Crown Herb Bread

Crown Herb Bread created by mary winecoff

Using your favorite bread, roll, or challah dough recipe or even a defrosted purchased frozen dough you can turn it into this beautiful savory herbed center piece. We especially like to use this for Sukkot.

Ready In:
42mins
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directions

  • In a large skillet over medium heat warm olive oil garlic powder and onion flakes. Saute for about 3 minutes until spices cook. Turn off heat, add parsley flakes and mix. [Don't be afraid to experiment with your favorite seasonings.].
  • Divide dough into about 14 pieces. Coat each piece of dough with the herb mixture on all sides.
  • In an ungreased tube pan, place pieces of dough in single file, side by side in a circle around pan. Do not stack dough on top of each other, squeeze them in if necessary. Pour remaining oil evenly over the top of the dough. Cover with a clean towel and let rise 2nd time according to dough recipe.
  • Prepare oven by placing aluminum foil as a liner over lower rack to catch any drips. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Place dough on middle rack. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden. Bread will puff up like a big mushroom.
  • Let cool in pan. When removing from pan, wrap with foil to secure bottom of bread so it won't fall apart.
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"Using your favorite bread, roll, or challah dough recipe or even a defrosted purchased frozen dough you can turn it into this beautiful savory herbed center piece. We especially like to use this for Sukkot."
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  1. mary winecoff
    I used a savory herb mix from Penzeys for my herbs. Next time I would cut the olive oil in half as my family would like it better. Made for PAC '10.
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  2. mary winecoff
    Crown Herb Bread Created by mary winecoff
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  3. Southwest Chef from
    I like how this can be used with any type of bread. That way, I can make it often and people still can't tell its the same.
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  4. baezus
    Using your favorite bread, roll, or challah dough recipe or even a defrosted purchased frozen dough you can turn it into this beautiful savory herbed center piece. We especially like to use this for Sukkot.
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