Hamburger French Bread Loaf

Recipe Rating:
 6 Ratings
Serves: 6-8
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method: Bake

Ingredients

1 1/2 lb raw ground beef or turkey
1/2 c club crackers, crushed
1 large egg
2/3 c evaporated milk
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1 Tbsp mustard
1/2 c onion chopped
1 large french bread loaf
1 c shredded cheddar cheese or any other cheese you prefer

The Cook

Elizabeth Lancaster Recipe
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Cooked to Perfection
Houston, TX (pop. 2.1M)
SimplyfromScratch2037
Member Since Jan 2012
Elizabeth's notes for this recipe:
you can make this how ever you like, with beef,turkey, and and kind of cheese you choose, you can even add, bacon, what ever your heart desires, Just thought that I would post the original recipe(which is posted on the left), that I have had passed down to me by my Grandmother, and you can add extra cheese at the end of the cooking time to make it cheesier, I know that is how my husband likes it, my family loves this recipe, hope your family does also.
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Directions

1
Pre-Heat oven to *350.

Cut french bread into half, (length wise)
put on cookie sheet.
2
Mix together all ingredients and spread onto french bread. Put tinfoil around the edges of the bread leaving the meat exposed, cook for 45 min at *350.
3
*****NOTE*****

At the last 5-7 minutes,If you want a cheesier topping, place more cheese on top of your loaf, and cook till melted.
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user Elizabeth Lancaster SimplyfromScratch2037 - Apr 27, 2012
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user Elizabeth Lancaster SimplyfromScratch2037 - Apr 27, 2012
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user Elizabeth Lancaster SimplyfromScratch2037 - Apr 27, 2012
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user Elizabeth Lancaster SimplyfromScratch2037 - Apr 27, 2012
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user Elizabeth Lancaster SimplyfromScratch2037 - Apr 27, 2012
you can make this how ever you like, with beef,turkey, and and kind of cheese you choose, you can even add, bacon, what ever your heart desires, Just thought that I would post the original recipe(which is posted on the left), that I have had passed down to me by my Grandmother, and you can add extra cheese at the end of the cooking time to make it cheesier, I know that is how my husband likes it, my family loves this recipe, hope your family does also.

I have added older pictures i have added for the problem issues on this recipe, hope I have cleared up all confusion.
-Liz

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