Chicken Parmesan Stromboli


I found this recipe in a “chicken” themed cookbook shortly after Larry and were married and it has been one of our favorites ever since.  This is a really easy dish to bring as a meal to someone, and is “kid-friendly” as it can be cut into bite size pieces and eaten with your fingers…after dipping in the remaining “dipping sauce!”  Hope you all enjoy!


1 lb Boneless Chicken Breast

2 Cups Shredded Mozzerella Cheese  

1 Jar (28 ounces) Pasta Sauce

2 Tablespoons chopped fresh parsley (optional)

1 lb Fresh or Thawed Frozed Bread Dough (I normally just prepare 2 packages of pizza crust dough according to the directions on the package and use that instead.  The Kroger brand works very well and they are only about 50 cents per package)

2 Tablespoons grated Parmesan Cheese

Salt and Pepper to taste.


Preheat oven to 400 degrees

Cook the chicken beforehand and shred

Combine Chicken, mozzerella cheese, 1 cup of the sauce, parmesan cheese, and the parsley; set aside.

Press or roll the dough out to form a 12X10 inch rectangle.

Arrange the chicken mixture down the center of the dough.

Cover the filling, bringing one side into center and overlapping with the other side; pinch the seam to seal. 

Fold in the ends as well and pinch them to seal.

Arrange the loaf on a baking pan, seam side down. 

Gently press in sides to shape the loaf.

Bake 30 mins. or until cooked and golden.

Heat remaining pasta sauce and serve with the Stromboli.


2 Responses to “Chicken Parmesan Stromboli”

  1. charlotteembry Says:

    I remember when you brought this when Kimberlyn was born. I’m so excited to try making it for my family!

  2. Jenny Grusy Says:

    I think we had these at your house once and they were delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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