Posted: 6/4/2009 8:25:15 PM
This has been a favorite recipe and much loved by our family since it appeared in the Bilings Gazette all those many years ago.
Posted: 5/20/2009 12:18:24 PM
I've been baking this bread for thirty years and still get raves for it.
My daughter was in a summer baking contest at a local library and won first prize in the bread catagory with this recipe. The prize was a ribbon and all the contestants got to eat all the entries. Great program for summer. Both boys and girls entered.
Posted: 4/14/2009 1:10:55 PM
I make this bread in my bread machine. It is a delicious family favorite. The recipe remains the same leaving off the last 2 tsp. of butter and salt for the topping.
Posted: 1/23/2009 1:55:28 PM
My mother used to make this recipe ever since I was a little girl. She passed away but my Aunt Opal still makes it and I love Dilly Bread. I can eat a whole loaf. I'm 40 now so it has been around awhile. I've made it since my mom has passed on and my Aunt lives away from me however every time I visit she has a loaf ready. Yummy recipe!
Posted: 8/14/2008 11:51:53 AM
When I first saw this I thought that they had taken my mother's recipe! Now I know where my mom got it! A wonderful bread, and one of the first things I learned to bake in the very early '60's.
Posted: 1/15/2008 6:31:34 AM
I have baked this bread for years and my kids have always called it Mom's Bread. With jam and butter and straight from the oven it is a great after school treat. Yum
B. Rezac said:
Posted: 1/13/2008 12:42:00 PM
My mother made this bread when I was young (about the early 1970's). I still love it and make it often for my family. It is a great way to use up leftover cottage cheese. It is a very easy bread recipe as well. It also smells great when it's baking!
Posted: 1/11/2008 7:58:46 PM
We love Dilly Bread. My mom made it when I was little and now I make it for my family. Dilly Bread was the first bread I ever made. It is a must for after Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches. Instead of a loaf, I have made buns. They turned out great too.
Pat Cz said:
Posted: 8/9/2007 12:14:06 PM
I have been making this recipe for over forty years and it is my all-time favorite. It is easy to make and always looks beautiful and tastes wonderful. To cut down on rising time, I bring a cup of water to boil in the microwave. Turn oven off and put the water in the corner of the microwave. Close door and let rise. This will cut about half of the rising time.
Posted: 11/29/2006 7:30:30 AM
I have made this many times, it is simply delicious. Makes great toast and is extremely easy to make.