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Loved this bread! It had a different texture than the other breads I have been making and had a slightly sweet taste. It was very easy to make and since the KitchenAid did all the kneading I managed to make bread without getting flour all over! We enjoyed it with some soup for dinner. (8)

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JPsBarbie November 29, 2011

Just lovely, lovely, bread, with a wonderful crumb! Soft, yet slices and holds together perfectly. I threw it all in my bread machine on dough (after scalding the milk and melting the butter), and it worked out perfectly. The decadent smell woke DH from a sound sleep! This is definately a keeper! Thanks for posting, diner - and thanks for recommending it in Best of 2010, gailanng!

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Katzen February 21, 2011

This is defintely a Five-Star recipe! So easy to make using a stand mixer, and the texture is wonderful! I make this often - Thank you for sharing.

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Beth A. December 12, 2010

This makes a BIG loaf, but I'm a more is more kind of gal. More of this is more better. I think that sounded funnier in my head. Made for PRMR. (p.s. The texture is wonderful!)

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gailanng March 11, 2010

This dough is lovely to handle. I reduced the recipe somewhat to make a single standard loaf of bread. The butter, milk and oil contributed to a tender crust and crumb, but the bread slices well for sandwiches. I did use some white whole wheat instead of all plain flour. I will be making this into rolls, as well. Oh, I threw everything into the bread machine, straight from the fridge for the milk butter and egg, and it worked beautifully.

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duonyte August 01, 2009

This was so good! It was easy to make and tasted great. I was looking for something to serve with a Serbian beef and potato bake and this hit the spot. Thanks!

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docswife76 March 17, 2009

This was my first attempt at bread and it turned out great. A Winner.

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Gone Fishin' October 18, 2008

Absolutly delicious! What a wonderful bread (even with my lightening). The texture is just like cake and it slices beautifully. I cut the recipe back to 2/3 and I still got a huge loaf (a lot of the oversized loaf *could* be because I got busy with something else and forgot the bread was rising, when I remembered to check it it was easily 3 times original size, oops). I used skim milk, 1 Tbs "good fat" margarine and 2 Tbs of canola oil, 1 Tbs Splenda, fat free sour cream and just egg white. This would be very fitting for any hoilday or special event table (I'm adding it to my Book#118900 cookbook). I just really can't rave enough about this fabulous recipe. Made for Photo Tag.

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Annacia August 12, 2008
Serbian "pogacha" Bread