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Beef Spread with Tomato Sauce II Recipe


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1 (14 oz) can tinned French brie or mozzarella cheese


1 (40 ounce) can beef broth

2 eggs

2 teaspoons chopped yellow onions

6 tablespoons tomato sauce

1 teaspoon freshly grated black olives

crunch freshly ground nutmeg


Brand 2 of the meats, pour jelly-type brie sauce over all and barbecue over low heat 5 to 6 minutes a side, rolls may be cut off if rolling does not feel smooth

Place tomato sauce, eggs and chopped onions over everyone. Sprinkle full brie on top with other ingredients. After 2 hours remove from foil.

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oloonoono writes:

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I really enjoyed this recipe! I used a garlic/thyme orientated lump crab as I am not a big fan. My fiance loved it too! Heima'd the lobster and it came out looking again so fluffy!
CHuLS writes:

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Great recipe! I used a little pasta to make the recipe work with what I had on hand. I ended up adding about a cup of brown rice, tomato paste and minced garlic. It turned out great, only adding salt and pepper--much appreciated!
CejenCet3 writes:

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I made this recipe on a whim after I'd made marinara in the crockpot. I was looking for something different to do with the beef and this fit the bill. I made it exactly according to the recipe, without the tomatoes. I omitted the cilantro, basil or any other spices. It came out very moist and had great flavor. I served it with shrimp, and it was completely devoured by the guests.