"Cheeseburger-Stuffed" French Bread
photo by eabeler
- Ready In:
- Cook hamburger and onion, drain grease.
- Add soup and spices, simmer 5-10 minutes.
- Meanwhile, slice top third off bread, hollow out bottom half of loaf, leaving a 3/4-inch shell, save bread chunks, or feed to the birds!
- Spread top slice of bread (cut side), with butter.
- Place hollowed out bread on cookie sheet and broil till lightly browned.
- Take out of oven and fill with meat mixture, top with cheese slices.
- Place buttered top next to it, put back in oven at 350º; bake till heated through and top is toasted a little.
- Put the top on, slice into wide slices for sandwiches, about 4-5 inches wide.
- 4-6 servings.
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This was okay. I loved how easy and quick it was to prepare, but my family said they preferred the tangier flavor of homemade sloppy joes. My favorite part of this recipe was how the sandwich was put together and served. I guess we aren't a fan of canned tomato soup mixed with ground beef and little else...kind of bland and boring. A note of caution, let this sandwich cool for a bit before biting into it. When this comes out of the oven, the filling is volcanic!
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My entire family LOVED this for dinner. I had to make two and it's a good thing I did. I did not have any Velveeta so I used 8 ounces of Kraft Singles and I also used ground turkey in place of the beef. This is one of the best things I have made lately, and what is even more of a surprise is the fact that it tastes delicious the next day COLD!! I will be making this very often, thank you.
Mmmmmm Mmmmmm! Delicious! I made this for supper as part of your cook-a-thon and we really enjoyed it. I used a multigrain bread instead of french bread. I had some leftover mushrooms that I added to my piece (I'm the only one who likes them) and it was my own personal mushroom topped cheeseburger. Thanks for sharing this recipe and get better soon :)
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