Cheesey Bread
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Cheesey Bread
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:13:07 AM. Recipe ID 41391. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Cheesey bread
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
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  Mem weekend I went to a "pig out" party where we ate and watched the
  Watsonville Antique Fly-in from a house on top of a hill overlooking
  the whole area - it was great - the host provided the chicken,
  sausages and tri-tip while everyone had to BYOB & something else to
  eat - I made my regular taco salad - all the food was great, but one
  item really stood out ~ cheesy bread
  On a baking tray (covered with foil to make a 'nest' for the bread).
  1 loaf (round) sour dough bread - sliced cross-hatch down almost all
  the way, top to bottom leaving about 1/2 inch in tact (don't cut it
  all the way through) Monterey Jack cheese - cut in slices then placed
  in all the bread slices so all the bread slices are filled. 1/2 cup
  melted butter poured over the top. 1 pkg good seasons [new] Roasted
  Garlic dressing (original recipe called for Italian) sprinkled over
  the top to the cheese/bread/butter.
  Bake in 350 oven 15 minutes or until the cheese has melted.
  Serve warm.
  I know, this isn't really "hot" as CHers like it, but picutre this
  with Hot Pepper Jack, or your own concoction of peppers placed in the
  slices with the bread . . . now you get the idea - I tried it with
  some dried Jalapeno (like the crushed red pepper type seasoning only
  better) and it was delicious . . .
  Great with some red wine . . . 

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Recipe ID 41391 (Apr 03, 2005)

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