|Pizza Pocket or Spice Worm? You Decide.|
For an America's Test Kitchen recipe, it was surprisingly easy to make. Starting out with a pop-tube of refrigerated pizza dough, you layer on provolone, salami, capocollo, roasted red peppers and shredded Parmesan. Then you roll it up in a tube, pinch the ends shut, brush the top with some beaten egg, and sprinkle with a little coarse salt and sesame seeds. Bake, slice, and eat hot out of oven with a side of marinara. Then open your mouth like a beached grouper, and wave your hands uselessly in front of your piehole while sucking air because the molten cheese has melded itself to the roof of your mouth and given you 3rd degree stromboli burns the length and breadth of your soft palate.
Next time, I'll use a lean ham instead of the capocollo to make it a bit less greasy. For ease of preparation and sheer nummy goodness I give it...