Sausage and Mozzarella Calzone

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This sausage and mozzarella calzone taunts me. Firstly, it simply needed to be sitting on top of an “economical leaves” take a trip publication, advising me that summertime getaway + travel + swimwear season are all hiding around the corner.

The ridiculing continues when I will cut in to enjoy my very first bite (see big damage in top), I recognize it the calzone is smiling at me.

Smirking is more like it.

Sausage and mozzarella calzone on a white plate on top of magazines.

Naturally, I strike back with a speedy slice down the middle.

Let’s see who’s smiling now.

Sausage and mozzarella calzones on a white plate.

That’s what I believed.

However then, when I believed this plot was over, I discover that this completely tacky meal is protruding his tacky tongue at me.

Sausage and mozzarella calzones on a white plate on top of magazines.

And I managed it.

Sausage and mozzarella calzones on a white plate.


I think about that a fight won. Fellow cheese, sausage, and white bread fans, get your forks and join me. AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Sausage and mozzarella calzones on a white plate.

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Sausage and Mozzarella Calzone

Sausage and Mozzarella Calzone

5 from 3 evaluations


This incredibly simple sausage and mozzarella calzone just has 4 components and makes an ideal freezer meal! Amazing concept for lunch or supper.

Active Ingredients


  1. Defrost the dough. I defrosted mine for about 8 hours in the fridge. Then I took them out and let them increase once again for about an hour up until they were expanded.
  2. Brown the sausage. When cooled somewhat, combine with sauce and mozzarella.
  3. Cut each loaf in half. Roll it out and location about 1/4 -1/ 3 cup sausage mix in the middle of each calzone. Fold the tops over and pinch shut with a fork.
  4. Bake for about 12 minutes at 400 degrees, or wrap and freeze!


One serving is half of a calzone, and I would certainly suggest making the entire batch and after that freezing what you do not consume. I am thinking that if you freeze them, you might simply let them thaw for a couple of minutes when you are all set to bake, and after that bake at 400 degrees for closer to 20 minutes.

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