Saturday, March 31, 2012

My Own Take Of Bread Bowl Dish

This is what we had for dinner last night and it was absolutely my own concoction. I didn't know what in the world to do, but I thought maybe I'd make something like a chicken pot pie, but instead stuff it in the bread bowl.

You'll need: 
-- Bread bowl
-- Chicken breast
-- Onions & Garlic
-- Vegetables
-- Cheese (Parmesan or Mozzarella)

For Bechamel or White Sauce:
-- Butter
-- Flour
-- Milk

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Cut the top of the bread and scoop the meat out. Be careful not to poke a hole on the bottom or the sides of the bread so it won't leak. Brush it with melted butter, then stick it in the oven just for a little bit until it turns light brown. Remove from the oven and set aside.

2. Save those breadcrumbs as you will mix some of those in the stuffing. 

3. Chop up the vegetables of your choice. I only had canned mushrooms, potatoes, celery and broccoli available so that's what I use. If you have some carrots, then add some carrots.

4. Chop up your chicken breast into small bite size pieces. Brown up your chicken first, then add the onions, garlic, and the vegetables.

5. While doing that, make your white sauce with butter, flour and milk and whisk until the sauce is thicken. Add some cheese. The only cheese I had left was mozzarella so that's what I had. Grated Parmesan cheese would be great as well.

6. Once the chicken and veggies are done, dump them all in the white sauce and mix up. Now it's time to add some of those breadcrumbs into the mix. Save the rest of them and turn them into homemade breadcrumbs. Place them into a baking sheet, stick in the oven until it is brown and you have yourself some breadcrumbs.

Leftover breadcrumbs

7. Now it's time to stuff the bread bowl and top it with cheese. Stick in the oven and wait until it browns up. 

8. You don't need to leave it in the oven for that long as everything's already cooked. You only need to melt and brown up the cheese into ooey-gooey goodness. There you have it! Enjoy!


  1. Yummy :) Thanks for dropping by my blog. Have a great weekend :)

  2. good thing u got those bread bowl. or u dont know what to do. lol. bili nga din ako nyan tapos gawa din ako nito. look so yummy kc! love the cheese on top. =)

    from FTF! thanks for ur visit sis!

  3. This bread bowl looks delicious, very cool!

  4. THat looks so yummy MOmmy Adin! I am drooling right now! I've had lots of this last Christmas at church from people who bring them for the potluck. I hope to make one soon, mangita sa ko ug bread bowl. Lol.

    BPC hop! :)

  5. Wow sis, this is making me drool lol. Thanks for joining Color Connection!

  6. wow, looks nutritious. i wanna try kaso i dunno if bread bowl is available here :)
    have a happy sunday.

  7. that looks very delish Momi Adin :-) great job and thank you for the recipe :-) Dropping by for BPC.

  8. I'll try this..Never made one before.. Thank's:)

    Visiting for happiness- hope you can stop by:)

  9. Visiting again for Color Connection- hope you can stop by:)

  10. looks very delish Momi Adin :-) makes me drool :-) Dropping by from FTF

  11. oh,my golly! this looks really really yummy mamiAdin! I've been thinking of making this for a long time...hope I can make some soon!

    thanks for joining BPC!

  12. That looks yum! Thanks for this wonderful idea, Adin. I ran out of ideas to cook too, so this is something I definitely can resort to one of these days :)

    Here for FTF.

  13. Oh Adin! Thanks for linking up to Happiness Is :) First time mo, yay! Hope to see you more on my meme ^^ I'm just doing my rounds now, and no, you weren't late, because linky tool opens up on Fridays EST and closes on Tuesdays EST :)

  14. so delish Momi Adin :-) Dropping by from CC.

  15. Oh You are such a good cook! Your household is so blessed to have you! I hope that's can learn more in cooking. I'm married and I want my husband to taste some new recipe naman. Thanks for sharing and welcome to happiness is!

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  16. Adin, you are definitely a much better cook than I am, so maybe you'll have more luck with Kinmount eggsperiment. Plus, with lots of hens, you'll have lots of eggs to crack din :D I don't think a blow torch was used to cook the egg whites, because the host said he cooked it in the oven. Haayyy. I really regret not asking our host how he cooked it, because now I can't stop thinking about it. LOL. Let me know how your eggsperiment goes when you do it, ha? ;) Thanks!

  17. that looks so delish Momi a new recipe is one happiness to share with. Dropping by from Happiness Is :-)

  18. wow, that looks so delicious...thanks for sharing your recipe, i hope i can try making one sometime soon. visiting from FTF, hope to see you around. thanks and have a great week. :)

  19. reminds me again that i need to try this soon...:) visiting late from last week's happiness is...hope you can visit me back. thanks and have a great week. :)


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