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Quick Fix: 15-Minute French Bread Stuffed with Bacon, Onion, and Swiss Cheese

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Coming to you just in time for brunch, lunch, or dinner is the quickest and easiest little pocket of yummy goodness you’ll ever make.  Are you ready for a super-stuffed, lip-smacking, finger-licking, good-time bread ?Step 3: Bake only long enough to brown the top and melt the cheese | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.comOn one occasion, I took this bread to a potluck party. Step 1: French Bread stuffed with Swiss Cheese | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.comBy the end of the evening, there were plenty of dishes with food remaining.  But, not mine.  My dish was practically licked clean.Step 2: Frost the bread with the onion and bacon mixture | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.comAnd, more men were asking for the recipe than women.Step 3: Bake only long enough to brown the top and melt the cheese | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.comYea, it’s true.  Men like bacon.Step 4: Pull the cheesy, gooey bread into pieces | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.comAnd gooey cheese….with onions…..dripping in butter.Step 4: Squeeze all that baked yummy goodness into a tidy little finger sammich | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject

15-Minute French Bread Stuffed with Bacon, Onion, and Swiss Cheese
Serves 6
Bacon, onion, butter, and spices are stuffed between cheese-lined French bread slices and baked.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. 12 bacon slices (cooked and crumbled)
  2. 1 stick butter
  3. 1 medium onion (finely chopped)
  4. 2 tablespoons worcestershire sauce
  5. 3 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard
  6. 1/2 pound Swiss cheese (sliced)
  7. 1 French bread loaf (sliced)
Instructions
  1. Cook bacon until about 3/4 done, then remove and crumble.
  2. While bacon cooks, sautee onion in worcestershire sauce, mustard, and butter.
  3. Cut cheese slices so that a piece fits between each French loaf slice.
  4. Stuff a piece of cheese between each French bread slice.
  5. Crumble the cooked bacon and add to the onion-butter mixture.
  6. Stuff the bacon-onion-butter mixture between each French bread slice.
  7. Bake at 400 degrees for about 5 minutes.
  8. To serve: Allow to slightly cool, pull pieces apart, fold, and eat like a mini-sandwich.
Notes
  1. The number of Swiss cheese slices that can be made from the 1/2 pound depends on how thick each slice is made. Thinly sliced cheese can sometimes be reduced to 1/4 pound.
  2. If you find the Swiss cheese is too gooey, try smokey provolone. It's totally awesome, too.
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Well, honestly, who doesn’t?

And, a great “go-with” for the bread is a bowl of fire-roasted tomato soup. (recipe link)Creamy Fire Roasted Tomato Soup with Pepper Jack Cheese | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.comIt’s great for slurpin’ and great for dippin’.

At least, that’s what my guys say.

French Bread Stuffed with Bacon, Onion, and Swiss Cheese

Creamy Fire-Roasted Tomato Soup with Pepper Jack Cheese | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

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