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Pampered Chef: Stuffed Breads

  1. jj16

    jj16 Member Gold Member

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    Can anyone tell me anything about stuffed breads. I heard something about it and did a search under recipes on here and also on the PC Website but can't find anything. I'd like to try it but I'm not exactly sure what they're talking about. The closest thing I've found is the stuffed calzone. Any suggestions?

    Thanks.

    Judy:confused::)
     
    Jun 18, 2009
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  2. Mel92504

    Mel92504 Member Gold Member

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    are you thinking the rings & braids maybe? I know that everyone of those I've had are delicious!
     
    Jun 18, 2009
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  3. chefann

    chefann Legend Member Gold Member

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    There was a Pizza Twist and several variations on it several years ago. I think one variation is in the All The Best cookbook. They use 2 loaves of Pillsbury Italian bread, cut like a hot dog bun BEFORE baking, filled, then closed up and twisted together. A couple of the variations included a "bistro" version with chicken and roasted red peppers, and a cheeseburger version with ground beef, cheese, mustard and ketchup.

    If you don't like the refrigerated dough, you can substitute 1-lb. frozen dough loaves, thawed and risen, although the finished product will be larger (since the Pillsbury loaves are only 12 oz.).
     
    Jun 18, 2009
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  4. doughmama

    doughmama Advanced Member Silver Member

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    you can find a lot of recipes and how to make them in the "all the best" recipe book.

    broccoli chicken braid - I'm making this tonight for a show after I make the 30 minute chicken.

    spinach artichoke braid
     
    Jun 18, 2009
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  5. jj16

    jj16 Member Gold Member

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    Yes I was thinking of the rings and braids can you do these in the large bar pan or does it need to be the round stone?
     
    Jun 18, 2009
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  6. cookin to the top

    cookin to the top Member Gold Member

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    I've done them in a bar pan- the presentation isn't quite as nice as a round stone, but it works!
     
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