My daughter and I found out in May 2011 that we are Gluten Intolerant. Basically we can not have anything that contains wheat, malt, barley, rye or oats. Since then I have been working on finding recipes that my husband and son will enjoy but that are safe for my daughter and I. I also have been going through my recipes and trying to turn family favorites into a safe dish. This is one that can be made with a regular bread roll. Just thaw, roll out and the make according to the below directions. For you Gluten Free folks, I find the Chebe Chedder Roll mix works best.
Stuffed Bread Loaf
What you need:
- 1 package of Chebe Cheese bread mix
- 2 tbsp oil
- 2 lg eggs
- 1/4 cup water
- 8 slices (more or less can be used) roast beef
- Colby Jack cheese
- BBQ Sauce
- 1 egg beaten
- Parmesan cheese
Preheat oven to 375
In a mixing bowl prepare the dough for the Chebe bread according to the packing instructions minus the cheese. (You can skip this step and just use a thawed bread dough for a regular recipe)
Roll out dough in a 12X8 rectangle and lay the roast beef out on top
Take about 1/2 cup BBQ (remember use more or less to what your family likes) and spread on top of the Roast Beef, then top with Colby Jack Cheese (approx 1 cup)
Brush edges with egg. Starting with the long edges fold over one side to cover half the roast beef then fold the other have over to form a “roll”
Then take the ends and fold towards the middle to close off the ends.
Flip the loaf over onto a greased baking pan. Brush the whole thing with egg and cut 3 slits to vent the inside. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese
|not the greatest picture I know- I brushed off some of the cheese on one end|
Bake for 25-30 minutes or until a golden brown. Let sit for approx 5 minutes, cut and serve.
The filling combination is endless so you can really make this your own and have something different each time. Some of our favorite combos are : Ham/Mayo/Cheddar, Roast Beef/Mayo/Provalone, Chicken/Spaghetti Sauce (or pizza sauce)/mozz cheese, or Beef/spaghetti sauce/mozz cheese. I guess you can say this is a calzone for the family! Play with the bake times, the more you put in there the longer it may take.
About Me: My name is Kandi and I am the owner/writer for the blog Gluten Free for Jen. I started blogging in Dec 2011 to keep me busy while my husband was out of town training (for 6months) for his new job. I wanted to teach people about Celiac and Gluten Intolerance as well as share some family favorites. You will find that my blog is a very versatile blog covering anything family/kid friendly, recipes, some crafts, some photography and just the over all craziness of our lives.