She always told us to wait until it cools down. Guess what? Yes, you are right, we never did. As soon as the bread was warm enough to handle, we would brake a piece out of it, pour a glass of buttermilk, and run outside to eat it. Life is good with bread!
This bread is made from the same dough that my usual bread with addition of filling.
|Filling: one egg, 2/3 cup farmer's cheese, 1 tbsp dry dill, salt|
|Filling mixed and ready to be used|
|Dough is rolled and the filing is evenly distributed on the top|
Yum! It looks so good .. I love dill.. and bread!ReplyDelete
Your bread looks lovely and yummy.ReplyDelete
This looks gorgeous and amazingly delicious!ReplyDelete
love stuffed bread.ReplyDelete
I like stuffed bread with plums. my mom makes stuffed bread with sauerkraut.
your stuffed is great, i like a lot the combination. My husband love the dill and garlic sauce.
have a nice day
Looks superb :)ReplyDelete
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This cheese bread looks amazing! I made anari/ricotta cheese the other day. I think this recipe with my cheese will make a perfect combination!ReplyDelete
Ooh I'm loving that ribbons of cheese and herbs through it! :DReplyDelete
That looks amazing. I love the smell of freshly baking bread.ReplyDelete
I could feel the strong aroma from the oven. loveee it. :)ReplyDelete
What a lovely cheesey dill bread!Yum yum! I have been busy making the sweet bread(coz my children love them) & in fact, I like savoury bread as much as the sweet bread!Thumbs up for this one!ReplyDelete
I love savory breads and your bread seems so wonderfully done - awesome!:)ReplyDelete
That is cool! Love your saying 'Life is good with bread!'ReplyDelete
Great photo Marina!
Simply excellent. Must be very tasty. Great recipe.ReplyDelete
Family recipes are always a success, plus they are connected with the most beautiful parts of our lives, those of our childhood. This bread is definitely good not only because it contains such great flavors as dill, cheese and egg but also because it contains the love of your grandmother which will always be with you!ReplyDelete
Love your dill bread. Really looks fantastic-) I should bake KULEBYAKA-))) Would be a good post.ReplyDelete
Never thought of putting dill into bread - oh man, this would totally make my peanut butter and pickle sandwiches classy! Gotta try it!ReplyDelete