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Barbecue or Oven Baked Pizza Bread

Barbecue or Oven Baked Pizza Bread created by MA HIKER

Easy to make pizza bread starting with a loaf of French bread or you could also use kaiser rolls or other bakery buns. Great for lunch or dinner, or cut into smaller slices for appetizers. You can bake it in the oven, or cook the hamburger first and make it on the barbecue. You can change the seasonings to taste and add other favorite pizza toppings if you like. Times given are for the oven method. Additional time is required to cook the hamburger for the barbecue method.

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  • FOR THE OVEN:

  • Cut the loaf of French bread in half lengthwise. Place both halves on a greased baking sheet.
  • Combine uncooked beef, tomato paste, sugar, olives, Parmesan cheese, chives, salt, oregano and pepper.
  • Spread mixture to the edges of the cut surfaces of the bread.
  • Bake uncovered in preheated 350 degree Fahrenheit oven for 25 minutes or until meat is well done.
  • Top with mozzarella or cheddar cheese; return to oven for 5 minutes or until cheese melts.
  • Cut into thick slices to serve.
  • FOR THE BARBECUE:

  • Precook the hamburger; drain excess grease. Combine cooked meat with the remaining ingredients, including grated cheese.
  • Spread the cooked meat mixture over the cut surfaces of the bread.
  • Wrap each half in heavy-duty foil and heat until warm and cheeses are melted.
  • Cut into thick slices to serve.
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"Easy to make pizza bread starting with a loaf of French bread or you could also use kaiser rolls or other bakery buns. Great for lunch or dinner, or cut into smaller slices for appetizers. You can bake it in the oven, or cook the hamburger first and make it on the barbecue. You can change the seasonings to taste and add other favorite pizza toppings if you like. Times given are for the oven method. Additional time is required to cook the hamburger for the barbecue method."
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  1. weekend cooker
    Nice little treat tonight. To be honest, I wanted to replace the olives, but went with it, just to be fair, anyways well received by everyone here. Used cheddar cheese, brown sugar and dried chives with this.
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  2. Noo8820
    This made for a quick and easy Saturday night treat.<br/>I used fresh baked panini rolls from my favourite bakery, and they worked really well. I also threw in a little garlic powder and a few chilli flakes into the meat mixture...delicious!<br/>Thumbs up for this. Made for PRMR.
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  3. WI Cheesehead
    All the kids loved this. It was a little different, cooking the ground turkey in the oven. It came out really thick and hearty. I used Italian, mushrooms on one side instead of olives, dried minced onions (wanted to use green onions, but was too lazy!) and cheddar cheese. Might try cooking the meat first next time to see how it compares. My pepperoni lover wants pepperoni on top next time! :)
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  4. WI Cheesehead
    All the kids loved this. It was a little different, cooking the ground turkey in the oven. It came out really thick and hearty. I used Italian, mushrooms on one side instead of olives, dried minced onions (wanted to use green onions, but was too lazy!) and cheddar cheese. Might try cooking the meat first next time to see how it compares. My pepperoni lover wants pepperoni on top next time! :)
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  5. MA HIKER
    Barbecue or Oven Baked Pizza Bread Created by MA HIKER
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