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Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

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Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl
  • Prep Time 25 min
  • Total Time 1 hr 15 min
  • Servings 8
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Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

A fun clover-shaped bread bowl filled with creamy white chicken chili.

Ingredients

3
tubes Pillsbury™ refrigerated French loaf
1
egg
1
teaspoon water
1-2 bags Progresso™ Southwest Style White Chicken Chili with Beans
Cilantro, optional garnish

Directions

  • 1 Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  • 2 Line a baking pan with non-stick aluminum foil or parchment paper. Unroll one French Bread dough onto the pan.
  • 3 Whisk together the egg and water. Brush a thin layer of the egg wash over the unrolled dough.
  • 4 Open the other two tubes of bread. Stretch and roll each log of dough until it has a little more than doubled in length.
  • 5 Cut one log of dough in half. Set the pieces of dough onto egg washed dough in the shape of a shamrock. Cut around the shamrock, removing the excess dough.
  • 6 Bake for 30-32 minutes, until deep golden brown.
  • 7 Remove from oven and allow to cool for 15 minutes.
  • 8 Cut out a well in the leaves of the shamrock, leaving an inch of bread around the edges and bottom of each leaf. Remove excess bread.
  • 9 Heat Progresso Chili according to package instructions. Fill bread bowl with chili, garnish with cilantro, if using, and serve. Alternatively, you can also fill the bread bowl with the chili and heat it in the oven for about 20 minutes.
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Celebrate St. Patty's day with a clover-shaped bread bowl with white chicken chili inside.

As prepared by Hungry Happenings,

Bowls are boring. Bread bowls shaped like clover are the best! 

St. Patrick's Day may not be an occasion for a party for most people, but making a festive dinner is a fun way to celebrate. Surprise your people by serving a shamrock-shaped bread bowl filled with Progresso™ Southwest Style White Chicken Chili with Beans. Using Pillsbury™ French Bread dough makes creating this special holiday meal easy and quick.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

To create your shamrock bread bowl you'll need three tubes of Pillsbury™ French Bread Dough. Start by unrolling one tube of dough onto a non-stick, aluminum foil-lined baking sheet.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Brush a thin layer of the egg wash over the unrolled dough. This will act as a glue to hold your shaped bread bowl together.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Open the other two tubes of bread. Stretch and roll each log of dough until it has stretched to a little more than double the length.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Cut one log of dough in half. Set the pieces of dough onto the egg washed dough in the shape of a shamrock. Start by shaping the top leaf, then the two on either side of it.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Cut around the shamrock, removing the excess dough.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Brush egg wash over the entire shamrock.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Bake for 30-32 minutes until deep golden brown. Remove from oven and allow to cool for 15 minutes.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Cut out a well in the leaves of the shamrock, leaving an inch of bread around the edges and bottom of each leaf. Remove excess bread.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Heat Progresso™ chili according to package instructions. Fill bread bowl with chili, garnish with cilantro, if using, and serve.

Alternatively, you can also fill the bread bowl with the chili and heat it in the oven for about 20 minutes.

 

Clover-Shaped Bread Bowl

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

Beth happily spends her days creating fun food and handmade chocolate and enjoys sharing step-by-step tutorials with her readers on her blog Hungry Happenings. Be sure to check out her profile to see all the other festive foods she's made for Tablespoon.com.

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