Meatball Calzone Recipe

Try this twist on a meatball sandwich for a tasty, gourmet-meets-street-food appetizer.


| April 2013


In his meatball cookbook, Jez Felwick brings a delicious combination of flavors from the street to your home, all made with free-range meat and quality ingredients, bursting with flavor and served with fresh-tasting sauces and sides. The Meatball Cookbook: Great Balls of Fire (Mitchell Beazley, 2013) is Felwick’s collection culminated from his experience as “The Bowler,” a well-known gourmet food cart vendor in London. He gives more than 70 “ballistic” ideas, including original sauces, sides and salads, plus the following excerpt, a recipe for a meatball calzone appetizer.   

You can buy this book from the GRIT store: The Meatball Cookbook: Great Balls of Fire.

More meatball recipes:

Pork Meatballs Recipe With Fennel
Real Mayonnaise Recipe
Spicy Coleslaw Recipe
Salmon Meatballs Recipe With Sesame Seeds and Wasabi   

In their own words, “Homeslice is the love child of three men with a passion for making and eating wood-fired pizza.” I met this Kiwi threesome early on in Bowler life. Hugging their homemade wood-fired-oven-cum-trailer is a great way to keep warm on a cold evening. Their pizzas are stunning—light with a crisp base—and I’m thrilled they’ve shared a little doughy delight here.



“Homeslice” Meatball Calzone Recipe 

Preparation time 25 minutes, plus resting. Cooking time 15 minutes. 

1 cup warm water
2 tablespoons soft brown sugar
2 teaspoons baker’s active dried yeast
5 cups bread flour
1 heaped tablespoon sea salt (Maldon sea salt recommended)
1/2 cup butter, melted
6–7 cooked Bowler meatballs and sauce of your choice
freshly grated mozzarella cheese
sliced scallions 







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