Sunday, February 17, 2013

Broccoli and Sausage




Broccoli and sausage bread. This is an Italian delight. It's made with broccoli thats been sauteed in olive oil with garlic, crushed red pepper, salt and hot Italian sausage. The sausage should be "Lamberti's", if not of your own making. Fresh dough is rolled out and the mixture is placed on it. Then fresh sliced Parmigiano Reggiano is put on top of mixture. The dough is folded over and sealed. A few slits are made on top. The bread is placed on a sheet pan that has dusted with cornmeal. Put into a 375 oven and baked for about 35 to 45 minutes.


I make them in two sizes, large family style, and smaller "sangwich" style. I enjoy a piece with a hot cup of coffee. "Mangia bene"





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20 comments:

  1. We are going to have to make a trade for some clam chowder some time. I got to go eat now great looking lunch!

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    1. Savage,
      Thanks.
      Now there's a good idea.

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  2. Looks deliciosa, did you ever try it with broccoli rabe?

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    1. Jersey Joe,
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      Yes I have. Also with spinach, and chicory, with mushrooms.

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  3. Alan
    Awesome looking meal, this is one I have to try!! thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill Trussell,
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      It's pretty good.

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  4. Alan

    that bread looks great ! You really need to post your chili recipe !!!

    mark

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    1. Mark,
      Thanks.
      Today would be a good day for some chili.
      I will do the chili post soon.

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    1. RKM,
      Thanks.
      I guess you'll have to get out in the kitchen and rattle those pots and pans.

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    2. You keep posting pictures of delicious looking food and I just may end up outside you house howling.

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  6. And when is dinner being served!!! Great looking meal for a cold winter day.

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    1. joe,
      Thanks.
      You just missed it. Good cold day fodder.

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  7. We call those stomboli's around here. ;) Looks delicious!

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    1. Bill,
      Thanks.
      Stromboli's are similar.

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  8. Those photographs make me feel like I have not had supper- they look delicious!

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    1. Peter Patenaude,
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      I appreciate the comment Peter.

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  9. I've missed a whole bunch of your posts..been sick for almost two weeks and haven't even wanted to look at the computer..I've got a lot of catching up to do..starting with this one..Boy does that look great!

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