Adapted from an old Quick Cooking. A great bread to serve with a soup meal. I have also used the thin crust boboli with success. Leave off the cheddar and after baking top with fresh grated romano and you can almost image you are eating Chicago Oven Grinders Mediterranean Bread!
This is my mom's recipe. She used to make these all the time when I was a child and they would barely get out of the oven before everyone dug in. I've made them for my family and my in-laws, and I always get a ton of compliments. I've seen other recipes on here (but they all use pudding or ice cream), but this truly is a SIMPLE recipe.
These are easy and quick. They only take about one hour after the dough is thawed. Then fill them with your favorite thick soup, chowder, chili, or stew. It will be fun to tear away the bread as you eat your soup and the two go great together. They will be good on a cool night. The time below does not include the thawing of the bread. One hint: To make the handling of the bread easier, make sure the bread has completely thawed but has not started to rise. You may also need to reshape the rounds after a few minutes on the cups by gently pushing the dough down and shaping as needed.
A local deli/restaurant serves cream soups in a bread bowl that is delicious! Found this recipe for the bread bowl on the Aldi website. I plan on trying it with beef stew. I think it would be great for Superbowl parties too. Give each person their own little bread bowl filled with Rotel dip. Hope it's as good as the ones at the deli!
I got this recipe from the Internet it is so easy and soooooo good. I let them rise in the oven with just the oven light on then just before they have fininished rising I remove them & preheat the oven. They will keep for a couple of days but I like them fresh fresh. They freeze well
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