For those who love the taste of croissants, this croissant recipe teaches you how to make a croissant in the shape of a bread loaf. Now every morning instead of eating a slice of conventional white bread, you can slice off a piece of delicious croissant bread.
To make this decadent croissant bread loaf, the process is quite different than making traditional bread. Rather than creating a single dough ball, the croissant dough is cut into strips that are layered in the bread pan. The layers, when baked, created that fluffy and flaky croissant pastry. The other great thing about this croissant bread loaf is when sliced, you get rectangular pieces of croissant, instead of crescent. This makes it easier to build croissant sandwiches and pop your croissant in the toaster.
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This Croissant is Made in the Shape of a Bread Loaf
- By: Misel SabanJul 22, 2013