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#1 Old 02-01-2015, 12:46 PM
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Ideas for pull-apart-bread?

Hi,
not being on facebook, I have just come across pull-apart-breads.
I mean the kind where you slice a whole loaf of bread crosswise not quite to the bottom and stuff the gaps with cheese (and ham).
Like in this picture:
http://cdn.lifesambrosia.com/wp-cont...d-1200x795.jpg

I would like to collect some other ideas for vegetarian versions, apart from the cheese-and-herb-version.

I thought about spiced zucchini, red pepper or eggplant, but am not sure if I would have to fry the vegetables before I stuff them into the bread or put them in raw.
Also, these are all the ideas I'd have for veggie-stuffings.

Perhaps you can supply me with some more?


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#2 Old 02-01-2015, 12:58 PM
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I think it would be best to use veggies that don't give off too much water. If you chopped stuff up small, I think you wouldn't have to pre-cook. I searched and found this recipe (use fakin bacon or those soy bacon bits). http://www.cooks.com/recipe/b26zd9kt...ndt-bread.html

I saw one where they used spinach and artichoke hearts which looked great too.
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#3 Old 02-01-2015, 01:18 PM
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Hummus.
mushroom pate
olive tapenade
a spinach/artichoke garlic dip made with a creamy cashew and tofu base
nut cheeses
Baba ganouse (sp)

vegan mayo mixed with nutritional yeast is one of my favorite cheesey sauces. I think veggies sliced very thinly like on a mandoline, with that drizzled over the cuts sounds great! OR a cashew based nut yeast sauce
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