Holiday Breads (Sausage, Meat, or Spinach)

Sausage Bread & Meat Bread

Sausage Bread:  2 lbs of ground sausage meat.  1/2 pound of sliced sharp provolone cheese.  2 Refrigerated Pillsbury French Bread Dough.  Brown sausage meat in frying pan.  Lightly grease baking pan, unroll french bread and flatten out dough with rolling pin.  Line bread with sliced sharp provolone cheese.  Sprinkle browned sausage meat over cheese.  Roll bread and tuck in sides.  Brush top of bread with egg whites.  Cook until golden brown at 375 degrees F for about 30 minutes or until golden brown.  Makes 2.

Meat Bread:  1/2 pound of ham, 1/2 pound of salami, 1/2 pound of sliced sharp provolone cheese, 2 Refrigerated Pillsbury French Bread Dough.   Lightly grease pan, unroll french bread and flatten out dough with rolling pin.  Line bread with sliced sharp provolone cheese, then place a layer of ham on top of cheese, and finally, a layer of salami on top of ham.  Roll bread and tuck in sides.  Brush top of bread with egg whites.  Cook until golden brown at 375 degrees F for about 30 minutes or until golden brown.  Makes 2.

Spinach Bread:  2 packages of Frozen Creamed Spinach, 1/2 pound of sliced sharp provolone cheese, 2 Refrigerated Pillsbury French Bread Dough.  Lightly grease pan, unroll french bread and flatten out dough with rolling pin.  Microwave frozen creamed spinach.  Line bread with sliced sharp provolone cheese then spread creamed spinach on top of cheese.  Roll bread and tuck in sides.  Brush top of bread with egg whites.  Cook until golden brown at 375 degrees F for about 30 minutes or until golden brown.  Makes 2.

Theresa Dodaro is the author of The Tin Box Trilogy.  http://www.theresadodaro.com

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