This is a lovely bread, although it is not a 'french bread' in the literal sense. Classic french has no oil, only water, flour, yeast, and salt. But this was a wonderful way to create a lovely herbed bread that presents well. Read the reviews and saw the problems with the bread not staying together when rolled so I did not add chopped onions but instead added 3 tsp. dehydrated onions to my milk, butter mixture and added to the dough itself. I then proceeded to make the herb paste without the onion but with everything else. This rose nicely and is pretty much spot on with the amt. of flour. A lovely texture and not too sweet, not too salty but just right. I could taste the onion in the bread so did not miss out on the onion flavor. Divided this into two loaves and brushed the tops with eggwash and sprinkled sesame seeds. Lovely to go with "Restuarant style rotisserie chicken" with the herbed theme.
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This is a lovely bread, although it is not a 'french bread' in the literal sense. Classic...