www.CookingWhiz.com
www.CookingWhiz.com
 
Food and Health
Beverage Guide
Recipe Search
Sugar-free & Low-Fat
Cookbooks
Cooking Terms
Cooking Facts
Food News
Herbs and Spice Glossary
History of Cooking
Organic Food
Vegetarian
Pet Recipes
World Hunger
Recipe Search





Share |

CHEDDAR BREAD RING

Category:    Cheese, Bread, Yeast bread
Yield:4 servings
 
  2 3/4 c  Bread Flour                         2 tb Sugar; Granulated
      1 pk Active Dry Yeast; OR                1 tb Active Dry Yeast; Bulk
    3/4 ts Salt                                1 c  Milk
      2 tb Butter                          1 1/2 c  Cheddar; Sharp, Shredded
           Butter                         
 
  NOTE:  You can use Unbleached All-Purpose flour in this recipe and up to
         3 cups total.
  ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
  Combine 1 1/2 cups of the flour, the sugar, undissolved yeast and salt
  thoroughly in a large bowl.  Heat the milk and butter together until very
  warm (115-125 degrees F.).  Gradually add to the dry ingredients and beat
  at medium speed on an electric mixer for 2 minutes, scraping the bowl
  occasionally.  Add 1/2 cup of the flour and the cheese.  Beat fir 2 minutes
  on high speed on the mixer, scraping the bowl occasionally.  Stir in enough
  additional flour to make a stiff but light dough.  Turn the dough out onto
  a lightly floured surface and knead until smooth and elastic, 5 to 8
  minutes.  Place in a greased bowl, turning once to grease the top. Cover
  with a dishtowel that has been soaked in hot water and then wrung out until
  almost dry.  Let rise in a warm place until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour.
  Punch the dough down and turn out on a lightly floured surface and shape
  into a 20-inch rope.  Place seam side down in a buttered 6 1/2 cup ring
  mold, pinching the ends together.  Cover and let rise in warm place until
  nearly doubled in bulk, about 35 to 40 minutes. Bake in a preheated 350
  degree F. oven for 25 to 30 minutes.  Remove from the ring mold. NOTE: For
  a softer crust, brush with melted butter while still hot. Crust will become
  crisp when cool if you do not.
 

Send to a Friend
Print

And enter a keyword or phrase to search over 50,000 recipes:

ENTER KEYWORD

 



Food and Health | Beverage Guide | Recipe Search | Sugar-free & Low-Fat | Cookbooks | Cooking Terms | Cooking Facts | Food News
Herbs and Spice Glossary | History of Cooking | Organic Food | Vegetarian | Pet Recipes | World Hunger | Partners | Site map

 

 
Cooking Home | Recipes | Privacy Policy | Unsubcribe | Contact  
 Graphic Design © CookingWhiz.com