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Cheese & Onion Pull Apart Loaf

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Ingredients

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0.5 (500 g) packet frozen chopped onions
2 cups self raising flour
1 teaspoon salt
60 g butter, diced
1 egg, lightly beaten
3/4 cup milk
1 tablespoon grainy mustard
2/3 cup grated tasty cheese
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley

Nutritional information

328
Calories
138 g
Calories From Fat
15.4 g
Total Fat
9.2 g
Saturated Fat
76.3 mg
Cholesterol
597.1 mg
Sodium
36.6 g
Carbs
2 g
Dietary Fiber
0.3 g
Sugars
10.6 g
Protein
151g
Serving Size

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Cheese & Onion Pull Apart Loaf

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    This was a very tasty way to serve bread. I had the same problem that other reviewers had, in that my dough was a bit sticky and was difficult to work with. Oh well, no major castrophe really, because I will make this again, experimenting to see what variety of cheese we prefer. Made for Zaar Stars tag game.

    • 75 min
    • Serves 6
    • Easy

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    Cheese & Onion Pull Apart Loaf, A scrumptious pull apart bread filled with onions, cheese and parsley, with a few yummy additional extras that can be added See the Notes below Great with winter soups or summer antipasto, dips and salads Adapted from a recipe on the Simply Great Meals Club website, and saved here for safe-keeping until I have a chance to make it , This was a very tasty way to serve bread I had the same problem that other reviewers had, in that my dough was a bit sticky and was difficult to work with Oh well, no major castrophe really, because I will make this again, experimenting to see what variety of cheese we prefer Made for Zaar Stars tag game , Nice bread! I found the dough a little sticky to work with so added a little extra flour Loved the onion and cheese flavors mixed in This went really well with a bowl of soup Thanks!


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    Steps

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    Place the Frozen Onions in a Microwave Safe Bowl and Heat in the Microwave on High For 4 Minutes.

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    Sift the Flour and Salt Into a Mixing Bowl; Add the Butter and Rub It in With Your Fingertips to Resemble Fine Breadcrumbs.

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    Mix the Egg, Milk and Mustard Together; Add Them to the Flour Mixture and Mix to Form a Soft Dough.

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    Turn the Dough Out Onto a Well-Floured Surface and Knead Lightly; and Then Divide the Mixture Into Approximately 14 Uneven Pieces.

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    Line a Greased 14cm X 22cm Loaf Pan With Baking Paper; and Place Half the Dough in Pieces Over the Base.

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    Sprinkle With Half of the Onion, Cheese and Parsley; Then Cover It With the Remaining Dough and the Remaining Onion, Cheese and Parsley.

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    Bake the Loaf in a Preheated Oven at 200c /400f For 40-45 Minutes or Until It Is a Rich Golden Brown.

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    Notes: This Is Best Eaten Hot Straight from the Oven. Add Chopped Kalamata Olives or Diced Bacon With the Onion For a Tasty Addition.

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