Recipe by Paul Menikos
"Traditional Greek New Year's Day bread. Served as a coffe cake for breakfast. Each person in the family gets a slice starting with the youngest and progressing to the oldest. The person who recieves the slice with the quarter in it will have good luck for the whole year!"
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slivered almonds, toasted
Delicious...I cooked in a 10" bundt pan and that worked well! This is a nice alternative to cake.
This was excellent, made it for brunch and it was praised a lot.
Now, I tinkered a lot with the recipe as I did not have time to choose something else for the meal and was out of ingredients,YET this tasted GREAT.In case someone's in a circumstance like mine: THIS WORKS. Out of all purpose flour, I substituted 50% whole wheat flour. Also, halved this recipe as I wanted to make less. Added only one Tbs lemon juice and mixed everything with hand. Baked it in a 9"x 5" bread loaf pan.Inspite of all this, this looked great and tasted like a wonderful coffee cake. Thanks a lot for this lovely recipe Paul.
This bread tasted just like sponge cake.
I really disliked the texture of this bread. And the egg taste was very strong. Everyone in my family felt the same.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 222
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