5 Reviews

I have been meaning to review this for a long time,during which I have made it several times and played around with it quite a bit.It is wonderful as written but I have been baking it in four 8 inch cake pans,adding sundried tomatoes,olives etc. to the onion mixture and then slicing it for party sandwiches.Serve in wedges and it looks beautiful.I also made some this way with cinnamon and raisins and prepared it with chicken salad.

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xalapamom October 16, 2009

I followed this recipe to the letter (paying particular attention to not adding too much flour) and it was absolutely delicious. I sliced it hot out of the oven, buttered it and served it with a Thai style Pumpkin & Sweet potato soup. It was so good I just wanted to eat the bread and forget the soup! My toddler demolished some of the left over bread this morning so its got the kiddy thumbs up too. I changed the servings to just make one loaf, but seeing how delish it was I see now why the original recipe is for 3 loaves - maybe making three will help it last longer than half a day in my house :D Next time I'll take this bread on a picnic and serve with butter, cheese, olives, salami, pickled onions and a nice cold beer. The bread is soft with a touch of oniony sweetness, whilst the onions in the crust which touch the tin during cooking get slightly burned (in a good way!) and taste a little bitter and barbequed which compliments the sweetness perfectly. Soooooooo good. Highly recommended. Ok i'll stop now :D

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KateyKate May 19, 2008

What a delicious bread!I didn't use loaf pans,just made round loaves.The combination of the onions and sugar make this so tasty.I also added a tsp of dried rosemary to the onions when I sauteed them.The house really does smell like a bakery now.

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LuuvBunny April 02, 2010

This is the best bread... LOVE IT!!! The instructions are wonderful...really SO helpful...I halved it and hand shaped one large loaf...I didn't really worry about 1/2ing the "sesame/garlic/onion" bit so I had one loaded fat bread :) :) I brushed the top with a bit of OVOO, sea salt and a dusting extra of seeds...the scent of it baking was heavenly...reminded me truly of a bakery...and the flavor of the bread made me think of an "everything bagel" (which I haven't had in over a decade)...truly yummy- a deliciously perfect blend of sweet- buttery and salty -savory...I am in LOVE with this recipe THANKS NETANYA!! :)

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free-free March 13, 2009

This is the first handmade, homemade bread recipe I've ever tried and I was DELIGHTED with the results (I uploaded some pictures of my first bread loaf EVER - so excited). This was GREAT! I made 1/3 of the recipe (for 1 loaf) as I had NO experience making bread and didn't want 3 loaves of tragic waste. I wish I had made all 3 now! I followed the recipe EXACTLY - YUMMERS! Thanks for this great recipe!

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NELady January 25, 2009
Handmade Onion Bread