Sunday, July 13, 2014

SRC - Georgian Cheese Bread

This flatbread is delicious and very similar to a stuffed pizza.




Its time for Secret Recipe Club again - I love being part of this fun club! My favorite part of the SRC is assignment day - I love when I get that e-mail in my inbox with the link to the blog that I get to choose my recipe from. I also love that most of my assignments have all come from blogs I have never been to before, it's really a great opportunity to find some fabulous bloggers out there and some delicious recipes. If you are not familiar with exactly how this club works, you can stop by the website and learn all about it - maybe even join in! Basically you are (secretly) assigned a blog to checkout, browse through their recipes, choose one to make and blog about it. It's a lot of fun!

This month my assignment was Sarah's Kitchen.  According to her bio, Sarah loves to craft, shop, cook and bake.  Sarah, I think we could be besties. Especially after trying this fabulous recipe for Georgian Cheese Bread.
Sarahs blog had so many great recipes to choose from, I almost made her Lemon Garlic Shrimp and Grits and have it pinned for a later day. As well as her Thai Chicken Lettuce Cups. I settled on the Georgian Cheese Bread because I love making bread and this was one I had never heard of, not to mention it was stuffed with cheese and that's always a good thing.

I adapted this recipe to work in my bread machine, I'll give you that recipe.  If you don't have a bread machine check out Sarah's Kitchen for the original recipe.



Ingredients:
1 2/3 cup of flour
7 tablespoons water
1 large egg
1 teaspoon salt
2 1/4 teaspoons of bread machine yeast

1 cup shredded havarti cheese, mine is diced finely because I could only find slices of havarti.
1 cup shredded mozzerella cheese
1 teaspoon melted butter

Directions:
Place the first 5 ingredients in your bread machine as directed by your manufacturer. Set the machine on the dough cycle and let it run.



Once its done, lay the dough out on a floured surface and roll into a 7 inch circle.



Press the cheeses together to form a ball and place that ball of cheese in the center of the dough.



Know form a ball around the cheese by bringing the sides up and forming a knot on the top of the dough.  Gently flatten this ball and then roll out to an 11 inch circle.



Make a 6 inch x in the center of the dough.  Bake at 500 degrees for 8-10 minutes.  While its baking melt the butter in a saucepan.  Brush the butter on the bread after the times up and put it back in the oven for 3-5 minutes, until golden brown.



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16 comments:

  1. What a great recipe! I've never made a cheese-stuffed flat bread before - definitely trying it. Thanks!

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  2. Bread + Cheese, how can you go wrong with that combo. I'm so going to try my hand at this, soon. Great SRC choice.

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  3. This bread sounds fabulous! Great SRC pick!

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  4. Hi Danielle,
    I would just love your Georgian Cheese Bread, it looks awesome!
    Great recipe for the SRC!
    Miz Helen

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  5. Oh this looks like a really good snacking bread! Great SRC choice!

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  6. Everyone loves bread and cheese. Wonderful SRC post!

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  7. I could give up any food except for cheese! This is a great looking recipe. Thanks for cooking with the SRC.

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  8. It looks gorgeous. I've seen so many delicious Georgian recipes online recently and will have to have a go at some.

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  9. Oh wow, I could eat way too much of this bread. I love that you adapted for the bread maker. Pinning to make soon! Visiting from SRC B!

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  10. I've never heard of this kind of bread before, but if it has cheese in the name...I'm so there!

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  11. This bread looks really good! I love using my bread machine to make dough and then bake the bread in my oven. I can't wait to try this recipe.

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  12. Holy crap that sounds good. My husband would love it with that havarti cheese, too

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  13. This recipe looks so good! I'm always up for a good cheese bread. :)

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  14. Pinning this to our Mostly Homemade Mondays board! Thanks for linking up this week.

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