My first attempt at wool bread.
It doesn’t look all that pretty, but it was my first try after all.
To make the bread, I sort of combined 2 recipes into one. I thought Food Network’s Chocolate Cinnamon Roll Wool Bread sounded superb but I also liked the idea of stuffing the bread a la King Arthur’s Filled Wool Bread. So, therefore, the merging of the 2 recipes.
The resulting taste was excellent, but obviously, I need to improve on my dough-rolling and scoring. Practice makes perfect, as they say. Plus I still have a lot of yeast I need to finish, remember?
More wool bread, or any bread, is on the horizon at Casa Angie. And that would be a fine thing, so says the husband. The man does love his bread.
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Hi, Angie; that wool bread looks really good, I can’t blame your husband for wanting more! Thank you so much for hosting another great FF party, and also for featuring my Quesadilla Packets with Dahlia. This week, I am sharing two rice recipes, one savoury and the other sweet: #5 Tlaxcala Style White Rice and #6 Arroz con Leche – Rice Puddng. Have a wonderful weekend!
Thanks, though I’ve seen other wool bread creations out there that look much better than mine, lol. Oh well, it’s the taste that counts, right?! Your dahlia quesadillas certainly pique my interest!
Miz Helen says
Thanks so much for featuring my Pesto Chicken Pasta Casserole, I really appreciate it! Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for the party!
It sounds so delish, Miz Helen. Thanks for sharing!
Once again another GREAT party FULL of inspiring projects and recipes – thanks for hosting! I brought SONORAN CLAM CHOWDER, STRAWBERRY PINEAPPLE BANANA BREAD and SPICY PIMIENTO CHEESE BURGERS. Have a WONDERFUL weekend.
Mmm… yum! Everything sounds delicious, Tamy. Thanks for sharing!
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
I’ve never heard of wool bread. Fascinating! I’ll have to check it out…
Thanks for hosting. Lovely roundup as always xxx
It’s fairly new. I started seeing a lot of wool bread creations last year, but didn’t have the chance of making one until now. It’s definitely interesting and tasty.
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
I got to the party and saw my Korean beef & rice bowls!! I am honored to be featured! Thank you so much. And thanks for hosting the party! Have a wonderful week!
I just love Korean food and rice bowls of any kind, and yours combine the two! So delicious!
sharmin akter says
A beautiful collection of recipes. all the images are very mouth-watering. I also loved the recipe for Pesto Chicken Pasta Casserole. it seems new to me. thank you so much. Have a wonderful day