Nutella Star Bread


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Look how pretty my bread was!!!
I’ll post the recipe when i figure out the perfect soft bread like i want it. I still have to do some experiment to make it perfect. Meanwhile, i’ll show you how to shape this pretty bread .

Roll the first of four parts into a circle. The dough should be 2-3 mm
(0,1 inch) thick.

Place the dough circle on a piece of baking paper. Take a cake tin and mark it off on the first layer.

Now, cover the marked area with a thin layer of chocolate spread. The easiest way is to use a wooden butter knife or a table knife without prongs.

Roll another layer of dough, place it on the previous one and mark off the cake tin on it. Then, put the chocolate spread on the marked area. Repeat the procedure with the next layer.

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Finally, here comes the last layer 🙂 Put it on the previous ones and cover it with a cake tin. Cut excess dough with a knife.

Using a small glass or a coffee cup, mark the center of the cake.

Divide the cake into quarters – start cutting from the marked circle (remember to leave the center intact!) Then, divide every quarter into four equal parts. At the end you should have 16 equal parts.

Take two parts of the cake in both hands and delicately twist them in opposite directions. Repeat with all pairs to form eight-armed star.

Twist the ends of each arm underneath to create a round shape.

Brush surface of the bread with egg white before putting it into the oven.

VOILAAA!!

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