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  Home : Dutch Ovens Recipes : Hamburger, Sausage & Onion Bomb
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Hamburger, Sausage
& Onion Bomb

Hamburger, Sausage & Onion Bomb

  • 6 to 8 rolls, just the dough
  • Hamburger, Sausage, & Onion mix = pre cooked
  • Sage Dressing = pre cooked
  • Roasted Garlic Sauce
  • Cheese, your favorite grated

Take each roll and smash flat and make one large oval. Make just a little longer than your 12" dutch oven because you are going to be folding the ends in. Your can also make it round if you like. Preheat and oil a 12" Regular Dutch Oven. Oil the bottom & sides a lot so you can make sure that the dough does not stick to the bottom and the cheese to the sides of your dutch oven. While your dutch oven is heating up place the sage dressing, hamburger, sausage & onion mixture on top of your dough. Now add the Roasted Garlic sauce and then the cheese, as much as you would like. Make sure you are putting this all in the middle and leave a little dough on the sides and ends so you can fold it in. Now, take the ends and fold them in. Take the sides and bring to the middle and crimping as you go to seal the mixture inside the dough. The trick now is to get it into your dutch oven. If you have a flexible cutting board it will be easy. All you have to do is side it down the cutting board into your dutch oven. Now, put the lid on and go to baking. In your Volcano Stove us 12 briquettes on the bottom. If you are cooking on a table use 15 on top and 10 on the bottom. You will see steam coming out from under the lid plus you will smell it too!!
Slice and serve.
Serves: 6 to 8
The secret here is that if you do not preheat your dutch oven your dough will not raise as high. Plus it saves about 10 minutes of cooking time.
If you made it round pull it all together and give the dough a little twist to seal up all the ends!!

You can also put your favorite pizza mixture in side your dough and call it a Pizza Bomb. If you put 2 inside you 12" make sure you oil the sides of the dough really well where the 2 come together so you can pull them apart easier. Make your dough round and then just fold it in half and seal it up.
Hamburger, Sausage & Onion Bomb

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