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Old 05-19-2014, 12:31 PM   #1
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Leftover Green Chili Bread ideas?

I made a few loaves of it yesterday. Just to see if my idea would work. Revamped a bread recipe to suit what I was looking for.
Unfortunately I had also made a large dinner to accompany it.Woke up thinking it would all be gone 1 loaf is still here. :(

It turned out perfectly.Everybody loved it. I've always like the Costco Jalapeno & Cheese bread but always thought it lacked on the side of heat. I fixed that.

These loaves, the heat slowly catches up with you.That was nice.
The big question now is what to do with it for snacks or otherwise?

All I can think of is Bruchetta's, Panninni's.
Doubt PB&J would be a good idea.

Any other ideas?

Thank you
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Old 05-19-2014, 03:44 PM   #2
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I'd slice and freeze it and use in a taco/chili flavored meatloaf, as well as another dinner where it would complement.
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Old 05-19-2014, 03:51 PM   #3
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Leftover Green Chili Bread ideas?

Meatloaf sounds good.

Maybe a Mexican style dressing/stuffing for peppers like poblanos, along with some chorizo and cheese, like chiles rellenos.

Made into breadcrumbs, toast, and use as a topping for chili or casseroles.

Grilled queso sammies.

It sounds good enough to just freeze whole and use it later.
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Old 05-19-2014, 05:01 PM   #4
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Cut it into fingers, toast and use for dippers in queso fundido or another Mexican-flavored fondue.

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I'm in the mood for Gazpacho tho it's too early in the season to consider. Would be good served together. Make onion soup using chix broth. Make toast croutons and baked cheese on top.

Serve for breakfast toast. That'll wake you up and put a spark in your step.
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Old 05-19-2014, 07:55 PM   #6
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Wow, these are all outstanding ideas! Whiska mentioned croutons. I think they'd be great on top of green salads too.
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I'm in the mood for Gazpacho tho it's too early in the season to consider. Would be good served together. Make onion soup using chix broth. Make toast croutons and baked cheese on top.

Serve for breakfast toast. That'll wake you up and put a spark in your step.
With scrambled eggs.
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Old 05-19-2014, 11:05 PM   #8
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Lol, funny you guys mentioned toast. Great ideas here. Thank you.

I was making the Boss man's breakfast when I posted.

Had some bacon going at the time.So I took a few slices cut thick enough to get them out of the toaster.Toasted them lightly.Topped one of them with scrambled eggs,bacon bits and cheddar cheese.The other with just eggs and bacon. Packed a small jar of mesquite honey.Should my Hunny Bear decide to toss everything off of it. Have it plain.

I'll know soon enough if it was a good idea.He did mention how good the bread alone was.That's a start anyways.

As Whisk said I'm sure that woke him up and put a spark in his step.He's probably runnin'!

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Savory french toast or bread pudding!
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Savory french toast or bread pudding!
My thoughts exactly. Or, use in a Mexican-inspired bread salad (Mexican Panzanella Salad Cornbread Salad) Recipe - Food.com).
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Leftover Green Chili Bread ideas? I made a few loaves of it yesterday. Just to see if my idea would work. Revamped a bread recipe to suit what I was looking for. Unfortunately I had also made a large dinner to accompany it.Woke up thinking it would all be gone 1 loaf is still here. :( It turned out perfectly.Everybody loved it. I've always like the Costco Jalapeno & Cheese bread but always thought it lacked on the side of heat. I fixed that. These loaves, the heat slowly catches up with you.That was nice. The big question now is what to do with it for snacks or otherwise? All I can think of is Bruchetta's, Panninni's. Doubt PB&J would be a good idea. Any other ideas? Thank you Munky. 3 stars 1 reviews
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