This is my Easter egg surprise bread ready for proofing and it's a winner! It's really fun to bake and not difficult at all! Next time I will use colored eggs to make it even more fun. Traditionally you'll serve this "Chubzeh di Purim" for breakfast with the egg peeled and mashed with a fork.. I thought that was an odd combination as the bread is flavoured with anise, ground almonds, a few raisins and sesame seeds but the result is surprisingly yummy!
Next time I'll give it a little less oventime, cause mine came out a little too dark. Recipe is from Maggie Glezer's
Easter greetings from this buttery lamb...(In Holland we have two Easter Days)