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Bread Bowls with Chili

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Bread Bowls with Chili
  • Prep Time 15 min
  • Total Time 45 min
  • Servings 2
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Bread Bowls with Chili

Now you can have your bowl and eat it too.

Ingredients

3
sprigs fresh thyme, leaves removed
2
sprigs fresh oregano, leaves removed
1
teaspoon garlic salt
1
(13.2 ounce) tube Pillsbury™ Simply...™ refrigerated rustic French bread
2
(18 ounce) cans Progresso™ High Fiber 3-Bean Chili with Beef
2
tablespoons crumbled or shredded cheese
2
tablespoons fresh parsley (for garnish)

Directions

  • 1 Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • 2 Finely chop the fresh herbs.
  • 3 Pull the bread from the tube and roll it into a ball. Add the herbs and garlic salt; knead well to mix everything together. Using a pastry cutter, divide the ball in half. Roll out the smaller balls into 8-inch circles (roughly).
  • 4 Turn two oven-safe bowls upside down and lightly grease the bottoms and sides. (Cooking spray or oil is fine.) Lay the dough over each bowl and manipulate it so it's even and snug on the bowls. Lightly brush with oil. Place the two bowls on a baking sheet and slide into the oven for about 20 minutes, or until golden brown.
  • 5 Let rest for 5 minutes, and then pull the bread bowls off of the real bowls. Flip bread bowls over and fill with hot Progresso™ chili. Garnish with parsley and cheese. Serve immediately!
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Step By Step  

Chili Bread Bowls

As prepared by Bev Cooks,

Edible Bowls. Oh! EDIBOWLS.


This is pretty much a dream come true for me. A BOWL you can EAT. A carbolicious vehicle for hot chili straight into my mouth. Honk honk.

I wonder if I could make bread glasses. Or bread forks. Ooooor bread sofas. Bread tables and chairs. Ooooh bread cloooothes. OMG if I open a bread store would you be my customer? WE COULD FRANCHISE.

Hello?

Grab some Pillsbury Simply Rustic French bread, a couple cans of Progresso chili, some herbs, garlic salt, parsley and cheese!

Ingredients for chili bread bowls.

Give your herbs a good mince. They're so pretty, aren't they?

Chopped herbs.

Now, take the Pillsbury French bread and roll it into a ball.

Pillsbury Simply Rustic French Bread dough.

Add the minced herbs and garlic salt! Like all sprinkly on top.

Add minced herbs and garlic to the bread dough.

Mix and knead the salt and herbs into the dough, then divide the ball in half, making two smaller balls. Roll 'em out!

Knead the salt and herbs into the dough.

Now, find a couple of bowls that would fit your bread bowls. You don't want them too too big. Brush the bottoms and sides with a little oil.

Find two bowls for molds.

Then place the dough over the bowl and snuggle them to the bowls, making them as even as you can all the way around. Mine weren't perfect, but I've healed since.

Mold bread dough around bowls.

Bake them for about 20 minutes, let cool, flip them over and fill with piping hot Progresso chili!

Bake for 20 minutes, invert and cool.

Oh, and garnish with some good crumbled or shredded cheese and fresh parsley!

Garnish with crumbled cheese and herbs.

I'm seriously going to make bread furniture.



*Bev will sell the bread furniture to you! If she doesn't eat it first. For more musings, visit her blog at Bev Cooks and her Tablespoon profile.
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Tips  

Expert Tips

Don't allow soup to sit in bread bowls before serving. Fill bread bowls and serve immediately so bottom of bowl doesn't get soggy.

Nutrition Information 

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
763.8
Daily Value
Total Fat
12.8g
20%
(
Saturated Fat
3.4g
17%
)
Cholesterol
7.3mg
2%
Sodium
1167.7mg
49%
Total Carbohydrate
141.9g
47%
(
Dietary Fiber
14.8g
59%
,
Sugars
27.7g
)
Protein
28.0g
Daily Value*:
Vitamin C
1234.20%
1234%
Calcium
32.50%
32%
Iron
64.30%
64%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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