Friday, February 24, 2012

Hawaiian Bubble Bread


        Are you naturally drawn to bread? When you go to a restaurant, do you highly -
    anticipate for the bread to come. Would you be fine having crusty bread for dinner with
    a little Vino? If the answer is yes. You are not alone. I repeat. You are not alone. From
    one bread addict to the next. This recipe is for you!! A whole lotta bread and a few
    additions of tasty morsels. You have to love a meal that you can pull apart and eat.

                                                             Hawaiian Bubble Bread

       1 round loaf Italian bread or a round hawaiian loaf
       1 cup ham, cubed
       1 cup pineapple, diced
       8 ounces grated cheese
       4 tablespoon butter, melted
       2 garlic cloves, chopped
       salt and pepper
       marinara

       1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
       2) Slice bread lengthwise and then width-wise being careful not to cut through the
       bottom.
       3) Place cheese in the cut slices then ham and pineapple.
       4) Melt butter and put garlic in the butter and pour over bread.
       5) Season with salt and pepper.
       6) Cover bread in reynolds wrap and bake for 15 minutes and unwrap and bake for
       10 minutes more uncovered. Make sure you use a baking sheet. Serve with sauce.



 

58 comments:

  1. oh my lordy, that looks so delicious!

    too bad i gave up eating breads! :(

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  2. I love pineapple and ham together...I bet this is so good. I made a bacon and ranch one for the super bowl and my husband and I ate the entire thing! I think I should stay away from these bread pulls! Yours does look delish though!

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  3. Oh this looks so good, and yes I love bread. Your margaritas are nothing to sneeze at either. You are so creative in the kitchen my friend.

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  4. Holy night holy night holy night I'm excited! I need to make this bread this weekend. No, I need to make this right now. I say this in the most non psycho way possible- we really need to be best friends. Holy night!

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  5. Ohh this sounds amazing! How do you think up this stuff? lol

    Your blog design is sooo nice! Love it, girlie!

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  6. I want to peel off those toasty squares and eat them all...they look like croutons. Yummy. I wonder how many calories it is if you eat the whole loaf ;)

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  7. This looks divine! Have a lovely weekend:)
    ~Anne

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  8. This would make a great appetizer! Can't wait to try it :)

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  9. This look so beautiful and delicious!

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  10. oh my gosh! Deliciousness! I think this would be fun to share at a dinner party!

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  11. I'm Valerie and I'm addicted to Bread! yes mam this looks amazing and I will be making this one pronto! I love coming to your blog and seeing all your super fun and easy recipes. It's heavenly here ;)

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  12. um...this looks beyond delish. and so easy. i'm definitely doing this next time i have to take a dish to a party.

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  13. YES, I am a fellow bread lover, to put it mildly! Thanks for sharing this, it looks amazing beyond words :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  14. That looks delicious! I will be giving your recipe a try!

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  15. yum! my father-in-law would love this!!

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  16. Oh, I have been seeing versions of this all over Pinterest! YUM! For me, I will have one of those coconut margaritas with it!!!
    ; )

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  17. ooo man..drooling at my desk! this looks so good! xo

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  18. Val. I think I found a new way to "one up" my sister on the holidays by bringing this :)

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  19. I have never seen anything like this! Your pics are beautiful - I'm sure it tastes delicious too!

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  20. love bread can't get enough of it especially it is fresh and recently taken out of the oven, yum!

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  21. A big fat YES to all of your questions and I am so going to try this ASAP! :-)
    Vanessa

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  22. That is genius, I love this recipe idea!!! It looks delish- love your pictures!!

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  23. "Oh Wow" is exactly what came out of my mouth! I guess for my friends tomorrow I'll be making this AND the margaritas!! NOM!

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  24. Landyn would LOVE this!!! She loves hawaiian bread!

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  25. Oh goodness Val, you're killing me - that looks FANTASTIC! I was a bread addict over 10 years ago... when I discovered I was gluten- intolerant....major boo :( It's taken me a long time to be able to create a recipe for homemade bread that has the same delish factor as regular bread. I love what you've included in this bread, it just sounds so yummy and looks really pretty (I can see this at brunch!) Thanks for inspiring!

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  26. This looks fantastically delicious! I love repurposing store-bought crusty breads, and this is a fantastic way to do it.

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  27. If only I could eat that and still lose weight! That looks delicious, Val. Love your photos!

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  28. Well you have me drooling at 5:30 AM because, like you, I could eat bread as a meal for days and days :-)

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  29. this looks great! missed your blog. i love carbs too :-)

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  30. always drawn to bread--my favorite carb! yummers gal!

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  31. I down 2-3 baskets of bread before the appetizer has even come!! This bubble bread I'll definitely be trying!!

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  32. Ohhh my this looks delicious!! I want to make this ASAP!

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  33. I believe I could easily survive off of bread and cheese. :) Great looking recipe! I would probably eat that all in one sitting.

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  34. i love your blog.

    i love your blog.

    i love your blog.

    and i want this so bad right now!!! haha.

    you are darling.

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  35. This is so easy, why didn't I ever think of it. Thank goodness you did :)

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  36. A bit of heaven in a loaf of bread! It even kind of looks like a pineapple:)Time to pin:) Thanks Val!

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  37. I admit it I am a bread lover. I'll take it any way or form I can get it! My mouth is watering. Yum!

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  38. yup, bread addict over here too! LOVE this stuff!

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  39. I love that this is semi homemade, so much nicer sometimes to be able to embellish a recipe for quick and delicious results!

    I love your blog. I'm always so impressed with you food bloggers, I make so many meals but nothing ever too impressive.

    Thank you for devoting your blog to food, I love food so much it brings happiness and love into my life. Take care,

    Shauna

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  40. oh my goodness this sounds wonderful, love the flavors!!! So pretty too :)

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  41. Omg! I can't wait to try this! Thanks! - Rhoda

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  42. This looks UNBELIEVABLE!! Love your blog. Newest reader!

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  43. I am certainly drawn to bread... love this bubble bread!

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  44. oh I LOVE Hawaiian Food. I even like the name of this. Bookmarking it for when I'm baking this month!

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  45. Wow, your bubble bread looks amazing Val! What a fun and easy recipe. I've got to try this for myself! ... And then eat it all myself, of course.

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  46. So fuuny...my kids have been looking at your blog all day, they are lovin the photos and food! lol..Even they r addicted now : )

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  47. This looks absolutely amazing!! OMG! I've missed your blog just a few days and it's like walking into a candy shop going through you last few post. Yummmm yummm YUM! You are the best!! xo

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  48. Anything with this much cheese, bread and ham is good by me :) I've seen these bread balls before, but never with a Hawaiian twist and I'm loving it... I am featuring this post in today's Friday Food Fetish roundup (with a link-back and attribution), so please let me know if you have any objections. It's always a pleasure following your food…

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  49. It is very tasty looks! I will try so. I the addict of bread and any batch. Certainly at us not to find some such bread, but I think another will approach.

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  50. This looks delish!! It looks like a wonderful hearty appetizer to take to a party or to serve to guests!!! mmmm! hugs, cathy

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