle. Let cool 5 minutes. Drain off excess liquid. (But I did not have any excess liquid)
  7. Unroll pizza dough onto baking sheet and shape into a rectangle.
  8. Unroll pizza dough
  9. Place half of cheese onto bottom third of dough along its length.
  10. Add cheese
  11. Spread veggie filling onto cheese.
  12. Spread veggie mix
  13. Top with remaining cheese.
  14. Top more cheese
  15. Roll up to shape stromboli (into a log).
  16. Roll up
    Roll all the way
    Final Stromboli dough
  17. Bake for 25 minutes.
  18. Baked Asparagus and Pepper Stromboli
  19. Let cool 5 minutes before slicing and serving.
  20. Cut into slices
Taste:
  1. I got around 23 pieces for this measurement. My husband and I loved it. A different twist to the regular pizza.
My Notes:
  1. This was a bit salty, so you may want to increase the amount of pepper if you want it spicy.
  2. I suggest to cool the baked Stromboli even for 10 minutes, so that slicing will not be difficult and you will also get neat slices.
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Veggie Stromboli by Yamuna

I was surprised and thrilled when my friend Dee, sent me a mail telling that her friend Yamuna is a regular visitor to my blog and she has tried this Stromboli Recipe and has sent a picture of it, telling that it has become her family’s favorite.  The slices have come out perfectly.  Thank you very much dear Yamuna.  You really made my day!

This recipe was updated & republished from 2008 archives.


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44 COMMENTS

  1. Hello! Your recipe looks yum!
    I’d like to try it but Pilsbury Pizza crust is not available here. Im from Mumbai. Could you suggest an alternative please?
    Also can it be a little less crispy?
    Awaiting your reply!
    Thank you soo much in advance!!

    • Some of these crusts and other products are actually vegan, Deeann. You can check the list of such products in PETA’s website.

  2. Hi
    I made this yesterday.I did find it hard to work with the Pizza crust..it had a tendency to tear.
    I made quite some changes to the recipe
    I added chopped onions,olives and pesto.I somehow missed out the part about microwaving the veggies and draining the liquid(I guess I was too busy drooling at your pictures!)So some parts got a bit soggy but it tasted great.I cut it into chunks and it was all devoured by my kids and hubby.I served it with Butternut squash and lima bean soup from the Holycow vegan blog.Next time I may skip the onions and tomatoes-maybe they release too much of their juices.I am going to add spring onion greens instead.This is a great recipe and I will definitely make it many more times. 🙂

    Yes Geetha, the pizza dough has to be handled carefully. Thanks for giving it a try.

  3. Nice recipe, will have to try it. Do you think I can substitute with other veggies like zucchini, brocoli, frozen corn or spinach? I am not a fan of asparagus. Can you cook the mixture on the stove top instead of the microwave? Thank You.

    You could use any vegetable you like and cooking on stove top is fine too. I too hadn’t tasted asparagus before preparing this dish, so I was sort of reluctant. After tasting it I didn’t find it bad at all.

  4. Hi Madhuram,

    I loved your stromboli with asparagus and pepper. Of course when you think of the permutations and combinations. Sky is the limit!

    regards, Shoba

  5. Hi Madhu, really nice recipe. Where can I find Pillsbury pizza crust? is it a ready dough?

    Yes it’s ready-made pizza dough and is available in the refrigerator section next to butter and cheese in any chain of supermarkets.

  6. […] top of baked vegetable dishes. And in soups. Try this Bread Soup, from Twin Tables. Or a vegetarian Stromboli, from Madhuran’s Eggless […]

  7. Ok, I’ve been reading food blogs for 2 months now, and this one gets my ranking of # ONE. I am not exaggerating. I am so excited to find this. Pictures, instructions – amazing. I love the Notes section. I like the explanations – it’s natually pleasing to me. Why did I not encounter this site earlier?!!! And with a son who’s allergic to eggs, this’s such a great find for me!!!! –Deepa

  8. beautiful madhu!! good job, i am very much impressed…the pics are all beautiful, now i cant rest until i make it! 😉

    come over, i have something for u on my blog!

  9. Looks Delicious. Wow. I am certainly going to make this post it on my blog 🙂 BTW, your hands look very nice 🙂 Just a girly talk 🙂

  10. Asha, yes slicing was a bit tricky.

    Priya, thank you for subscribing to my emails. Did you get my email? Did you check the junk folder?

    Sukanya, I’ve not tasted stromboli before. This is the first time I tried and it tasted very good.

    Cham, me too. I was having doubts about the combination, but it worked out well.

    Anjali, hope your daughter would like it. My toddler did not like it as much as he enjoys the regular pizza.

    Jayashree, Hetal, Kamala thank you very much. Let me know how it turns out.

    Anila, how are you? First pre heat the oven for around 10 minutes and then place the stromboli in a baking(cookie) sheet and keep the oven on for another 20-25 minutes.

    Arundathi, HappyCook thank you very much for your appreciation. Arundathi, I got the recipe from Parents magazine and I just omitted the meat.

    Bee, Mansi, Vani yes of course we can come up with different types of filling.

    Uma, thank you very much dear. Congrats on the award and thanks for passing it to me.

    Mona your welcome.

    Ranji, make it for him, he will definitely like it. So will you?

    RedChillies, I’m also not a big fan of asparagus. But anyway I tried this one and it was good. But that said, I think we can come up with different types of stuffing.

    Dee, thank you. Bet he will like it. Hope the bread also comes out well.

    Lakshmi, welcome to my blog. I’m a huge fan of your blog.

    Sia, thank you very much. Now I will go and check out the spinach stromboli.

    Kalai, it tasted very good. Do try it.

    Laavanya, yes it’s definitely perfect for entertaining.

  11. that looks like pure heaven madhu… i ahve seen spincah stromboli at saffron hut’s blog and since then i wanted to try it at home. now u have come up with another delicious recipe.

  12. i’ve been looking to visit your blog for a few days now. finally got around to browsing through your recipes.

    this looks and sounds very simple – bookmarked for the weekend.

  13. i love stromboli Madhu , love urs , K loves anything that has asparagus , Im bookmarking this to make it sometime next week , btw baked the almond bread ,cooling it still , looks great though!

  14. hi madhu…
    my hubby is sitting beside me and forcing me to make this:)..it is really delicious and tempting….
    I have prepared something with grits ..will post it tomo..made it completely vegetarian so that u will like it :)…have a gr8 day.

  15. that’s such a neat idea for astromboli filling Madhu! I am so groing to try it, and there’s no end to filling variations! thanks so much for sharing it with us at MM! 😀

  16. Looks yummy.i have a question. After the oven is preheated to 400 degrees,should we leave the oven on for the 25 minutes when the Stromboli is being cooked? Should i also use a baking sheet or is it OK to put the dough directly on the baking tray.

    Thanks,
    Anila.

  17. Very creative use of Asparagus.
    I love trying non-Indian vegetables (like, asparagus, celery, artichoke) but hardly know any good, Indianized recipes to use them 🙂
    Loved this Stromboli. With summer vacations coming up ( and my daughter demanding for different kind of food) this would be a nice recipe to try. Great for picnics too.

  18. Hi…
    Stromboli look so good. I had it once in a pastry shop. But never tried it. Loved to try ur version. YUM!…. 😛

  19. YUM! I love cheese and Pepperoni Strombolis. Asparagus and veggies looks great too. Yeah, always have to cut them, hate that part! 😆

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