1 pkg. frozen loaf bread dough with three loaves
3 T. flour
1 1/2 lb. ground chuck, cooked completely
1 small pkg. pepperoni
1 pkg. sliced roast beef (in the lunch meat dept.)
1 pkg. sliced turkey
1 pkg. sliced ham
1 pkg. Genoa salami (optional)
9 slices cheddar cheese (we like sharp)
9 slices provolone cheese
9 slices Colby cheese
1 1/2 c. Parmesan cheese
Let frozen loaves rise according to package. Roll each loaf out flat in a rectangular shape (about 12 by 4 inches on 3 T. flour that is spread out on the surface. In the center of the dough (with an inch and a half-edge exposed all around), layer 8 oz. cooked hamburger, 9 sliced pepperoni, 3 slices Colby, 7-8 slices roast beef, 3 slices cheddar, 7-8 slices turkey, 5 slices salami, 3 slices provolone, 7-8 slices ham.
Fold dough over to cover the whole length of it–pinch it together carefully, trying not to have any holes in the dough covering. Pinch both ends together and fold once or twice.
Flip the roll over onto a greased cookie sheet. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese on top.
Repeat the above for the other two rolls (each with a separate cookie sheet). Let dough rise for one hour in warm oven (110 degrees).
Cook for 30-35 minutes at 350 degrees. Slice and serve with marinara sauce. Serves 15-20 people.
frozen loaf bread dough
Approximate Cost: $22.35