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Antipasto Loaf

Antipasto Loaf recipe
photo by:kraft
Say "buongiorno" to your new potluck staple. It's packed with savory Italian flavor thanks to sun-dried tomatoes, pesto and Parm. After tasting it, you may say "ciao bella!"
25 min
1 hr 25 min
25 servings
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it was messy, good taste but hard to eat not a pretty presentation
Was OK
What great comments for such an easy recipe definitely 5 stars
I made this for a concert tailgate & everyone LOVED IT!! I made homemade pesto & used more then what is called for to mix in w/ the cream cheese. I also added pepperoni, salami, & cap to make it an authentic antipasto! also added roasted red peppers & used field greens I had in the fridge. It was SO easy & delicious! My sister didn't believe that I made it because it looked like it came from a store! I would definitely also try this as a wrap. It was a little messy to slice but that didn't matter because the taste was awesome! I can't wait to make it again!!!!
Delicious, although a little messy to eat. Everyone went back for more with an extra napkin.
I made this for an office luncheon. It received good comments. My changes: I did not use the pesto. I added green olives. I used sun-dried tomatoes, but did not use 1/2 a cup. I only used about a 1/4 cup. While it is expensive to make, it is good. A tip is to mix the all the ingredients and spread the mixture in the middle of the bread. This will keep it together.
I've made this recipe countless times but instead of the sun dried tomatoes, I use roasted red peppers and have added baby spinach, for an extra vegetable. Also, I don't find it necessary to blend the cream cheese and pesto, but layer it all. It makes a pretty appetizer plate.
It was just OK.
I thought it tasted ok. I made it for a Labor Day picnic and some people loved it, some didn't. I'm not going to make it again though because it cost me $20 to make one sandwich.
I thought the flavors were amazing. The only two minor changes I made were I use a hoagie roll instead of French bread and I used cream cheese with chive and mixed with pesto. I loved it and made another for my lunch today. When I placed it in the refridge I did wrap it in cling wrap to hold it together, and it held together perfectly. Way to go Kraft!! I will try as a wrap next.
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