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Here in the UK we don't have refridgerated or frozen bread dough, so I just made my own. Letting it rise once, then rolling it out and filling it, rolling it up and putting it straight in the oven. The flavours added are really good and if you like olives, you're gonna love this bread. I forgot to brush it with olive oil, but it still worked great. I'll be making this again. Thanks for sharing Kelly.

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-Sylvie- January 30, 2006

So yummy! I made this for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately my local grocery store didn't have frozen french bread dough so I had to use pizza dough. It didn't fluff up and fill in the gaps the way it has in the photos but it was still reasonably attractive and easy to eat and SOOOO GOOD! Will definitely make again but might increase the filling and will definitely try harder to find french bread dough (or make it)

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HocoRuco February 19, 2011

Used green and black olives on this one. Great appetizer idea for a party we had with friends. Thanks Wildflour!

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wendyt57 August 23, 2008

This went first at my Halloween party. It came out a little oily and not quite like bread but it was very tasty!

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Teddy's Mommy November 06, 2007

I couldn't find refrigerated French bread dough, so I used a pizza dough Pizza Dough instead. It was good, but I will definitely do it again, once I find the french bread dough. Aside from the dough, the filling was awesome, I used kalamata olives. Thank you for the posting.

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Cristina Barry April 23, 2007

This is awesome! I used the Pillsbury French Bread in a can & it came out kinda funky looking. Next time I will try a rolling pin & see if that stretches it out more. Great & easy recipe!

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Lizzybob February 07, 2007

This was the BOMB! the bread was hard for me to roll out, but I streched it as best I could and rolled everything up. It was Great! I used one sm can of chopped olives. Delicious dipped in Olive oil/balsamic blend!!

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Shabby Sign Shoppe June 25, 2006

This was delicious!!! My husband, who is not a big fan of olives even loved this! I believe it's because the flavors blend so well - the olive is not overpowering in the slightest! He said it tasted like the dipping bread at Carraba's Restaurant without the dipping - flavor baked right in! Will definitely make this again - thank you!!!

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EMILYBITZ June 19, 2006

This is really a good bread!! Next time I will use my own dough as the store bought kept ripping on me but we truly liked this!! Thanks for posting!!

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kzbhansen June 13, 2006
Olive Pinwheel Bread