Wedding Bread

This unusual bread recipe is a prize winner from the 2005 Oregon State Fair. Use a little imagination to decorate the loaf for a beautiful, artistic bread.

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Submitted By Tatiana Bilancia from Oak Grove, OR
This unusual bread recipe is a prize winner from the 2005 Oregon State Fair. Use a little imagination to decorate the loaf for a beautiful, artistic bread.
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Submitted By Tatiana Bilancia from Oak Grove, OR
This unusual bread recipe is a prize winner from the 2005 Oregon State Fair. Use a little imagination to decorate the loaf for a beautiful, artistic bread.
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  1. 1. Mix yeast with 1 tsp sugar and warm milk.



    2. Stir egg yolks, sugar and melted butter together. Add yeast.



    3. Put flour in a large bowl. Make a hole in the middle, pour in the egg yolk mix and beaten egg whites, add salt and knead the dough until it does not stick to your hands- about 30 minutes. Put bowl in a warm place.



    4. When the dough doubles in size, knead a little and return to warm place for a while longer. When the dough rises again, cut about ¼ of the dough off and set aside. From the rest of the dough, form a round bread and put it on a baking sheet.



    5. Make a decoration form the ¼ piece of dough (flower, heart, stripes, etc.). Brush bread with water so the decoration will stick. Let bread stay in warm place until it doubles again. Bake in oven at 350°F for approximately 30 minutes, or until a wooden kebob skewer will come out dry.



    6. Remove the bread from the oven, brush with butter or sweetened water, wrap in clean towel and leave to rest for a night.



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