Bread with cream cheese and syrup

Submitted by enr on 15 Jan 2014
160 ml milk
2 tsp dry yeast
1 tsp sugar
280 g flour
3 tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp baking powder
3 tbsp melted butter
cream 170 g feta cheese Philadelphia (natural)
30 ml milk
# For the syrup:
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1/2 tsp lemon juice
In lukewarm milk Dissolve the yeast with 1 tsp sugar. Leave to rise for 10 minutes. In a bowl pour the flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, the butter together with the effervescent mixture is kneaded dough. Leave to rise for 1 hour. Crisp with a diameter of 24-26 cm is smeared with butter. The feta cheese is cut into 32 cubes. On the stove put products syrup and boil 10 minutes. The risen dough is divided into two parts, which are made of wicks. Each was divided into 16 parts. A total of 32 pieces. In each is placed on a piece of the feta cheese and form pellets, which are arranged in the tray, but not tightly together. Leave to rise for another half hour. Smeared with milk and bake in a preheated 190 degree oven about 20 minutes. Is still warm syrup.
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15 Jan 2014


Vanya, something I do not understand ... A small pack Philadelphia 200 If out of her 30 years and divided it into 32 parts would be received very, very! small portions (the nail), and is actually difficult to make cubes, Philadelphia cream as sour cream. How big are the spheres? Do not you have a picture? Otherwise, the recipe is interesting and I toyed to do, but I want to have an idea how to get it.

I found them, I watched the video, now I know what they are, something like my zalcheta. Must see for another cream-cheese, which is tight and do them. Thanks for the recipe.

In Philadelphia cheese recipe I wrote because I made them with such rolls. What I got was 170 grams. If you find any tighter, it will try and write the result. Someone if you think of that kind on our market, let's share.

Vanya, Bulgarian cream cheese is not it tight? I have not eaten for decades, but I think it is shared lumps somehow, or lie?

Rally, Philadelphia cream cheese in a paper packaging, packed inside as oil and have spread in plastic boxes. The first type is hard enough to be cut into pieces, not as creamy sour cream.

Thank Nevi. Here one does not have the Philadelphia as an oil. All solid fresh cheese no. You should ask around, but I already have an idea of ​​what may be replaced :)