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Garlic Tea Ring

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aladenzo

Garlic Tea Ring

 This is a Garlic Tea Ring Bread mixed with sweet ham, and topped with cheese and rosemary. =)Garlic Tea Ring: This is a Garlic Tea Ring Bread mixed with sweet ham, and topped with cheese and rosemary. =)

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aminet

That looks realy good! What kind of dough did you use? is it a pizza type dough?

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browndog

Oh, yes, it does look fantastic. Do you mean tea bread as in bread for tea? I'd love to hear how you put it together.

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Paddyscake

good..please tell us about it..

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Mini Oven

I love making tea rings.  I had never thought of savory.  Thanks! 

Mini O

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Ramona

You did a great job with this.  What is the recipe?

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aladenzo

wow... didnt expect such comments... thank you!

I used a very similar formula same with our breads here in Manila but made it up into a circular log (very similar to your swedish tea ring). You can add the garlic, ham, and cheese while mixing the dough. and topping a little bit more cheese and rosemary while baking it. What i also did is to cut the sides of the circular log with a pair of scissors, and twist the loose ends a bit. The taste is one of a kind really.

Bread Flour - 100%, Salt - 1.5%, Yeast - 1.5%, Water - 57%, Shortening - 6%... play with your fillings and toppings .... and that's it! Hope you enjoy it. =)

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KipperCat

It looks good - and pretty enough to be a centerpiece.