With a crispy, golden-brown crust and savory, cheesy filling, stromboli is the epitome of crowd-pleasing Italian fare. To fill tonight’s delicious take, we’re combining a sauté of mushrooms and spinach with a duo of cheeses: creamy ricotta and melty mozzarella. A simple, garlicky tomato sauce perfectly cuts through the stromboli’s richness. (Chefs, draining the tomatoes before cooking them is a quick way to ensure a thick, flavorful sauce.)
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