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Sunday, January 15, 2012

What's for Dinner?? Lindsay's Version of Braided Spaghetti Bread

Hope you're HUNGRY!
I was introduced to a wonderful recipe from my friend Stephanie that I had to try, (
I changed it up using some of my favorite products and a bit more information to help make your bread successful and affordable!
This braided spaghetti bread is mouthwatering and belly filling, sure to please just about anyone, and is easy to make and affordable to boot!
This is great for lunch/dinner, a party, game, whatever, and makes a great leftover!! :)

Grocery List:
1 lb. Bob Evan's Italian Sausage $2.99
Rhode's Bread Dough $2.38 (for 3 loaves, you only need 1 for this recipe)
Spaghetti Noodles $1.30
Ragu Spaghetti Sauce $1.50
Italian Seasoning Mix $0.99
8 oz. Kraft Mozzarella Cheese $2.50 (always use good cheese, it makes a difference!)

Total: $11.66 for a meal that serves 6 to 8
I shopped at Walmart :)

In your kitchen: egg white and a bit of butter

(sit on a plate for a couple hours in the refrigerator)

>>Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes, or until golden brown ;)

Prepare your italian sausage, sauce, and spaghetti. (Use about half a box of spaghetti)

Mix your eggwhite and seasoning in a small bowl. I used about half a cap full of seasoning.

Get a very large nonstick pan and lightly butter it.
Take a little bit of your eggwhite mixture and spread over the pan as well.
(The bread expands, so the bigger the pan the better and with some depth to it)

Spread out dough evenly onto your pan. I pressed it out like a pizza with my hands.

Using a knife cut even across slits down the sides of the bread.

Add spaghetti to your sauce until it is more saucey then you would usually eat.
(Remember the sauce will evaporate in the oven, so add more. If you love sauce, save a bit to the side before adding your spaghetti to dip away!)

Place the saucy spaghetti down the center of the bread, adding the diced up mozzarella cheese on top. Then fold the cut pieces over each other. I used about 5 oz. of the 8 oz. block.
Glaze the entire thing with the rest of your eggwhite mixture.
Place in 350 Oven for 30 to 35 minutes.

This is my first try and it was so easy and fullfilling. It was so cheesy and delicious! 
It is a new family favorite. 

Stay Glamorous,
xo Lindsay

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