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Cheesy Rosemary Bread

I was looking for something quick to eat and great for fulfilling our 'sahur' menu this Ramadhan. In our family, bread is a must at breakfast time. But you know, sometimes I'm bored with plain white bread... 
hmm..what to do? Cheesy bread.. Why not?
So, if you need something cheesy for breakfast or brunch? Try this one.. With rosemary herb flavor in this soft bread, I'm sure you will get same experience with me... Have a try! @(^,^)@

Ingredients I:
• 4 tsp instant yeast
• 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
• 1 ½ cup warm milk
• 1 cup flour
Mix and stir all ingredients I until blended, cover with a kitchen towel or plastic wrap and let stand at room temperature until fluffy & bubbly approximately 30 minutes

Ingredients II:
• 4 ½ cups flour
• 2 medium eggs, beaten
• 150 g cold butter, cut into small squares

• 1 tsp fine salt
• 2 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary

Other Ingredients:
• About 300 grams of cheddar cheese for filling, cut into small cubes
• Fresh rosemary for toppings, roughly chopped
• Butter to spread toppings, soften at room temperature

 Once the ingredients I fluffy, mix in all ingredients II and knead until smooth and elastic. The process can use a machine or manually by hand (like I did).

 After the dough is smooth and elastic (no problem if it's a bit sticky in your fingers,and you can lightly dust your finger with flour if you want), cover with kitchen towel or plastic wrap and rest at room temperature for ± 60 minutes until fluffy and double in volume.

 Punch to remove air from the dough. Divide the dough into some small-same size-balls. You can weigh them up to perform same large circle.
Either you can use my way: Shape the dough lengthwise like a long pipe, then cut into 10 ~ 15 pieces and shape into a ball.

Flatten each ball and fill with cheese to taste, cover and form a ball again. Do the same thing until dough finished.

 Grease your round pan with vegetable oil, place balls on it and make space among them-like the picture. Cover with a kitchen towel and let it rest again for about 30 minutes.

 If it is near to baking time (about 20 minutes after you put the balls into the pan), pre heat oven at 160 ⁰C. Brush the bread with olive oil or canola oil (or other vegetable oil) and sprinkle with chopped fresh rosemary-like in the picture. Bake until cooked and browned on surface. Once out of the oven,while it's hot, basting them with soften margarine/ butter.

Happy Baking and Happy fasting (^,^)

Rosmarinus officinalis
Rosmarinus officinalis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


  1. Nothing like freshly baked rolls! Making them cheesy is making me hungry. I have a lot of rosemary right now, so this would be a perfect way to use it up. I'll bet these rolls didn't take long to get from oven to stomach-yum!

  2. Delicious! u back very well looks very soft.

  3. That looks super delicious! I love rosemary in bread...such a great flavor!

  4. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I really enjoy baking bread.
    I'm not familiar with bread improver, it can be replaced with something else? Can I make this bread without that ingredient?

  5. @mividaenundulce hello.. thx for visiting my page. U have a nice page too, nice to know U.
    Bread improver since it's only food additive, help bread fluffy better and has longer soft during storage. so actually U can skip on this recipe but since this should be soft bread, after 2 days you'll find this bread slightly hard. So make it and consume at once without it. :) thx

  6. Fabulous texture in this bread and that cheesy filling would be hugely popular in my house. :)

  7. Love fresh baked bread! This looks wonderful with the fresh rosemary!

  8. Mmmm....I think I can smell the rosemary while this is in the oven. Great recipe!


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