I love bread. All kinds…sweet, savory…it doesn’t matter. I just love that doughy goodness and if it happens to have melted cheese on it? And be pipping fresh from the oven? I am all over it! Seriously, I can pass up the cookies, cakes and brownies but I have a hard time leaving the bread basket alone, or in this case the bread pan.
I came across this recipe a few years before pinterest was around although I have seen it on there since. It is good stuff and perfect paired with a delicious pasta dinner. Normally I make this in a bundt pan but this time I used two round cake pans and did more of a parker house style roll. Either way is good but the cake pan version does get done more quickly.
What you’ll need:
2 Pillsbury Crusty Italian loaves
1 stick butter, melted
shaved Parmesan cheese
What you’ll do:
Melt butter and season to taste.
Cut each loaf in half lengthwise.
Repeat so that you have 8 lengths of dough.
Cut each one into chunks.
Toss pieces n seasoned butter and layer in pan.
Sprinkle with shaved Parmesan cheese.
Repeat process until all the bread is used. (One loaf per cake pan usually has two layers.)
Sprinkle cheese on top.
Bake at 350 degrees until brown about 12-15 minutes for cake pans or 25-30 minutes for bundt pan.
Allow to cool slightly before serving.