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2 (1 lb.) loaves frozen loaf style bread dough (not dinner rolls)
1 pkg. hot sausage
1 (5 oz.) bag Parmesan cheese, grated
2 eggs

Allow the dough to thaw (follow directions on the package for this).
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Scramble sausage in skillet to brown; take off
stove. Add cheese and eggs; stir. Let sit while you complete the
next step.

Roll the 2 loaves out separately. They should roll out to be
elongated rectangular shapes. Spread sausage mixture equally on top
of each rectangle all the way to the edges. Begin rolling the dough
to close it. Close the seam tightly by pinching the dough so you no
longer see the seam. Also, close the ends by pinching them as well.
When you have all the edges pinched, you will not see any sausage.
It looks like a loaf again.

Spray cooking sheet and place loaves on sheet, seam side down. Make
sure you leave enough space between the loaves for expansion. Bake
at 350 degrees until golden brown, about 30 minutes. When it comes out, I
usually spread butter over the top to soften the bread. Cut and
serve. I like mine with Grey Poupon mustard. Makes 2 loaves.

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