Two of the most delicious food groups combine to make cheese bread, and it’s amazing how different this simple meal can be! These 5 cheese sandwiches will make your mouth water. From a reef on a bacon and cheese roll, a bread boat filled with processed cheese and an egg to a simple pullapart bread with 4 ingredients, filled Turkish pide and a cheesy mozzarella and garlic bread, there is a cheese bread for every taste !
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You know these cheese and bacon rolls in the supermarket with the thick layer of cheese and bacon cubes? Do it yourself, but even better with cheese, bacon, and spring onions. These scrolls are crispy at the bottom, soft and fluffy on the inside. And you can’t stop at just one.
While we can’t travel overseas, take a trip to Georgia (in Europe) for this Georgian Khachapuri cheese bread. It is a boat-shaped, fluffy bread filled with delicious processed cheese and an egg over it. It is served with flatbread and you tear off some bread and dip it in the liquid egg yolk and melted cheese and scoop out the delicious filling with the bread!
This amazing hedgehog bread doesn’t require baking at all, just a shop that bought loaf, cheese, butter, vegemite, and a knife! It’s also interactive and so fun if you have friends or kids who like to share.
This recipe, though a few years old, is experiencing some revival when someone rediscovers it and shares it with friends. Then I get a whole bunch of messages saying how good it is! Making your own Turkish pide bread is a breeze and you just fill it with whatever you like.
I am somehow in love with this bread. So much so that I think I ate half of the loaf in the first session (I had soup in my defense, so it was a dip situation). There are balls of oozy mozzarella with garlic butter in the soft, pillow-like bread! Heaven on earth!
So tell me dear reader, which cheese bread did you like best? Did you make one of these recipes?
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