Pull-Apart Cheesy Onion Bread
The unmolded loaf can be stored at room temperature for up to 2 days. Rewarm before serving.
There is no way the instructions for cutting can work. I needed to totally rearrange them to get them to fill the pan. One stack of 10 layers 2" x 2 1/4" can't work in a 9 x 4" loaf pan.Read More
This really sounds good, but add me to the gripe fest. Can’t all the ingredients be mixed together instead of stacking them? Or is that what makes this bread easy to pull apart? Why not just slice it? That seems simpler. Also does EVERYTHING have to be made with a food processor? I don't own one and don’t want to.Read More
I don't understand the recipe. 2" x 24" pieces? I can't picture how this will work.Read More
jayess99 Yes, it is basically like a stack of cards layed on their side in the loaf pan- with the onion mixture between each "card". I found it easier to serve with stew for Christmas dinner making about 5 "strata" type layers (horizontal to the bottom of the pan, instead of perpendicular) and then cutting the dough, before cooking, into about 10 square rolls to pull apart. These were incredibly tasty! I came back to get the recipe again in preparation for this Christmas. It will definitely be part of the annual tradition!Read More
the 1-star rating is not because I don't like the bread, it's because the instructions don't make sense. Roll this out to a 2x24' rectangle then cut it into ten pieces (which will each be 2x2.4")? What are we making, a deck of cards? Maybe I'm missing something but I've read this over about five times and I don't see how this can work. Will someone please explain? thank you.Read More