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Title Buffalo Chicken Stromboli 
Preparation time 3 hours 
Servings 6-8 
Ingredients 1 lb chicken breast or chicken tenders
1-2 cup buttermilk
1/2-1 cup hot sauce (Frank's Red Hot)
2 tablespoons worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon red wine vinegar
1-2 tablespoon butter
Pizza dough recipe from previous page
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (blue cheese is a great addition)
1 cup flour, seasoned
cornmeal, for dusting
2 tablespoons italian seasoning
peanut oil or vegetable oil, for frying
egg wash (1 egg and a few tablespoons of water beat together) 
Method Have pizza dough ready and punched down at least once.

Cut chicken into 1/2 inch pieces. Place in sealed container with buttermilk for at least two hours.

Season flour with spices of choice. Salt, pepper, cayenne, paprika, mustard...

Remove chicken from buttermilk and dredge in flour. This is easiest if you do 5 or so pieces at a time and place them on a plate. Once you have 15 or so coated with flour, place them in hot oil. Coat the next batch while the first cooks. When finished cooking, place pieces on a cookie rack or paper towel on plate.

Combine hot sauce, vinegar, worscestershire sauce and butter in a sauce pan. Heat through to incorporate. Remove from heat and place fried chicken pieces into the sauce turning to coat all pieces.

Roll dough out on surface covered with cornmeal. Form into a rough rectangle, approximately 20 to 24 inches wide by 10 to 12 inches high.

Layer shredded cheese leaving a 1 inch border. On top of the cheese, place the chicken pieces. Paint the 1 inch border with egg wash and then roll together. I curve my stromboli to fit a round pizza stone. Paint the entire stromboli with the rest of the egg wash and sprinkle italian seasoning on top. Slit top in a few locations to allow steam to excape. A fork works as well.

Bake for about 27 minutes at 415 degrees. 
Nutritional information  
Credit Original recipe was found on I have made changes to reflect personal taste, like using real dough which I feel makes a big difference. 
Posted by Tripper 
Posted on Thursday 02 October 2008 - 14:32:34