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Excellent bread and really easy. I will up the amount of cheese next time, because we really like it cheesy. This recipe will adapt well to many variations of herbs and cheeses.
So good and easy! Instead of powdered milk I used 1/4c milk and 3/4c water... I also used dry italian seasoning and fresh garlic.... Thanks for posting this Fairy Nuff:)
This was very yummy. I added black olives and garlic granules into the bread dough and used dried oregano instead of the fresh herbs. And it tasted fantastic! And so simple to make too!
This was my first attempt at making bread without the breadmaker though I did use the dough hooks on the stand mixer to kneak and mix. This was great to mop up the gravy. I think a bigger pan may produce a pull apart loaf as was it had to be sliced. Thank you Fairy Nuff for one I will try again and experiment with a little.
I am giving this 5 stars because my kids absolutely LOVED this bread! It didn't pull apart very easy so I ended up slicing it. The kids didn't care. Next time I make it I will add some garlic salt. This was a tasty recipe! Made for the October Aussie/NZ recipe swap.
I love the photos for this bread! They really answered a lot of my questions in how to form the dough. I made this for a dinner party to go with lasagna and salad. I used fresh parsley, oregano, chopped onion, and mozz. cheese. The mozz. doesn't give the nice contrast color of the cheddar, though, but tastes good. I didn't measure but I'd guess I at least doubled the herbs. I used a 9x5 loaf pan but am thinking it the layers would show up more distinctly in a larger pan or not using all the dough. The last five disks of dough really overcrowded my pan. The bread turned out perfectly when sliced, but the layers were too compacted to pull apart by hand. The taste and texture went great with my lasagna. Thanks so much, Fairy Nuff, for posting such a neat recipe that is "'guest-worthy." Roxygirl
This was really nice. I made the dough in my bread machine. I like that the dough was easy to work with and roll out. I would add more of the mixture though to each slice. It also made a very pretty bread. I served this with lasagne and it was the perfect accompament.
I have been want to try this recipe for a while now, and finally got around to making it!! And I wasn't disappointed at all!! I think I might also add some jalapenos to the cheese mix next time. The only problem I had with the bread was the after 15 minutes of letting it cool down, the top crust became pretty hard. I was thinking maybe of brushing the top with egg white next time rather than milk. Will see how that turns out. Overall we really liked the bread and will be making it often. Thanks for a great recipe Fairy Nuff :)
What a GREAT recipe! Very easy. I didn't roll out the discs, but rather used my hands to flatten each - -making them slightly uneven, which didn't really matter when it rose. Suggestion...put 1 1/2 cups water, divided in the ingredients. It was very forgiving on the raising, as I was out in the garden for the 2nd raising and it ended up raising 1 1/2 hours and didn't flop over the sides of the pan. We didn't pull it apart when we ate it, but rather, I sliced it thickly and toasted to have with spaghetti....my family said this was the best bread recipe I've tried yet for having with spaghetti. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!!!