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Cinnamon Bread

Ingredients For the Basic White Bread Dough

8 ozs Strong Plain White Flour

Knob of butter (size of walnut)

1 sachet dried yeast

half teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon sugar

75ml warm milk

Ingredients For cinnamon Filling

1 - 1.5 ozs butter

1 tablespoon brown sugar

1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon

Icing Sugar for dusting

Prheat oven to 200°C/Gas 8/fan


Make a basic bread dough and while it is having its first rise, cream all the the cinnamon filling ingredients together (do not include the icing sugar - thisis for dusting the finished bread)

Cinnamon Bread - processAfter the first rise, roll out the bread dough to a 12" square. Spread the cinnamon filling evenly on top of the rolled out bread dough and roll up like a swiss roll, tuck the ends in making sure it is seals, now cut the dough through at 1" intervals, and pull each section in opposit directions. Photo's 1 & 2 should help you with this.

Now leave the roll to rise again for approximately 30/40 minutes when risen bake in hot oven 200 deg. C for approx 20/25 minutes. Leave to cool then dust with icing sugard.

This is delicious with coffee for elevenses and impresses all of my friends.

Tags: Christmas Cake

Added by: katyk

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