Saturday, January 2, 2010

Olive, Onion and Cheese Bread

Just a new and successful recipe I tried for the holidays.

Olive, Onion and Cheese Bread


1/2 cup softened butter (1 cube)
1/2 cup mayonaise (I used light)

Stir in-gently

8 green onions-sliced
1 can (8 oz.) mushrooms stems and pieces-chopped finer
1 can (4 1/2 oz.) chopped olives (I used sliced)
2 cups grated mozzarella cheese
(Filling can be made ahead, but bring to room temp. before using.)

Split 1 loaf of unsliced french bread length wise. Now frost the bread halves with your cheese filling.
Bake @ 375* for 15-20 mins. Or until melted and lightly browned. Cool about 5 mins. and then cut into slices.

On New Year's Eve Doug and I went to Macey's Grocery Store to pick up our
6 FOOT SANDWICH! (An annual tradition unless New Year's Eve fall on a Sunday.) Anyway, they were demoing this recipe. It was not ready to be sampled, yet, but it sounded right. So, we picked up a few things.
It was easy and good. Problems? "I want a piece with no olives." "EWW. Mushrooms?" "I don't like onions." Everyone else liked it. To make this a bit more festive for Christmas, I will add some finely chopped red peppers. Enjoy. This one gets copied into my cookbook. (More about the rest of the new ones later.)

I will do my drawing on Monday when I blog. (Each picture will be assigned a number, and one of the kidults will pick a # out of a bowl.) Good Luck, Super Followers!

1 comment:

Zion And Missy said...

Yummy, this recipe looks good...and easy! I will have to try it this week and let you know how it turns out. Thanks for my birthday wish on my blog! It was a great birthday! So sad your kids can't be in the drawing, too. :(

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