From not posting a single post for days to posting two consecutive days in a row.

Yes, I’m back!

Well, at least for the time being.

I had to be back, since today is the reveal day for the SRC.

This month I was assigned Cookin’ Mimi’s blog.

Cooking has been a life long passion of Micha aka Mimi, a statement rung true by the fact that she had her first recipe published when she was just four years old! Do check her blog out. I am sure you will find quite a few recipes that you would like to try out.

I chose to try Mimi’s Braided Brioche Loaf recipe.

I love brioche (with all that butter in it, what’s there not to like!). I have made Sarabeth’s brioche recipe (used a muffin tray to bake them) and those turned out great. I am waiting for some one to buy me brioche tins to get bakery style brioche buns. (V are you listening?)

I was intrigued by the braided brioche loaf recipe on Mimi’s blog and since I had recently stumbled on this, I thought of making this loaf “Estonian Kringel” style with some cinnamon sugar stuffed in between.

These days I am visiting my parents in India. My brother and his wife and their 15 day old baby girl are also with us. And I am glad to have had such a great recipe to share with my favorite people in the world.

I served the loaf slices with cream cheese frosting and loved them. If only I had not burnt the bottom, these would have been great. But even with that mishap these were pretty good.

Kind of like cinnamon rolls.

And I love cinnamon rolls.

These will be made again.

I bet V would love them! And yes, I’ll be making them for him.

Can’t wait to have them again for breakfast! With some fruits on top. And the cream cheese frosting. Yum!

BRAIDED BRIOCHE “ESTONIAN KRINGEL” STYLE

For a pictorial description of the braiding, check Just Love Cookin’s site.

For the original recipe of the brioche, check Cookin Mimi’s site.

To look at what the SRC members have been up to, check the link below:


10 Thoughts on “December SRC: Brioche “Estonian Kringel” style

  1. That brioche looks incredible. I’ve definitely gotta try making it one of these days.

  2. BEAUTIFUL!!! BEAUTIFUL!!! That’s all I can think to say! This one’s going into my recipe book!

  3. Looks delicious. Would love for you to share this with us over at foodepix.com.

  4. Lovely brioche and with the cream cheese topping,super yummy. I love your little blue dish- adorable.

  5. WOW! this looks so great! love your pictures!

  6. Pictures are great, what a lovely treat for your family :) Can’t be as sweet as a 15-day old baby though, how precious!

  7. Thank you all!! :)
    @Ilke: I agree, the baby takes the cake any day!
    @Bam’s Kitchen: Thank you! The blue dish is my mom’s and I am freaking out on all the great stuff she has- using all her showpieces as food props! :)

  8. That is breathtakingly magnificent looking. I am so glad the recipe turned out well. :)

  9. That looks absolutely gorgeous. And the food too ..Just kidding. Would love to dig in.

  10. i want to make this now!

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