New to the MoneyRep: Cooking with the Credit Union!

[ 0 ] November 19, 2015 |

Terri CookingHello! My name is Terri Ommen and I am the Plastic Card Coordinator here at the Credit Union and I love to cook!  Every quarter, we hold an internal IAACU “Quarterly Food Day,” which is just a glorified way to say that we have a potluck lunch. We think that over the years, we have had some really spectacular dishes. Since we put our members first in everything we do, it would make sense that we share the food with you guys, too.

Since we can’t ship the food to you, we decided you can at least have these great recipes. That way you can feel connected to us in more ways than just as your preferred financial institution (because let’s be honest – we’re much more than that!)

Every month, we will be posting a new recipe for your enjoyment. We encourage you to try the recipes and comment on the posting! Let us know how it went and whether you enjoyed it as much as we did! For our first posting, Tracy, our Senior Loan Servicing Representative, has given us her Stromboli recipe. Enjoy!

-Terri

 

Tracy McNamara

Sr. Loan Servicing RepresentativeTracy Cooking

This sandwich goes great with a hot bowl of soup on a chilly night! I have made this for tailgating parties and it always gets rave reviews.

Stromboli

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Ingredients:

  • 1 frozen bread dough
  • 1/4 lb. of ham
  • 1/4 lb. of salami
  • 1/4 lb. of provolone
  • 1/4 lb. of mozzarella
  • Italian & garlic spices, garlic powder, onion powder, pepper, parsley

Directions:

Prepare frozen bread dough by coating with oil. Place on greased cookie sheet in refrigerator to thaw overnight. Roll dough flat using flour to keep from sticking. Layer ½ the meat and cheese (lengthwise) into layers alternating the above ingredients. Sprinkle seasoning inside of crust. Fold over and pinch sides closed so they are well sealed. Spread a little more oil over dough, sprinkle more seasoning and bake at 425 degrees for 15-17 minutes.

Terri’s 2 Cents:

  • You can substitute any kind of lunch meat or cheese. Try a Turkey, Bacon, Ranch Stromboli or add pizza sauce for a Pizza Stromboli.
  • Instead of taking the dough out the night before, take it out before you go to work. Thaw in the refrigerator during the day and make the Stromboli a weeknight dinner.

 

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