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What is an ensaymada or ensaimada? They are a soft, brioche-like bread that is buttery, milky and rich, and with the added slather of butter, sugar, and cheese, a sinful pillow of extravagance for your breakfast or tea. I can eat these all day long!!

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Prep Time: 4 hours rise time | Cook Time: 10 minutes | Ready In: 4+ hours
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•1/3 cup refined sugar

•1 teaspoon salt

•1/4 teaspoon instant yeast

•1/2 cup all-purpose flour

•2 tablespoons water

•1/3 cup butter


•1 egg

•1 tablespoon refined sugar

•2 tablespoons water

•1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

•3 egg yolk

•1 teaspoon instant yeast


•grated cheddar cheese

•melted butter


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Cooking Process:

1.Mix sponge ingredients in a mixing bowl. Combine until blended and knead until dough is smooth. Shape into ball, cover wit damp cloth and let rise for 2 hours.

2.Put the dough ingredients except butter in a mixing bowl. Blend until well blended. Add the sponge and the butter. Knead until dough is smooth and elastic. Shape into ball. Put in a bowl, cover with damp cloth and let rise again until double in bulk.

3.Punch dough and divide equally into 8 pieces. Shape into balls, cover with damp cloth and let rise for 30 minute Roll out each piece thinly into 8 x 5 inch rectangles. Brush surfaces with butter. Roll into long rods and twirl into shape, locking the ends to seal. Place on greased ensaymada molds. Let it rise for 2 hours until doubles in size.

4.Bake at 325 F for about 10 minute or until light golden brown. Cool slightly and brush with melted butter. Top with grated cheese and sprinkle with sugar.