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Peace and bread…

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“A crust eaten in peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety”.
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Swedish dill bread

30 g fresh yeast
100 ml warm water
500 g bread flour
15 g salt
50 g fresh dill, finely chopped
150 g cream cheese
2 onions, chopped and stewed
30 g butter
1 egg, whisked

Pre-heat the oven to 180ºC.
Grease 2 loaf pans.
Dissolve yeast with the water.
In a bowl combine the flour, the onions, cheese, butter, egg and the water with the yeast.
Mix everything with the dough hook attachment until smooth.
Place the dough into a bowl covered with a cloth or wrap film, in a tempered place (24ºC) until it doubles its size (1/2 hour approximately).
Fold gently and place the dough into de loaf pans.
Cover with a cloth or wrap film, in a tempered place (24ºC) until it doubles its size again.
Bake for 45 minutes.
Unmould and let it cool completely.

Dill is an herb originated in Asia with aromatic fernlike leaves.
Dill is said to be best when used fresh, as it loses its flavor rapidly if dried.
Is a very common herb in the Northern European cuisine mainly used to flavor fish dishes.


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14 Responses to “Peace and bread…”

  1. thepinkpeppercorn em 25 February, 2009

    DELICIOUS! I still can’t get over the quality of recipes and photography on here!! Wowww!

  2. Val em 25 February, 2009

    What a gorgeous loaf of bread! How lovely to see baked bread with such a beautiful crust! Well done!! ;o}

  3. Dilek em 26 February, 2009

    It looks yummy. Since I live in Izmir I see fresh and hot bread all the time I’ll try to make this recipe:)

  4. Rosa em 26 February, 2009

    A gorgeous bread! Your pictures are really beautiful!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  5. Irene em 27 February, 2009

    Oh, beautiful! What a coincidence, I am also going to bake bread (but tomorrow). Cream cheese, dill…. you have me very intrigued! The photos are absolutely lovely.

  6. Matias Zakrisson em 1 March, 2009

    I use to make a French roast/toast bread with a lot of dill and Wästerbottensost (a Swedish cheese) Its nice to roast…Nice pics!

  7. Aysem Oztas em 3 March, 2009

    Hi from Istanbul,Turkey. I love your blog. Photo and recipes; only one word, excellent. As soon As possible, I try your recipes… Thanks for sharing…

  8. lisa (dandysugar) em 3 March, 2009

    This is a gorgeous loaf of bread. It must be delicious with the dill! Lovely.

  9. Kevin em 3 March, 2009

    That dill bread looks really good!

  10. latifa em 15 March, 2009

    I love bread.
    yours looks delicious!

  11. ROOM design studio em 26 April, 2009

    I made this with Yogurt instead of cream cheese( cz I didnt have any hehe) and added in chives!

    I love it!

  12. ROOM design studio em 26 April, 2009

    oh and forgot to tell you that everything worked perfectly.. BUT I FORGOT THE SALT hahaha :)

  13. fragolina em 10 July, 2010

    all your bread photos are brilliant. superbe.

  14. Eating for the Rest of Us em 18 November, 2010

    Looks great! Interesting Idea indeed!

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