I am obsessed with Ecce Panis bread. You just take it out of the package, place in the oven for a few minutes and out comes the best home-baked bread! This bread is really amazing! Everyone always thinks that I make it from scratch! (shh, don’t tell !) ;P
When I go Walmart I can find them easily in the bakery section next to all the specialty breads. This time I grabbed 3 of the Ecce Panis Ciabatta loaves. This type of bread is perfect on its own or it can also be used to make some delicious sandwiches. You can see the rest of my shopping trip on google plus.
I am glad that I picked up 3 loaves! The first night we had a Rotisserie chicken with potatoes and onions. We served the Ecce Panis Ciabatta bread with it. It was so good. The only thing about the whole chicken is that we just can’t eat it all. There are always leftovers!
I decided to use my leftovers and the Ecce Panis Ciabatta loaf to make a wonderful Gourmet dinner. Want to know what I made?
I was surprised by how much chicken I got off of that bird!!! I just sort of shredded it while I took it off and came up with 1 to 2 cups of chicken.
To make an Easy version of Garam Masala (which is just a spice blend). I use pickling spice because it is easily found at the grocery store and it has most of the spices that I need for Garam Masala already in it! Pickling spice is also perfect because all the spices are mainly intact. Toast 3 Tbsp. in a skillet for a few seconds until they let off their aroma.
Then grind them up in a coffee grinder until they are a fine texture.
For the chicken mixture… Start off by sweating the onions and garlic together in some butter…
Once the onions are a translucent color then add the rest of the ingredients… it should be smelling awesome right now!!
I added the red pepper, Masala Shoestring Onions, Creamy Masala Dressing, and a little bit of Cilatro. I also served up a side of home-made potato chips using the leftover potatoes that I had and paired it with more of the Creamy Masala Dressing.
Oh My Wow… this was SO good!!!
Ecce Panis Bake at Home comes in 4 varieties
Neo-Tuscan Mini Boule – Elegant mini round boule with a mild flavor and crackling golden crust, Ciabatta Loaf – Thin crust demi bread with a light, airy interior and a hint of olive oil, French Demi Baguettes – Twin demi baguettes with a golden brown crust and an airy open texture inside, and French Dinner Rolls – Authentic artisan rolls with a crunchy crust and soft interior, Freshly baked bread in minutes Bake one today, buy another to freeze
For best quality, you can freeze for up to 2 months in the freezer and bake it fresh so you always have fresh artisan bread on hand. Ecce Panis Bake at Home is hand-crafted, stone baked gourmet Artisan bread made with natural ingredients
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