Ingredients

How to make it

  • Mix the flour with the grated cheese, the eggs, the shortening and 100 grams of warm milk in which you have previously dissolved the yeast, add warm milk until it reaches the consistency of bread dough. knead the dough till it becomes smooth .Flatten the dough on a table like a big pizza (it needs to be half an inch thick). On top of it spread the provolone, the bacon, the bologna and salame then roll the dough tightly. With the dough roll create a big donut and place it in a buttered pan, I usually use the pan with the hole in the middle. Let it raise in the fridge overnight. Bake it in a preheated oven at 180 C ( 350 F) for about 40 minutes, until the surface browns.
  • You can serve it warm or at room temperature.
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    " It was excellent "
    choclytcandy ate it and said...
    yummee
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  • suestonebender 6 years ago
    I've been pining for a new bread recipe to try out this weekend, and this sounds soooooo good! Thanks for sharing this, Dora.
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  • dora 7 years ago
    Judith, of course you can use butter if you prefere, I never tried this specific one with oil but every other time that I substituted butter or lard with oil it gave me great results, even better I would say.
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  • decobabe 7 years ago
    Current thinking is that lard is healthier than the transfats in Crisco! Could this be made with oil or butter?
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  • dora 7 years ago
    Thanks! It's been a huge success with my husband's family!
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  • dee 7 years ago
    This bread sounds wonderful. I look forward to making some... SOON!
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