This was aptly named by my friend Steve. With endless possibilities you can stuff this bread with anything that takes your fancy. I will go through the 2 I used with my favourite being the spinach and ricotta. Eb x
To make your stuffed bread you first need to make a batch of bread dough. I use the EDC version (minus the milling of grains at the start). Once it has risen, divide into two balls.
Roll the first ball out to a circle big enough to fit on a pizza tray. Lay your stuffing in a circle as per the pictures below. Roll out your second ball and lay on top. Try to remove the air pockets by starting in the middle and working your way out. Join the edges by folding over or using a fork. Spray with some water and sprinkle with sesame seeds or cheese. Allow to rise for a bit then pop into a hot oven for approx 20-25 minutes or until well cooked.
The filling I used in these ones were:
shredded chicken, grated cheese and some bbq sauce.
big handful fresh herbs, big handful of spinach leaves, 1 small chilli (chop on Speed 7 for 3 seconds) Add 200g drained ricotta, big handful of mixed cheese (cheddar and parmesan) and 1 egg. Mix on Reverse Speed 3 until well combined. Make sure the mix is not to watery otherwise your dough will not cook properly. When using this mix you will find when the bread is hot the mix will run out and be messy but it is delicious. If you allow it to cool the mix will stay together alot better.
Click on the pictures below to scroll through.