Ingredients

How to make it

  • Add yeast to water. Let stand a few minutes. Stir to dissolve. Combine milk, margarine and sugar; cool to lukewarm. Add eggs, salt and 2 cups of flour. Beat thoroughly. Stir in yeast mixture. Blend in remaining flour and beat 5 minutes. Do not knead. Oil dough (I spray with Pam). Cover and let rise until double bulk or about one hour.
  • Turn out on lightly floured surface and knead one minute. Shape into a ring or any shape desired (good for rolls, also). Let rise until double in bulk or about 30 minutes. For tea ring, bake at 375F 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Glaze as desired. Rolls bake for 20-25 minutes at 375F..

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    " It was excellent "
    annieamie ate it and said...
    This is such a lovely recipe and thank you for posting it. (I'll remove it from the Absolute Fudge Group for you. ) I like that there's no sugar in the dough recipe and that you glaze the dough after its baked! I'm definitely going to try your recipe and bet it'll become a family favorite! Thanks again for posting it!
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  • rosemaryblue 5 years ago
    Nice, nice recipe!
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  • falafel_fanatic 5 years ago
    Thanks! We are planning a tea party and these would be a great addition to serve with the tea.
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  • falafel_fanatic 5 years ago
    Thanks! We are planning a tea party and these would be a great addition to serve with the tea.
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    " It was excellent "
    bakermel ate it and said...
    Sounds good :)
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  • elle55 6 years ago
    Thank you. HOpe you like it. Viola's tea rings were great. She was kind enough to share it with my church to instruct the younger members in how to make tea rings.
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    " It was excellent "
    krumkake ate it and said...
    I grew up on this delicacy for Sunday "after church" brunch at my grandmothers - the bread ring was also always served at any family or celebration "smorgasbord". My grandmother's recipe was mouth-watering, tender and delicious, and I never got her recipe. Thank you so much for sharing yours - I will definitely give this one a try!
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