Here is the recipe for the calzone I made last night. I changed it so much from the recipe I started with that I think I can officially call it mine. :)
~1 1/2-2c Mozz
~1 1/2c Ricotta (I used the skim)
Mix these two together.
~3/4c Ham-I used the sliced sandwich kind, cut into little squares
~1c Italian sausage-sliced thin.
(You can substitute any ingredients you wish---peppers, sausage, etc)
Pizza crust in the can. I used Pillsbury brand.
On a cookie sheet lined with the non-stick foil, sprayed with Pam, unroll pizza dough, using your hands "roll" out dough to cover most of the pan, it will be rectangle. You are trying to make it uniformly thin.
In the center third of the dough put down a solid layer of ham, and a layer of sausage. Stay about an inch or so away from the ends. Spread cheese mixture onto the top of ham and sausage. Add remaining ham and sausage to the top.
Take one side of the pizza dough and pull it up and over the ingredients, pinching ends to seal. Do the same with the other side and pinch ends together. You should now have a log.
Brush the top with olive oil and sprinkle with Italian seasoning.
Bake at 400 for 18-20 or until it is uniformly golden brown. Cover with foil if it starts to become too dark. :)
Serve with Marinara or Pizza Sauce. :)