This is a fatty. greasy, salty, high-calorie gut bomb comfort food, that needs to be shared between a lot of people…but if you can’t accept how that is a beautiful, joie de vivre experience that everyone should succumb to, in moderation of course, every once in a while…
Well…we probably can’t be friends.
Take a loaf of crusty French bread and cut out a large space from the center.
Cut 1/2 inch thick slices out of the Velveeta, and create a “wall” around the edges of the bread, as a reservoir for the chili.
Pour in 2-3 cups of your favorite homemade chili (I suppose you could use canned chili as well, just don’t admit it publicly.) I use our “Real Deal Chili“, our Brisket Chili, or our Ground Turkey Masa Chili (pictured)…all three are awesome.
Wrap the whole loaf with aluminum foil and bake in a 450 degree F oven for 20-30 minutes.
Slice into chunks and serve.
Top with diced onions, and chopped cilantro.
(…and then go do some sit-ups)
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