Savory Party Bread

Savory Party Bread

"'It's impossible to stop nibbling on warm pieces of this cheesy, oniony bread,' reports Kay Daly of Raleigh, North Carolina. 'The sliced loaf fans out for a fun presentation.'"
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30 m servings
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  1. Cut the bread lengthwise and crosswise without cutting through the bottom crust. Insert cheese between cuts. Combine butter, onions and poppy seeds; drizzle over the bread. Wrap in foil; place on a baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes. Unwrap; bake 10 minutes longer or until the cheese is melted.

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This recipe is awesome. I made it for a movie night with the girls, and I knew everyone else was bringing wine and cheese, and I wanted to bring something a little more substantial. This is de...

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I chose to used sliced pepper jack cheese and used minced garlic and a little onion powder in the butter mixture in place of the green onions. Otherwise followed as directed. The end result wa...

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This recipe is awesome. I made it for a movie night with the girls, and I knew everyone else was bringing wine and cheese, and I wanted to bring something a little more substantial. This is de...

This wasn't quite as easy to prepare as I envisioned, perhaps I used to hard of a bread. i had some difficulty "opening" the bread w/out ripping it apart. Although, I did try shredded cheese t...

Very good! Loved the flavor and tastes good reheated if you have leftovers. Shredded Monterey Jack might be easier to work with but still a great recipe!

I have prepared this Savory Party Bread twice now..took to a bbq and it was gone before I could snag a bite. The second time it replaced our popcorn during a lazy afternoon of video's. We LOVE...

This is a fabulous appetizer or soup accompaniment. I often substitute the Monterey Jack Cheese with Kassari or Asiago.Yummy!

Minus the cheese, I have been making this bread recipe for years to use with either my mom's hot veggie dip or my hot crab dip (I never used cheese before because cheese is in the dips). It dre...

This is a great snack, it works good with Hawian bread to.

Very good! And very pretty:) I do wonder if there is a better way to have guests eat this without getting their hands all messy and all over the bread though?

So good! My supermarket didn't have sourdough bread, so I used just a big loaf of bread (not sure what it was called. (Looked like a really wide Italian bread without sesame seeds). I would use ...

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