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Wed, Nov 16 2016 post by Amber From dessertnowdinnerlater

Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this dish is perfect...

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Hello! Amber here, from Dessert Now, Dinner Later! Although I love to eat my dessert first, today I'm sharing a savory recipe with you. It is served with powdered sugar and raspberry preserves, so it's not completely savory. I just love sweet and savory combos, don't you?! I took inspiration for this recipe from Monte Cristo sandwiches. Monte Cristo sandwiches are typically battered and pan or deep fried. I took the meat and cheese components of the sandwich and turned it into a pull apart bread for an extra fun twist. Honestly, this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread works for any meal of the day, or as an appetizer. We had our leftovers for breakfast and it totally works! Here's how you make it:


You will need 1 loaf of Rhodes White Bread (thawed), some ham and turkey sliced lunch meat (pat the meat with a paper towel if it's extra moist; this helps the bread cook better), and Swiss cheese (sliced in half).

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Roll out the bread dough into a large rectangle about 16x20-inches. Using a pizza cutter, cut the dough into twelve pieces (3x4 rows).  

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Top each piece with a half slice of Swiss cheese.

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Top the cheese with two slices of turkey.

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Top the turkey with two slices of ham.

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Stack all of the pieces of bread, cheese, and lunchmeat on top of each other, creating a tower.

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Lay the stack sideways into a greased bread pan. Cover with plastic wrap that has been sprayed with cooking spray and let rise for 30 minutes at room temperature. Alternately let rise in the refrigerator for an hour.

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 to 30 minutes or until the bread is done where it touches the meat and cheese. Brush the top with butter and serve with powdered sugar and raspberry preserves. Refrigerate any leftovers. Enjoy!

Rhodes makes this Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread a cinch to make. Full of meat and cheese, topped with powdered sugar, and served with a side of raspberry preserves, this popular sandwich is turned into a sharable main dish.

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Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread

Servings: 6-8 | Skills: | Prep Time: 40 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 30 min

Monte Cristo Pull Apart Bread
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Ingredients

1 loaf Rhodes White Bread, thawed to room temperature
Ham & Turkey deli sliced lunchmeat, about 24 pieces each (approx. 5 oz of each)
6 slices Swiss cheese, cut in half

Instructions

Roll out the thawed bread dough into a large rectangle about 16x20-inches. Using a pizza cutter, cut the dough into twelve pieces (3x4 rows). 

Top each piece of dough with a half slice of Swiss cheese. Pat the lunchmeat with a paper towel if it is extra moist (this helps the bread bake better). Top the cheese with two slices of turkey. Top the turkey with two slices of ham.

Stack all of the pieces of bread, cheese, and lunchmeat on top of each other, creating a tower.

Lay the stack sideways into a greased bread pan. Cover with plastic wrap that has been sprayed with cooking spray and let rise for 30 minutes at room temperature. Alternately let rise in the refrigerator for an hour.

Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 to 30 minutes or until the bread is done where it touches the meat and cheese. Brush the top with butter and serve with powdered sugar and raspberry preserves. Refrigerate any leftovers. Enjoy!

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