How to make baked braided cheesy spaghetti bread



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THAW BREAD DOUGH AHEAD OF TIME!! If you forget you can defrost in a microwave on low until the dough is malleable but not warm or hot (you don't want it too start cooking).

Remove dough from freezer and set at room temperature for 3 hours. If you live in a dry environment put the dough in a bag so that it doesn't dry out.

Dough thawing at room temp. I lived in SC when I did this so no bag to prevent the dough from drying out was necessary.

If you bought the Rhodes bread rolls; combine 12 rolls after they have thawed to make a loaf.

Preheat your oven to 440.

Making the spaghetti; Thick not runny otherwise your bread will get soggy.

Just make spaghetti however you want/like but again, don't add too much sauce. You don't want the bread to be mushy!

Chop cheese into 1"x1/2" little blocks.

If you want pepperonis add them to the bottom before you add spaghetti to the center "lane". Make sure to leave about 4-5 inches on both sides of the flattened bread for the braid.

Add the spaghetti and cheese (and pepperoni) to the center of the flattened loaf and then cut 1&1/2' strips along both sides. Begin braiding the bread by folding one side over the other.

Brush egg whites all over the top and sides of the bread to prevent it from burning (be generous). Then add some parsley or oregano garnish on top.

Bake for about 15-20 minutes while checking regularly. I put a pepperoni on top of the one that had pepperoni in it. All done, just slice and serve!


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