Pinned it: Did it

Another week and seven more dinners are now under my belt. I was inspired to try a stuffed bread I saw and here’s what I did:

I started out the lazy way with a frozen loaf of dough – I used Kroger but the Rhodes is really nice. I had my chef helper roll it out after it had risen once. She then liberally applied butter to the whole rectangle. Meanwhile, I boiled the spaghetti noodles. I’ll note here that the whole thing was done on a silicone mat to simplify my life, but you don’t have to do it that way.

The toddler and little chef both helped sprinkle garlic powder and parsley to the dough.
I cut strips into the sides. This is your base.

Next, put your prepared spaghetti with sauce all down the center.

Then, get fancy. (Not really, but it’ll make you look all fancy -schmancy). Fold the top down, then take the right side over the top and then the left and then the right and then the left and then the right and then the left and then the… well, you get the point. I did mine halfway and then went the other direction for the other side to lock in the ends better.

I buttered that bad boy and sprinkled the remaining garlic powder I had and some parmesan cheese. I used the green can stuff but if you can, go with the good stuff here.

Then, bake until golden brown around the edges. Slice and serve with a little warm spaghetti sauce on the side and you are ready to go. Even the twiggy helper chef had seconds.


  1. Chibi Jeebs says:

    Ooh, that looks interesting! How was it? Would you make it again? (That’s always the litmus test around here: “would you eat it again?”) ;)

    • SarahBee says:

      Would definitely make again! Leftovers were devoured for lunch today which is the clearest test there is in our house. Next time, I think I’ll add mozzarella cubes, too.

  2. Nancy Nemitz says:

    This shows effective use of wall space. Notice the hooks for the handbag and the wall pockets for each child’s paperwork. It’s not just the shelving that makes it work. There are literature holders, boxes, and other containers used to organize the space. This same space without containers wouldn’t be nearly as functional and appealing.

  3. Joules says:

    Pasta AND bread? Yes, please!


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