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Cretan Bread Rings With Herbs or Spices

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Nutritional information

51.3
Calories
20 g
Calories From Fat
2.2 g
Total Fat
0.3 g
Saturated Fat
0 mg
Cholesterol
23.7 mg
Sodium
6.7 g
Carbs
0.3 g
Dietary Fiber
0 g
Sugars
0.9 g
Protein
791g
Serving Size

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Cretan Bread Rings With Herbs or Spices

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Made these up as appetizers pretty much the way you indicated in the introduction, although I used anise, cinnamon, rosemary & basil, & those have encouraged me to try other spices in the future! Definitely enjoyed not only making these little tasties, but also serving them to guests! Definitely a keeper of a recipe! Thanks for posting it! [Made & reviewed in the current ADOPT A TAG event]

  • 2hrs 10mins

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Prep Time: 20 m   |   Cook Time: 2hrs 10mins   |  Serves:

Cretan Bread Rings With Herbs or Spices, This is something very easy and successful that you can serve as appetizer with wine or other drinks
You can use your favorite herbs or spices dividing the dough and adding in each part a different kind of flavor and shaping them in different manner
I like them fresh and still soft inside, but you can cook them at lover temperature and longer for grissini” like ones
For my guests I divided the dough in 4 parts adding anise seeds, coriander, rosemary (fresh) and oregano and y served them with white wine
I like small rings As in my photos 4 pieces fits on a small espresso plate!”, Made these up as appetizers pretty much the way you indicated in the introduction, although I used anise, cinnamon, rosemary & basil, & those have encouraged me to try other spices in the future! Definitely enjoyed not only making these little tasties, but also serving them to guests! Definitely a keeper of a recipe! Thanks for posting it! [Made & reviewed in the current ADOPT A TAG event], These were pretty good 🙂 I put dried parsley, dried cilantro, and parmesan cheese in mine 🙂 We ate them really fast, and I’m looking forward to making them again soon:)

 

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Steps

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Dilute yeast in water, add flour, oil, salt, pepper and work until dough is soft and malleable (if necessary add some more flour). Cover with a towel and leave it rise until doubled.

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Add herbs or spices (if you want make parts of the dough and add different spices or herbs) and work the dough one more minute.

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Cut the dough into about 50 pieces. Roll thin strains of about 10 cm (4 inches) of lenght, shape the dough into rings, place in an oiled baking tin, quite apart from each other and allow them to rise again (I place them in the cold oven, with a bowl of warm water to increase the humidity and light onI).

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Bake at 350°F/180°C until they gain a little color (about 10 minutes). Some poeple prefere bigger rings, in this case they will need at least 15 minutes.

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Note 1: for soft rings place in the oven a try with boiling water.

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Note 2: for dry rings reduce the heat and bake until golden. Dry them on a grid.

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Note 3: make different knot for each kind of spices/herbs.

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Bobby Ryan

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Easy and delicious - and very filling too.  I used a jalapeno pepper that added a nice kick to the dish.  I also subbed in a corn tortilla instead of flour so as to make it gluten free.  Thanks for sharing!  Rookie Recipe Tag
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Easy and delicious - and very filling too.  I used a jalapeno pepper that added a nice kick to the dish.  I also subbed in a corn tortilla instead of flour so as to make it gluten free.  Thanks for sharing!  Rookie Recipe Tag
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Mexican Eggs With Crispy Tortilla Slices
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Filipino Bistek

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