Monday, August 9, 2010

Let's Make A Boat

Not the kind that floats on water....but the melt in your mouth sandwich kind!
Start with a loaf of french bread of your choice..
Slice a thin layer off the top..
Scoop out the insides of the loaf and save for later...



Line the insides with your favorite cheese....I chose sharp cheddar...


Brown one pound of ground beef (I added small amount of sausage) with bell pepper and onion...



Drain and add a can of Campbell's Nacho Cheese Soup with meat mixture and reserved crumbled bread from loaf...



Spoon into french bread loaf...



Add another layer of shredded cheese, place top of bread back on...



Cover with foil....bake at 350 until warmed...approximately 20 minutes....slice and enjoy....
Now that's a boat!

Nanny

11 comments:

Solar Powered said...

That looks delicious! Especially since we are on a diet at this house trying to get ready to be in the wedding (those pictures last forever)!!! You watching Bachelor Pad?

Jill said...

OH YUM!!!
Now, THAT looks amazingly delicious!

Amanda said...

That looks delicious! Jerry would especially love that.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Yes... I'm thinking there would be several takers for this recipe around our house!! And, I am addicted to the peppers, too! Bring on the heat! LOL!

tootie said...

Oh my goodness. My husband would love this! Thanks for posting!

Cheryl said...

Oh this looks soooo yummy. My husband would love this...and yes I would too! Diet or not.

lindsaydenice said...

wow! yummy boat :) thanks for sharing... i must now share with the man of the house!

Alison said...

And I thought it was going to be a tuna boat. I have all those ingredients at home so we'll be having these boats for supper this week. YUM! I've never had them before.

grammy said...

Just got caught up
cold and hot weather stories
sorry you are so hot.
we just got back from The Snowy Range in Wyoming
LOVED IT
that sandwich looks so good
if I can decide I can suffer through the oven being on (we have no air conditioning) I just might make it...yummm

Marguerite said...

Now that just looks sinfully delicious! I know that my son and his friends could polish off a few of these! Thanks for sharing!

Kat said...

Oh.My.Word! Now I'm so hungry. That looks so easy and so delish.

Hugs,
Kat