This bread machine calzone dough recipe allows you to create delicious cheesy calzones at home. The bread machine does all of the hard work (such as mixing the ingredients & kneading the dough). The time below covers the prep and bread machine time needed to make calzone dough. It does not cover the time needed to bake the calzones (since this is a recipe for calzone dough). Visit BreadDad.com for more easy bread machine recipes.
Remove the bread pan from your unplugged bread machine.
Add the water, olive oil and then the rest of the ingredients into the bread pan. You can make a little indent on top of the flour in order to avoid the yeast falling into the water (until the machine starts). Do not combine the salt with the yeast (as the salt can kill the yeast). Place the yeast & salt in separate parts of the bread pan.
Place the bread pan (with ingredients) back into the bread machine and then plug in the machine.
Put your machine on the Dough setting and press the start button. In our Sunbeam bread machine, the kneading & rising on the dough setting takes about approximately 1:30 hours.
When your bread machine has finished, unplug the machine & pour the dough onto a cutting board. Wear oven mitts (as the bread pan/bread machine may be hot). Sprinkle some flour on the cutting board (before you pour the dough) in order to avoid the dough sticking to the cutting board.
Divide the dough into two equal-sized balls (if you want to create two larger calzones) or four equal-sized balls (if want to create four smaller calzones).
With a rolling pin, roll out each ball of calzone dough into a round or oval shape. The depth of the rolled out dough should be roughly 1/4 inch thick.
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