Cheese and Onion Bread for the Autumn Equinox
I don't think much people celebrate the beginning of the fall but I certainly do. This bread is especially made for the Equinox. It will take a while to make, but it's not difficult.
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Mix the flour, rye flour, salt, yeast and cheese in a bowl. Make a hole and put the onions in it. Add the water and knead. If the dough sticks on the fingers add a tablespoon flour.
If the ball is stiff, knead it for 10 more minutes on a clean, flat, floured surface. The dough must be strong and resilient.
Knead the dough again and make balls of your desired size. You can make an onion shape if you like to. Put the balls on a floured griddle and leave them to rest for 30 more minutes covered with a humid tea towel. After the rest cover the breads with a beaten egg.
Use little bowls so the towel won't touch the bread.