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    Swiss Supper Loaf

    Swiss Supper Loaf



    12 slices of white bread
    10 slices of Swiss cheese
    1/2-cup (1 stick) butter
    1/2 cup finely chopped onion
    1/2 cup Heinz 57 chili sauce
    1 tablespoon poppy seeds
    10 slices bacon (we use a whole pound, we are bacon freaks, lol)

    Chop up bacon and fryÖ crumble. Divide in half.

    Melt butter, add onion and sautť till slightly browned.
    Add chili sauce, poppy seeds, and Ĺ the bacon.
    Heat for 5 minutes.

    Assemble: Slice of bread, coat with sauce, bit of remaining half of crumbled bacon, slice of Swiss cheese and repeat till loaf is assembled.

    Spray foil liberally with non-stick spray. This will stick horribly if you omit this step!

    Completely seal in a double layer of foil and place on cookie sheet.
    Bake in 350-degree oven for about 25 minutes.


    This is one of Bruce's childhood favorites. (AKA Pizza Bread although it doesn't taste like any pizza I've ever had)
    That's why I've posted it in the kids section. Believe it or not I have never made this. When we have this for dinner He makes it! I just enjoy!!
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    Re: Swiss Supper Loaf

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    Sounds good!

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    Re: Swiss Supper Loaf

    Swiss Supper Loaf



    Bruce was hungry for this last week at lunch time and it would have taken too long to bake after building so we had them like grilled cheese sandwiches instead and I will always prefer it this way now.

    Basically fry the bacon then butter the bread, build into sandwiches with bacon, chili sauce, Swiss cheese and poppy seed and onion. Then grill.

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