Friday, January 19, 2007

Laidback Lunches - Stromboli

spinach and kale stromboli
spinach and kale stromboli with marinara sauce

You wake up at the crack of dawn. You wish you could luxuriate under the warm blankets for just a little while longer. You want to finish those dreamy happy thoughts that come to you in that half-asleep, half-awake state in the morning. You wish you could wake up to a sound other than the blaring ear-numbing shriek of the alarm. "Is it a weekend?", you wonder. "Did I forget to switch off the alarm last night? What day was yesterday? Please, let it have been a Friday, Please!!"

But no! It is not the weekend. you cannot lie there in bed! you have to wake up. It is a week day and a million things need to be done. For starters, there is school. You have to get them ready. If it wasn't for them, you could sleep in an extra half an hour. The thought is very tempting, and you slip into a little flashback...of the days before them. Days when you had that extra time in the morning for a leisurely cup of chai and the crossword. Days when you could linger in a hot shower forever...Days when.....You shake your head and try to brush those thoughts away. You shouldn't be thinking about them in such a negative way in the morning. "Shame on you, What kind of a Mom are you?", you chide yourself.

You have to wash them and get them ready for school. Some primping and prepping, a little tugging and tucking, a dab of this and a dab of that and finally they are ready! You pack them off with a flourish and rush to the stop to catch the bus. Of late they have been missing the school bus a little too frequently and you have had to drop them off at school. You fervently wish that today won't be such a day. You have a million errands to run and you don't want to make an extra stop at the school to drop them off. You break into a sprint just as the bus rounds the corner. You see them off on the school bus and heave a sigh of relief that the crazy rush of the morning is behind you.

The rest of the day goes by in a blur and before you know it, it is afternoon. They will be home soon. You anxiously await the return of the school bus. You find yourself wondering how they would have fared in school. Would they have been popular and in demand? or neglected and ignored? did you rise to the challenge as a mother? did you do well? would the others have passed judgement on them? commended you for your efforts?

With great anxiety you pounce on them when they get home and look at them with a critical eye. YES! they are clean as a whistle and licked clean! "'twas good Ma!" says your normally taciturn 11 year old and your heart starts to sing. You go into the kitchen and do a little happy jig.

The lunches you packed for the kids were a success! Your efforts in the morning were worth it. That 1/2 hour of sleep that you gave up was worth it! The kids loved their lunch and ate it all.

Well, what did you think I was going on about? I was talking about "lunch boxes" and life before "them". The kids??? Oh, compared to the trouble of making "kid approved school lunches", raising kids is a piece of cake!!

An extra half-hour of sleep? No problem! you will gladly give that up if the kids will eat their lunch. One whole hour? Ok, don't push it now!!

Here's a recipe for spinach & kale stromboli. Very nutritious with the greens and very yummy with the cheese. The filling is quite easy to prepare and you can make it the night before. In the morning, you just have to assemble and bake the stromboli. You can even bake the whole thing the night before and just pack it for lunch the next day and sleep in that extra half-hour :)

The basic idea was inspired by this recipe from Rachael Ray. I made the filling according to my preference.

stromboli stuffing stromboli before baking
Stromboli dough with filling

Ingredients:

1 can Pillsbury® Pizza Crust
3-4 generous handfuls of baby spinach leaves (or thawed frozen spinach)
3-4 medium kale leaves
1 small clove of garlic, chopped
3/4 cup of grated mozzarella cheese
1 heaped tsp pesto sauce (I used store bought)
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes (optional)
2 tsp parmesan cheese
salt and pepper to taste


Method:

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Farenheit.
  2. Boil water in a large pot.
  3. Add the kale leaves and once they wilt slightly, add the baby spinach leaves. If using frozen spinach, omit this step for the spinach. Thaw and squeeze out the extra water from the spinach and proceed to step 8.
  4. The spinach will wilt immediately.
  5. Remove the spinach and kale to a bowl of cold water with some ice cubes in it.
  6. Let cool slightly.
  7. Gently squeeze handfuls of the spinach and kale to remove all the water.
  8. Chop the greens finely.
  9. Add the finely chopped garlic, the pesto sauce, grated mozzarella cheese, chili flakes, 1 tsp of the parmesan cheese and salt and pepper to taste.
  10. Open the can and unroll the pre-made pizza dough.
  11. Cut the crust vertically down the center to get 2 long pieces
  12. Spread the filling down the long rectangle, leaving a little bit of a border around the edges
  13. Roll the crust from the long side to get 2 long logs.
  14. Press down lightly along the edge to seal well.
  15. With a sharp knife, make a few slits in the log.
  16. Sprinkle with the remaining parmesan cheese and again press a little bit to make the cheese adhere to the dough.
  17. Bake for 12 minutes or till the stromboli is golden brown.
  18. Cut into pieces of desired size. I did mine about 5 inches long.
  19. Serve with marinara sauce for dipping or pack for a tasty lunch.


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121 Comments:

At Fri Jan 19, 02:45:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't this a new post?
Anyway, good to see that u r back after a break. Great site, great recipe & great pics!

 
At Fri Jan 19, 04:26:00 PM 2007, Blogger archana said...

What a lovely photo,it is always refreshing to read your posts Saffron. Good to see you back.

 
At Fri Jan 19, 04:27:00 PM 2007, Blogger Amira said...

Wow this sounds good. i have been feeling inspired lately so maybe i wil try this for lunch this weekend?

 
At Fri Jan 19, 06:19:00 PM 2007, Blogger Pavani said...

That looks delicious SF. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

 
At Fri Jan 19, 06:22:00 PM 2007, Anonymous sailaja said...

Travails of mommy?!-:):) I can imagine how life's gonna be as my 4 yr old starts going to primary school... "kid-approved lunch boxes"!

Lovely picture, Saffron and nice recipe.

 
At Fri Jan 19, 08:50:00 PM 2007, Blogger Maheswari said...

Kid-approved lunch boxes ...errr...
getting scary ..my lil' one is only 2 and 1/2 years..Nice post to read.Glad to see your wonderful recipe and picture.

 
At Fri Jan 19, 09:57:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anita said...

A perfect snack for school lunch. 10/10!
And a good variation on the Pizza too!

 
At Sat Jan 20, 02:17:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Meena said...

Wonderfully written SF, you got me wondering there for a while! :)

 
At Sat Jan 20, 07:07:00 AM 2007, Blogger Asha said...

YUM!! Exceelent photos and those ingredints to go in the Strumboli!!Just divine!:))

 
At Sat Jan 20, 08:47:00 AM 2007, Anonymous shammi said...

May I have a piece for MY lunch PLEASE? :) Gorgeous photos as always (but that's a given).

 
At Sat Jan 20, 09:49:00 AM 2007, Blogger Meena Shivaram said...

hi SH,
I'm a great fan of your site. Shortly, I'll be starting my own blog too, you've been my inspiration. Thanks.
btw,stromboli looks yummy.. What is Kale ? I've never heard of them. Can you please tell me where I can find them.

Thanks a ton,
Meena

 
At Sat Jan 20, 11:32:00 AM 2007, Blogger Sheela said...

http://indianspicetrail.blogspot.com/

The stromboli looks great, packing lunches for my son is getting to be a big pain, he is tired of sandwiches, and I'm at my wits end racking up new lunch ideas.

 
At Sat Jan 20, 11:33:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Linda said...

Haha, saffron! Yes, I was thinking all along you meant "them" -- the lunchboxes ;)

Strombolis look great -- lovely lunch idea for kids of all ages! Thanks for sharing :)

 
At Sat Jan 20, 12:00:00 PM 2007, Blogger Lakshmik said...

This is a recipe I have never tried. But watched on Food TV. Thanks for simplifying the recipe for us.

 
At Sat Jan 20, 03:02:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Mythili said...

Well written !! Sometimes when I read your posts, adjectives fail me :(

I have only one word : KUDOS

Cheers
Mythili

 
At Sat Jan 20, 04:04:00 PM 2007, Blogger TRS said...

Good one!

 
At Sat Jan 20, 10:45:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Manisha said...

Every morning I try to convince my daughter how much she likes the hot lunch at school but it never works. And here you are packing gourmet lunches. Good thing she doesn't read your blog :-D

The stromboli sounds super and nutritious, too! I have some basil pesto that's begging to be used. Maybe I'll try it this weekend! This l-o-n-g weekend. Yup, she's off from school on Monday - again!

 
At Sun Jan 21, 01:22:00 AM 2007, Blogger Menu Today said...

Hi SH,
This dish is totally new to me. But it looks yummy. Thanks for sharing.

 
At Sun Jan 21, 06:41:00 AM 2007, Blogger Latha said...

Oh Saffron! Looks good even for us - not just for lunches but even for lazy dinner nights! A bowl of your minestrone soup before that and we would be all set!
Lovely recipe! Thanks you. I am always at wits end as to ideas for school lunches. I think my kids would love this. Will give it a shot soon.
Cheers
Latha

 
At Sun Jan 21, 05:08:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Lakshmiammal said...

I can understand the toil behind the 'kids approved lunches'. Stromboli looks so gud , no wonder your kids liked it!

 
At Sun Jan 21, 05:14:00 PM 2007, Blogger Sri said...

Stromboli looks delicious...Always love to read your post...It is really good to see you back.

 
At Sun Jan 21, 08:19:00 PM 2007, Blogger viji said...

Very nice presentation Saffron. Your photos are so nice. No doubt, some are tempted to use it without your knowledge. I love reading your post always. Viji

 
At Sun Jan 21, 09:01:00 PM 2007, Blogger HariPriya said...

wow...really it looks amazing...should give a try...thnx for posting such typical dishes...

 
At Mon Jan 22, 05:46:00 AM 2007, Blogger Krithika said...

kid-approved lunch boxes ??? can totally relate to it. what a lovely idea. will surely give this a try

 
At Mon Jan 22, 07:23:00 AM 2007, Blogger RP said...

Stromboli looks lovely! Sounds easy too...My kid likes to eat her food hot- now that is the biggest challenge for me when I pack her lunchbox.

 
At Mon Jan 22, 08:55:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Packing lunch for the kids is a big task and that too when we want it to be healthy, nutritious and tastier.

Vimala

 
At Mon Jan 22, 01:52:00 PM 2007, Blogger mandira said...

Saffron, good to see you blogging again - the kid certified stromboli is a definite on my list!

 
At Mon Jan 22, 02:11:00 PM 2007, Blogger Shn said...

That was another beautiful shot from u !

 
At Mon Jan 22, 03:02:00 PM 2007, Blogger Ultimate Foodie said...

Hi Saffron, a post from u at laaast :) i am overjoyed..hav been checking the blog for posts almost daily...and thanks a ton for the great lunch idea!

 
At Tue Jan 23, 05:03:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Saffron,
Can you pls post give the recipe for Sweet Sevai made with jaggery?
Thanks
Sumi

 
At Tue Jan 23, 02:14:00 PM 2007, Anonymous cassi said...

That was a great post. I understand the feeling, I have already panicked on preschool snack. Please an entire class! I can't even get my 3 1/2 year old to agree on anything for more than two days!

 
At Wed Jan 24, 12:39:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Coffee said...

You don't blog often, but when you do.... you do it with a bang!!!!

That looks surely delicious!!!!

www.mykhazanaofrecipes.wordpress.com

 
At Wed Jan 24, 08:32:00 PM 2007, Blogger Anjali said...

Saffron I just posted pix of something similar I did with cheese n chili still tweaking. The pictures are beautiful.

 
At Thu Jan 25, 02:11:00 AM 2007, Blogger Santhi said...

What a wonderful blog..i really love the way you write..I was in one of those "dont want to work but act busy" moods and hit upon your blog..and there I was sitting and laughing away to the amusement of everyone around me...:-)

 
At Thu Jan 25, 05:00:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

amazing

 
At Fri Jan 26, 11:50:00 AM 2007, Blogger Suja said...

Wow It looks mouth watering! Great pic, I am going to try this out tonight. I have all the ingredients.

Thanks for the great recipe

 
At Tue Jan 30, 08:10:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Hema said...

Now, now, you are scaring me! I better save this recipe for the future. Wonderful write-up as always.

 
At Wed Jan 31, 02:44:00 PM 2007, Blogger Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi ,
This is soo..good...Will surely give a try and let you know.I have tried the besan burfee can out very well asked my mom and sis also to prepare,HAve published in my blog too...Thanks for sharing such wonderful recipes.and giving a real treat to my eyes.

 
At Wed Jan 31, 05:55:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Seema said...

i have been enjoying your blog for a while now. I am always amazed at the professional look of all your images which is why i was surprised to find the "mooli parathas" image at another blog. Looks like she copied it from your site. It is at http://reshmarecipes.blogspot.com/
Just thought I would let u know.

 
At Fri Feb 02, 02:57:00 PM 2007, Blogger Meeta said...

Great recipe! I like the simplicity of it. Perfect for a quick dinner or a nice lunch box idea.

 
At Sun Feb 04, 11:02:00 AM 2007, Anonymous padmaja said...

HI
Ur blog is a visual treat for me. I love the way you write, beautiful snaps.

 
At Mon Feb 05, 01:09:00 PM 2007, Blogger Suja said...

I am fan of your recipes and your pictures. I tried it the same day i saw your positing and it turned out to be so easy and very yummy.
thanks a lot for the recipe.

Suja

 
At Tue Feb 06, 05:51:00 AM 2007, Blogger Inji Pennu said...

Saffron Hut, I have linked your post for a post of
mine
. Since it is not a food post, hope it is okay for you. Just let me know if you want me to remove it. Just confirming.

 
At Wed Feb 07, 01:24:00 AM 2007, Blogger Swathi said...

Saffron,
i stumbled upon ur blog n my my! i totally lurrrvvvvve ur fotos... awesome stuff.will keep coming back whenever I'm hungry :)

 
At Wed Feb 07, 12:34:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

An idle mom's brain is a gastronimical workshop.

 
At Wed Feb 07, 01:03:00 PM 2007, Blogger Sri said...

Hi, SH I was just browsing through and saw one of your kaande poha snaps posted on the following site. It says posted by Ketaki i don't know if its you but still thought to inform you about it.

http://www.ifood.tv/node/1497

 
At Sat Feb 10, 03:57:00 AM 2007, Blogger Mallugirl said...

the half hour is exactly what it takes to pack a lunch in the morning. thanks for a wonderful writeup and recipe. And yes, I do miss the days before that.:(

 
At Tue Feb 13, 01:26:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The receipe was awesome and I tried it too!!It came out really great..My 6yr old son just loved it!! Hope to see more such receipes..thanks a ton!!

 
At Wed Feb 14, 08:23:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been looking and looking everyday at this stromboli recipe and had to go to the store and get kale. The recipe was simple to make, no oil, no sauteing, just in boiling water and also using readymade pizza dough. Finally I made it this morning for my husband and my son. Super Duper delish ! I loved it too !. Great dish. Will try to sneak in spinach this way. Good job SH!!

Deepa

 
At Thu Feb 15, 02:03:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Jessica said...

Thats very nutritious and healthy..Stromboli's are a great idea!! Would love to try this out.It could be a great snack for a li'l older ones too...you can quickly grab a bite if ur in too hurry for something else!!Love your blog!!Cheers!Jessica

 
At Mon Feb 19, 12:20:00 PM 2007, Blogger Inji Pennu said...

Hi SH,

I have posted an
Event.

The protest will be on March 5th. Let us spread the word. Thanks a lot for your support.

 
At Tue Feb 20, 11:42:00 AM 2007, Blogger swapna said...

hi
nice picture.looks awesome.thanks for sahring..

 
At Thu Mar 01, 01:45:00 AM 2007, Blogger Margaret said...

Wow!!

 
At Thu Mar 01, 02:16:00 PM 2007, Blogger Chandrika said...

Saffron,

Long time no post?? Is everything fine? Missing your posts!

 
At Mon Mar 05, 11:22:00 PM 2007, Blogger Arundathi said...

Okay I absolutely LOVE your blog. Spent the past 2 hours poring over your recipes. Since I'm in India, I feel terrible that I can't make some of them (like the chipnchaat one - cant find scoop tostitos for sure!). But the photos are fabulous and you are completely Ingenious!
I've added SH to my blog roll. Thanks for being creative and not rolling out the same old indian nonsense!
Since you get so many comments, I'm not sure you'll even get to mine, but thought I'd try!

 
At Tue Mar 06, 11:57:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok so what actually IS stromboli?

indian recipes

 
At Tue Mar 13, 06:37:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Shomas,
Where are you? How is the back now?
Take care.

 
At Thu Mar 15, 06:38:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw your comment in Mahanadhi. Hope you are feeling better now. Take care. We miss your posts.(Take it slow)

-Nandini.

 
At Wed Mar 21, 02:31:00 PM 2007, Blogger Inji Pennu said...

Saffron, I have send you an email to your hotmail account. Yahoo has lifted your pictures too. Just email me back and we will discuss.

Inji

 
At Fri Mar 23, 11:10:00 AM 2007, Anonymous lory said...

une très belle recette!!

 
At Fri Mar 23, 11:44:00 AM 2007, Blogger leonine19 said...

so amazing, it looks so delicious!

 
At Mon Mar 26, 06:16:00 PM 2007, Anonymous renardgourmande said...

You really got me going here....I laughed so hard when I realized what you were really talking about! Well, one or the other....almost wish I had kids to prepare lunches for! Thinking about it, I have 2 big ones (spouse and collegue) I cook for everyday and I think these Stromboli will be "them-approved"! Thumbs up, both for the recipe and the story...

 
At Wed Mar 28, 07:29:00 PM 2007, Blogger Sandhya said...

Missssssssssssss you. Get well soon.

 
At Thu Mar 29, 12:07:00 AM 2007, Blogger Arundathi said...

where are you? lol - seems like i just discovered your blog, and then havent seen anything posted after stromboli! :) Hope you're well and hope to see you back blogging sooooon...

 
At Fri Apr 06, 11:59:00 AM 2007, Blogger Jeena said...

Hi Your food blog looks great and you have some lovely recipes, I will be back to visit you.

from
Jeena xx

visit jeenas blog for healthy recipes
updated daily !

 
At Wed Apr 11, 07:37:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

saffron hut..come back ..come back...where ever you are..we miss your posts :((..

-

Sudha

 
At Thu Apr 12, 04:38:00 AM 2007, Blogger alex said...

Is this it? said he, holding http://www.google.com up a strip of wet leather...

 
At Sat Apr 14, 06:30:00 AM 2007, Blogger Latha said...

Hi Saffron,

Happy Tamil New Year to you and your family. Hope all is well.

Cheers
Latha

 
At Tue Apr 17, 04:18:00 AM 2007, Blogger Bharathy. said...

I stumbled upon your blog lately from shaheen's...GREAT GOING...Congrats of being in 68th position from the TOP...Try to update at least twice a month...It will still shoot you in front...I am going to be your regular reader hereafter..Added you in my blog list as well.
Wanna learn lots of things from your INSPIRATIONAL BLOG...Will you help me???

 
At Tue Apr 24, 12:44:00 PM 2007, Blogger Vanishree's Corner said...

Hi,
I like your blog very much.
If you are interested in link exchange than please leave a comment on http://vanishreerajamarthandan.blogspot.com/
Happy Blogging :)

 
At Wed Apr 25, 01:28:00 PM 2007, Blogger Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi,
Ur Stromboli....looks YUMMY!... All ur recipe are looking great....I like ur blog very much...

 
At Wed Apr 25, 06:23:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shomaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas.... miss u....

 
At Tue May 01, 10:59:00 AM 2007, Anonymous dankos said...

This is just the most delicious looking thing I’ve seen in ages. I can’t wait to make it! Yum!

 
At Sun May 06, 12:33:00 AM 2007, Blogger zobars said...

Hi Saffron,
I came across your blog while blog hopping on Aayi's blog which I came across while I was looking for an eggless cake recipe. I must say that you make me proud to say that I am from India and I am so proud that one of my fellow Indians has such a wonderful blog. I am new to this blogging but I absolutely have fallen in love with your blog. You are totally awesome. I would love to try out all the recipes on your site. You made me smile tonight and I am sure I will have yummy dreams tonight. Thanks a billion again. You need to write your own cookbook.

 
At Sun May 06, 11:58:00 PM 2007, Blogger zobars said...

Hi SH,
How come your last post was in Jan. I would love to read more. Hope all is well. By the way which camera do you have ??

 
At Fri May 11, 07:34:00 AM 2007, Blogger ny said...

Your pictures look so great, inspiring others to try "recreating" the recipe. I am sure they taste even better! I enjoy reading your posts. They are wonderful...

 
At Sun May 20, 07:39:00 PM 2007, Blogger zobars said...

Where art Thou SH ?????????? :(

 
At Tue May 22, 08:17:00 PM 2007, Blogger valentina said...

These are gorgeous and delicious.

 
At Wed May 23, 03:06:00 PM 2007, Blogger zobars said...

still missing you saffronhut. please come back soooooooooon

 
At Sun May 27, 11:22:00 PM 2007, Blogger zobars said...

Hi Saffron, where are you. I miss your blog posts and even though I am new I still visit your site once its more than I can say for my own blog. Please come back to the world of blogging.

 
At Wed May 30, 12:25:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey - just when i have found your blog, you have gone and disappeared!

come back soon!

- d

 
At Thu May 31, 06:28:00 PM 2007, Blogger Kajal said...

Yummy!!!!!!!
After some time visit your blog but my eyes is forgot to blinking when I read and see your photo. Very nice presentation with excellent photo.
........(@U@)........

 
At Fri Jun 01, 03:50:00 AM 2007, Blogger Srivalli said...

The dish looks yummy. Great photos yo u have there.

 
At Thu Jun 07, 03:11:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey where are you? Everything OK
We miss you here

 
At Mon Jun 11, 12:58:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi saffron,
i love your site so much and have tried many of your receipes. miss u a lot. hope all is well.
come back soon.

cheers,
sreelata

 
At Tue Jun 12, 08:05:00 AM 2007, Blogger Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Wow wat a great dish....Love it...Nice and clear pictures....

 
At Tue Jun 12, 01:10:00 PM 2007, Blogger Kay said...

come back SF! I hope you are doing well.

 
At Wed Jun 13, 11:45:00 AM 2007, Blogger paran said...

Great site. I was looking for Badam Halwa recipe and ended up here. Will be trying it tonight :)

by the way I too am a great fan of "eeya chombu sathumudhu (rasam)". I have one with me and I use only that for cooking rasam.

please do resume posting ur recipes.

 
At Mon Jul 02, 12:30:00 AM 2007, Blogger Arundathi said...

Saffron, you've been tagged!

http://arundathi-rediscovery.blogspot.com/2007/06/random-facts.html

 
At Tue Jul 03, 09:29:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Miss your wonderful blog. Are you on a break or have you moved to some other site? Hope everything is OK at your end. Wishing you all the best.

 
At Fri Jul 06, 08:36:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where are you? Miss you loads...Hope everything is alright.You have been away for so long now.
Please at least drop a note here to let us know that all's well.

CM

 
At Fri Jul 13, 09:46:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is been a long time that I did not see any new posting from you on this blog. Please keep writing wonderfull receipes. See you soon thru your postings...

 
At Fri Jul 20, 12:13:00 AM 2007, Blogger SHANTI BHANU said...

oh my god what a site i never saw b4 thats so neat so grt....i was really very impressed when i was going thru one by one

 
At Tue Sep 25, 04:38:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Madhavi said...

I had never liked RR's recipes, but your variation sounds lovely! The picture is great too! BTW, can you pls let in yr secret on the camera that you use?

 
At Tue Sep 25, 07:04:00 PM 2007, Blogger Vatsa said...

I like this picture! Inspires me to try out this recipe!

I have included a link to your page on my new blog page! Trust it's ok with you. Just started my blog, with inspiration from all the lovely food bloggers!
Here is my page
http://delicaciesofindia.blogspot.com/

 
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At Thu Dec 06, 10:03:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Aastha said...

I tried this last night, but without the Kale. It turned out wonderful. As a college student, I need quick, healthy (or somewhat healthy :D), and easy to make dishes. This one fit all criterion. Approved by both boyfriend and roommate for once!! I know you're not currently blogging, but when you are back, I would love to see what other 'Laidback Lunches' you make in the morning for your kids.
THANK YOU SO MUCH! Boyfriend and roommate are banding together to make the Stromboli a daily thing!:D

 
At Wed Jan 09, 03:51:00 PM 2008, Anonymous Sorina said...

This looks so delicious. I am looking forward more posts from you!

 
At Sat Jan 19, 06:13:00 PM 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Madras Cuisine

 
At Wed Jan 23, 03:47:00 AM 2008, Blogger rv said...

can we make the crust instead of buying them from store? if yes, could you tell how to do that and freeze it for using the next day?thanks in advance:)

 
At Sat Mar 01, 07:59:00 AM 2008, Anonymous Hutoxi said...

The photograph does justice to the
pizza variation. Love it.

 
At Wed Mar 12, 09:01:00 AM 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

can we use this image for our pizza website????

 
At Fri Mar 21, 02:25:00 AM 2008, Blogger Edgar Dantas said...

hey nice blog and really nice recipe
with regards
edgar dantas
www.gadgetworld.co.in

 
At Sun Oct 19, 03:12:00 PM 2008, Anonymous Krithi said...

Hey Saffron
I just came across your blog today and wow.. all your receipes are delicious.. I loved the Stromboli.. I have kids who just started full-day school this september and I relate with your 'Kid approved Lunch Box' - I will surely try this one out... Do you have more Kid-friendly receipes in your bag? Pls post them too... It would be a great help.. Yours is one blog I will frequent.. Thanks a lot..

 
At Wed Feb 04, 09:26:00 AM 2009, Blogger Pritya said...

Hi Saffron, your Stromboli looks yummy and like a true labour of love. Enjoyed reading the post…he he…cheers!

 
At Mon Apr 13, 06:21:00 AM 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
thanks.. i had a dinner for 4..your stromboli was a winner..
i love them..thanks..

 
At Tue Jul 07, 02:22:00 AM 2009, Blogger jaya said...

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At Mon Aug 17, 09:25:00 PM 2009, Blogger Several tips said...

Very good blog.

 
At Wed Jun 02, 02:13:00 PM 2010, Blogger Sayali said...

this is just great...omg how did i miss such a wonderful space of your..lovely blog

 
At Thu Aug 12, 09:58:00 PM 2010, Blogger jameswilliams said...

Hi

Nice post to read.!Well written !!What a lovely photo,and its Good to see you back.this sounds good.Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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At Tue Aug 17, 10:11:00 PM 2010, Blogger Robert said...

HI..!!
Very Nice Photos..

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At Tue Nov 02, 08:53:00 PM 2010, Blogger Turmericnspice said...

looks mouthwatering and wonderful...amazing click...captures it so well

 
At Tue Nov 02, 08:54:00 PM 2010, Blogger Turmericnspice said...

looks mouthwatering and wonderful...amazing click...captures it so well

 
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At Sat Dec 31, 03:06:00 AM 2011, Blogger Beergins said...

FunzMU Season 6 Good Update
http://www.Unitedmu.com (Europe host)
http://www.silvermu.com (USA host)
http://www.muonlinedk.com (Asia host)

- NEW MONSTERS
- NEW character RageFighter
- 3D MODE
- Good antihack (server&clientside)
- 65.000 stats (using proResets for Unitedmu & mudk)
- New Balanced PVP System
- Quality drops
- Balanced spots
- New Custom Sets drops
- GM Event
- Working Castle Siege
- No duplicated items - no bugs

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At Tue Apr 10, 08:35:00 AM 2012, Blogger Jay said...

Lovely stuff as always Saffron!
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At Mon May 14, 04:44:00 AM 2012, Blogger Arthur said...

Oh what a great recipe, thanks for this and they look so tasty!
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At Sun Jun 24, 08:39:00 AM 2012, Blogger kms said...

wow ..!!!!!

very nice recipe , it is looking like some thing i have to try today itself

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At Tue Dec 11, 02:10:00 AM 2012, Blogger Mollie Greene said...

Saffron is a costly condiment which enhances the flavor of food. Many fake sources are available for saffron sale. Buy saffron online from a trusted source only.

 
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At Sun Sep 22, 08:41:00 PM 2013, Blogger Andreh Agha said...

was searching for saffron related blogs, and your blogs are great, i also read some of the recipes, i also liked the Coconut Burfi Fudge,great job, i think i will enjoy drinking it with a hot tea. I wonder if i can add some drops of saffron to it as well.

 

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