Sausage-Stuffed French Loaf

Sausage-Stuffed French Loaf

"When my family first tried this sandwich loaf, they suggested I include it as part of our annual New Year's Day celebration. It tastes great with homemade soup."
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40 m servings
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Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. Cut a thin slice off the top of the bread. Hollow out bottom half, leaving a 1/4-in. shell. In a food processor or blender, process bread crumbs until coarse; set aside 1 cup. (Discard remaining crumbs or save for another use.) In a skillet, brown beef, sausage and onion; drain. Stir in reserved crumbs, cheese, egg, parsley, mustard, pepper, salt and fennel; mix well. Spoon into bread shell; replace bred top. Place on a large sheet of heavy-duty foil. In a small saucepan, melt butter; add garlic and cook for 1 minute. Brush over tops and sides of loaf. Seal the foil. Bake at 400 degrees F for 20 minutes or until cheese is melted.

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I've been cheating. I've been using a lot of wonderful recipes on this site, and never take the time to share my reviews. Well, this one did it. Had two loaves of french bread left over from ...

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This was ok, but it didn't have the wow taste I was hoping for. Pretty bland, even when we dipped them in homemade marinara sauce.

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I've been cheating. I've been using a lot of wonderful recipes on this site, and never take the time to share my reviews. Well, this one did it. Had two loaves of french bread left over from ...

This is delicious, if a bit time consuming. Also, it dirties several dishes but it does turn out to be worth it. I forgot about the reviews suggesting marinara sauce; I do think it would be go...

Skipped the ground beef & used a whole lb of bulk pork sausage (HOT!!! - or mild & add crushed red pepper flakes), also added caraway seed. Stuffed the mix into hollowed out Schwans prebaked fro...

It was pretty good. Husband said it could be a 5 star, but he's not sure what to change to make it that way! To me there was an overwhelming flavor of mustard, though the husband didn't notice t...

Really yummy. I left out the onion, sausage and fennel. Added in ketchup, worchestire, italian seasoning, garlic powder, thyme and red pepper flakes. You can really change this recipe up any way...

This is like a recipe from one of my Southern Living cookbooks. The only difference in that recipe, is you cut of the ends of the loaf and cut out the insides using a long serrated bread knife....

This recipe is fabulous!!!! I used smoked sausage (casing removed and broken up) instead of bulk and I added fresh mushrooms while browning the meat. I didn't have any fennel so I left that out!...

It won rave reviews. The only request was for a side of Marinara. I agree. I also found that tearing the bread instead of food processing was sufficient. The portions could be increaded as t...

Great sandwich...I did add tomato paste and xtra garlic.

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