Posted: 2/7/2012 9:42:57 PM
I second that motion that this recipe easy to follow as the video shows. It just depends to a person's limit and commitment. I thought that video recipe tutorials are only offered at http://www.gourmetrecipe.com but now I found out that pillsbury.com also does.
Posted: 1/14/2012 10:52:21 PM
Enjoyed the recipe. I found by unrolling the dough before I rolled it out it didn't shrink back as much. I cooked it on the back the Texas size Muffin tray from Demarle at Home, so I didn't have to grease and because of the even cooking the bowls were perfectly cooked. I made 5 bowls and the were the perfect size to hold 1/2 can of chile. That is a full serving. These are great for portion control!
Posted: 1/5/2012 12:08:42 PM
The trick here is to roll the dough out with a rolling pin on a flour-covered surface; it's so much easier. Also, I had to bake the "bowls" a lot longer than called for and let them cool afterwards a lot longer to "firm" them up. They're delicious otherwise.
Posted: 11/14/2011 5:04:21 PM
When I made this, it was not as easy as the video showed - the dough kept shrinking to where it didn't even resemble a bowl. I think I'll stick to making the bread as it was intended and putting the soup in a regular bowl.
Posted: 11/9/2011 11:27:21 AM
Once baked, return to oven and broil until golden brown
OR Allow it to dry out completely.
Cool and use as a party dip bowl.
Posted: 10/8/2011 8:56:58 AM
This recipe is as easy as the video shows. The bread bowls are the right size for children. They taste good and are a great way to get little ones to eat their soup