Sausage bread

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Sausage bread
Type Pizza
Place of origin United States
Main ingredients Pizza dough, sausage, mozzarella
Cookbook:Sausage bread  Sausage bread

Sausage bread refers to American food using sausage and other ingredients rolled or enclosed in dough and cooked in an oven.[1]

Sausage bread is typically made from pizza dough and includes sausage, mozzarella cheese (or a similar substitute cheese) and other ingredients such as mushrooms, onions, other vegetables, and various herbs, spices and sauces depending on the recipe. If dough is used, the sausage is usually crumbled or cut, and is baked, along with the cheese inside a long piece of rolled pizza dough.[2] Beth Hensberger's The Bread Bible recipe suggests putting the ingredients on a rectangle of dough and lengthwise jelly-roll-style to create a layered sausage bread.[3]

Sausage bread has been modified into sausage bread pudding in an LA Times recipe.[4]

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  1. ^ "Sausage Bread". New York Times. January 20, 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-23. 
  2. ^ "Roll out each loaf to an oval 1/4 inch thick and 812 × 15 inches. Fry and drain sausage, then layer all ingredients one on top of the other down the middle of dough. Leave dough showing on all 4 sides. Fold top and bottom end over the ingredients. Fold over the 2 sides, lapping one side over the other and pinch together to seal. Coat loaf with a thin layer of butter or margareine. Bake according to directions on bread dough package. " Josie's Sausage Bread from Cleaver & Paring's July 20, 2005 WAFB Channel 9 http://www.wafb.com/Global/story.asp?S=3618416
  3. ^ "One bread that all my Italian friends remember from their childhoods is sausage bread. It uses and pizza dough recipe and is a great picnic food, late-night snack, or brunch accompaniment to scambled eggs." Beth Hensperger The Bread Bible p. 195 http://books.google.com/books?id=dvwGDlfoB9oC&pg=PA195&dq=sausage+bread
  4. ^ "Recipe: Fennel and sausage bread pudding". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 23, 2010.