12 Reviews

Made for the Goddesses of ZWT-9, DH & I both loved this bread. Except for the addition of garlic powder equal to 2 cloves of garlic, it was made as written. The texture was lovely & the feta flavor very subtle. It was slathered w/butter while still warm from my ABM & was perfect to accompany Marinated Olives, #361372 by PaulaG plus a lightly-creamed soup that cleaned the fridge of all the leftovers -- A yummy meal! Thx for sharing your delicious recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis July 21, 2013

This is a delicious bread, which I opted to start in my bread machine and finish in the oven so I could shape it. I used kalamata olives for a more Greek taste and they were perfect. Made for ZWT #9.

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CaliforniaJan July 15, 2013

Based on a report from class of third graders, I give this recipe a 4. My son had a Greek project to do for school and we chose cooking. I liked the ease of using the bread machine. I personally wish my olives hadn't turned out so tiny, but the machine did that. My son loves feta and expected to be able to taste it in the bread. so he was alittle dissappointed even though he said his food entry was chosen #1 over everyone elses. Will probably make again and shape the loaf myself to keep the olives in form. Thank You Annacia!!!

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Chef Mommie November 24, 2010

I made this without the olives as I don't like them. The flavour fell a bit flat probably because of the missing olives. I am surprised that the feta cheese did not come through more in bread.. Based on my results I don't think you can substitute the olives out of the bread. So if you like olives - make this bread!

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Deantini December 12, 2009

Loved this bread!! Use the dough cycle on my bread machine then shaped loaf ...let it rise for 45 minutes then cooked for 22 minutes in 375 degree oven. Turned out perfect. I did brush bread with an egg white right before baking.

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Red in US August 09, 2009

excellent just the way it is!

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Iam4ever29 April 11, 2009

We absolutely loved this bread with our Greek themed dinner! I will be making this many times over, as it was so delicious. I can't tell you how much the ingredients in this bread adds to the taste in this recipe. It's insanely good!

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FoodieFanatic February 13, 2009

This is such a beautiful bread and has a very nice texture. The feta gave it a almost creamy note and matched well with the rosemary & olives. I used the bread machine through the dough cycle, shaped it into a loose oval, and dimpled like focaccia. After baking in the oven it was perfection. Made for ZWT4.

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Susie D June 16, 2008

Wow, this was good! Very salty, though. :) But with feta, kalamatas, and sea salt, that is kind of to be expected. The feta really made the texture wonderful, and it made for a fantastic Grecian Grilled Cheese! Thank you for posting, made for ZWT4.

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CraftScout June 10, 2008

Very good as written! I had to add a couple of tablespoons of water, but that was no problem!!! Made for ZWT 4.

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Charmie777 June 09, 2008
Greek Bread (Abm)