Stuffed French Bread

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If you are looking for a fun food to make, try out this Stuffed French Bread recipe from Life In The Lofthouse. With all of the great recipes out there, it can be hard to choose which ones to try. You might choose your recipes according to the flavours, or perhaps the ingredients, or you might choose the recipes you make according to their level of difficulty to prepare. When we don't have a lot of time, preparing recipes that require a lot of patience and time may not be an option. But then there are of course, those days when we feel like making something a little extra special so we set the time aside to make a new recipe we have never tried before. This stuffed french bread is a yummy new recipe to try out and it would be one of those easy party appetizer recipes or lunch recipes that you could pull out whenever you need something delicious but simple to prepare. This recipe doesn't take very much time to prepare at all and when its done, you simply cut them into several pieces so they serve up as sandwiches, ready to feed a crew of people.

Easy party appetizer recipes like this one would be great to serve for any type of gathering or even to bring to a potluck so everyone could enjoy a taste of this delicious stuffed bread. Usually we see a lot of stuffed items as appetizers, dishes like stuffed mushrooms or stuffed peppers. There are of course stuffed potato recipes as well which everyone really enjoys. For this recipe you have the option to purchase a fresh loaf of french bread from your local bakery to save some time, or, you can bake your own homemade bread to enjoy with this recipe. Baking homemade bread can become a skill that you learn over time, and you can really come to enjoy it. When you are baking bread there are some things that you can learn along the way that will help you to make the best homemade bread you can have. One thing people sometimes forget is that you can add in more flour if your bread dough is too thin, just add it slowly. Another tool that can help you make the best bread is to weigh out your ingredients instead of measuring them. Since baking can be an exact science with certain recipes, it can help to weigh out the ingredients in your recipe so you know the precise amount. Different types and brands of flour weigh different amounts which can change the outcome of the loaf of bread. But for this recipe, whether you bake your own loaf of bread or bake your own bread, it will be equally as delicious.You could make this recipe into a vegetarian or vegan option by substituting the meat with roasted vegetables or a vegetarian meat substitute. A big thank you to Holly from Life In The Lofthouse for this awesome recipe. For more fun food to make, check out the other recipes on her website.***

Nutrition Facts for: Stuffed French Bread from Life In The Lofthouse
Ingredients: French bread, lean ground beef, onion, celery, garlic, cream of mushroom soup, milk, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, cheddar cheese, parsley.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 370, Calories from Fat 161, Total Fat 17.9g 28%, Saturated Fat 8.7g 44%, Cholesterol 98mg 33%, Sodium 738mg 31%, Potassium 422mg 12%, Carbohydrates 17.7g 6%, Dietary Fiber 0.9g 4%, Sugars 2.8g, Protein 33.0g, Vitamin A 7%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 26%, Iron 89%

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