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Cheesebread

Say cheese

Though summer and therefore grilling season is coming to it’s end, it never is too late to post the cheesebread recipe. Let it cheer up your autumn instead. Make a nice mushroom soup and bake a cheesebread for those who do not eat mushrooms. For it’s so good, it almost counts as a meal on it’s own. Try and enjoy, different cheeses and different flavors for your liking. It’s delicious!

Cheesebread in a form

350g    White flour

200g    Lukewarm water

15g    Fresh yeast

7g    Salt

10g    Sugar

20g    Oil

170g    Diced cheese (I used processed cheddar cheese and some gouda, too. Like the color of the cheddar when slicing the bread. To dice the the processed cheese I unwrap the slices, pile them and squeeze them together. Then I have a chunk of cheese to dice.)

1. Dice the cheese and place into freezer. This way it doesn’t get smashed into the dough, when kneading. Then again, freezing the cheese also lengthens the proofing time.

2. Measure the flour, water, yeast, salt, sugar and oil into a bowl and knead ’till a smooth, elastic dough is formed. I kneaded my bread this time with the Bosch, and it did work out, almost as good as hand. Just a bit too fast.

3. Cover the dough with a cloth and let it proof for about 40 minutes, ’till about doubled. Then scrape your dough onto a working table (don’t let the picture fool you), spread it our a bit and pour the frozen cheese cubes over it. Knead the cheese gently into the dough, so that the cubes are evenly distributed.

Do as I say, not as I do

4. Shape the dough into a long loaf, so that it fills your bread form. Grease the form and place the dough into it. Let the bread proof covered for about an hour, ’till clearly risen. It might take a while to proof now, ’cause of the cold cheese, so let it take it’s time.

5. Heat up the oven to 190°C and place your bread onto the bottom-mid level of it. Let it bake for 30 minutes, keeping an eye on the browning, and if necessary, turning the bread around. If your bread is a lot paler from the bottom, simply take it out of it’s form, and lastly bake without a mold for some time.

6. Let it cool, slice and enjoy. Doesn’t store too well, so don’t worry if you end up eating it all in a one go. Or then freeze some of it right away.

Marika~

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