Friday, April 15, 2016

Chicken-Filled Italian Bread

I saw a video on Facebook where an Italian loaf of bread was stuffed with taco filling and baked it.  I wasn't craving for some taco that day so I thought of replacing the  filling with  chicken cooked in sisig flavor.  Sisig is a Filipino mix that you can buy in an Asian store.  It has lemon powder, onion powder, salt, black pepper,  and chili powder.  
I cooked the chicken first then I carved  out  a rectangle shape  on Italian bread.  I then  filled it with  the chicken and added some cheese.
I put the  carved out  bread back, brushed it with  melted butter, and  baked it for  15 minutes in a 350 degree oven.
 When it was ready to serve, I remove the  sliced  bread on top and added some   romaine lettuce.  
The fresh lettuce added a fresh  element to the bread.  It was really good.
I then sliced the chicken-filled Italian bread into one inch thick and  it was a filling dinner for all of us.
My daughter  love taco so she  told me to use ground beef next time.  The taco filling would be nice too.  

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