Friday, November 13, 2009

Holiday Recipe Swap...

Today I am joining Karri for her holiday recipe the icon on my sidebar to visit and get lots of recipes...
this is the area in my kitchen that I do my baking, I love making cupcakes and cookies for the kids...all from a box of course!!

This is a recipe that I have not named so feel free to call it what you want. It is so easy and is served cold, so its great to take to parties or classrooms...this recipe makes three loaves...two to take and one for your family to eat.

You will need...
one package of Bridgeford's frozen bread, three pack
one 16 ounce package of dry salami
one 16 0unce package of montery jack cheese
1/2 stick butter-melted
garlic powder-use to your taste
parmesan cheese
flour for rolling out dough
Preheat oven to 35o
first thaw bread, use instructions on back of package...when ready, roll out dough as shown...

line salami...

then put cheese on, you can grate it or slice it, whatever is easier...

then fold dough over and pinch and seal seam...

form a circle...I do this so if you want to give it as a gift without slicing it, it fits in those large cello bags, then tie with a ribbon and add a tag...

spread melted butter with garlic in it all over it, then sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Bake in preheated oven 350 for 20 to 30 mins till golden brown.

mmmmm, smells good. Let cool and keep those kids away.

when cool slice and they are ready to go. Put them on a plate or in a cute basket. You can add more ingredients to suit your taste...enjoy!!!


  1. Oh that looks delicious! I love salami that is a great recipe for anytime. Thank you so much for joining the recipe swap! I hope you have enjoyed looking at others recipes.

  2. Boy this looks so good. Would love to fix it.
    Just found your site and hope to come back again soon

  3. Your kitchen is adorable....I love it!

  4. Thanks for the great looks like something that I could handle (cooking is not my thing). I like the idea of giving as a gift.

  5. Ohhhh!!!!! Yum. What a great idea and so easy. It looks wonderful and I bet it tastes even better. Thank you so much for sharing..hope your weekend is a lovely one.

  6. Oohh Stefanie...
    You are a girl after my own heart. I love simple things, and this seems easy enough. It would be wonderful when the grandkids drop in on Sunday afternoon. I am going to have to try this one. Bridford makes the best dough don't they. I love that brand.

    Now I love this kitchen area. It is so precious. Lovin all the pink. I want that mixer. That is the one I need only in red for my kitchen. You work area is just so you. Thanks for sharing sweetie.

    Country hugs, Sherry

  7. First of all your baking area in your kitchen is charming Stefanie!

    I've had something similar to this and always wanted to know how to make it...thanks so much for the recipe!!

  8. This looks delicious, Stefanie!! It's like a huge sub sandwich!! I am going to have to check out the rest of the recipes too!

    Love your baking area. Pink!! I love it. And the pink Kitchenaid mixer...ooh la la!!


  9. I love that brand of bread dough...I will have to keep this recipe in mind. I love your baking area in your kitchen!

  10. This looks so yummy! The simplest things are sometimes the tastiest! Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

  11. Oh.. what a romantic kitchen, all in pink. Love it!!!

  12. love the idea of a recipe swap....and I love your baking area!

    that looks so good..I could eat the whole thing and blow my diet!!!

    Wanted to invite you to join a few blogger gals and I. I am hosting a Black Friday Flea market on my will run for 2 weeks~Nov.27th~Dec. 11th.

    I love your shop and hope you can join in.....details are on my main blog

  13. I so want your pink kitchen aid mixer!!! I have an almond one and I do love it but pink would have been better!! Love your baking area!

  14. Stephanie...fabulous recipe!! I'll be it tastes sure looks yummy!!
    Your kitchen is so so charming...I might even cook more if I had that delightful space to work in!! Enjoy your evening!! xOxO Nerina :)