By 1Steve on August 23, 2002
"This is a traditional sweet Christmas bread made both in Poland and Austria. This is the Polish version. I have posted the austrian version seperately as well ;-)"
Serving Size: 1 (3118 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I've made this for a couple of years now. It really isn't as hard as it appears and people really like it. "
"I tried this recipe and it's awesome. Just a hint try it with various cream cheese fillings that you make yourself with various ingredients such as flavorings and fruits and nuts. Delicious"
"This is an awesome recipe !!Very nice for a special occasion."
"wonderful recipe , tried it and my family loved it. not difficult to make , I also made the version where I added a 1/2 cup of honey to the filling , was very good also."
"I add a half cup of honey to the filling. Makes it taste great!"
"I have been using this same recipe for a couple of years now and it's great! It is a lot easier than it looks and gets easier everytime you make it! When I make it, I always intend to freeze a couple of the loaves but they never make it to the freezer! Yes, if you buy it it's very expensive. There is a store in the Kansas City area that is known for this bread but the cost is outrageous! Thanks for sharing!"
"I also saw this in a catalog ( Wolferman's ) and decided it would be more fun to make myself. I have never really made anything with yeast so i was a bit nervous. It was alot easier then I thought and it turned out great! not too sweet but very tasty, everyone loved it! I used both types of nuts, mixed white n' brown sugar, and added 1/4 tsp of vanilla. A keeper for sure. Thankyou soooo much!"
"I made this last month and everyone who tried it loved it. plan on making it for the Holidays and giving it as a gift. I first saw this bread in a catalog where they wanted $17.95 a loaf. That's when I looked it up and made my own. Thank you 1STEVE!"