Big Cheese Bread Full of Cheese

Big Cheese Bread Full of Cheese

This bread is filled with processed cheese. And made even more delicious by topping it with tons of cheese. For you cheese lovers out there. It's not a cheese coupe bread, but a fluffy bread with cheese filling.

Ingredients: 5 rolls

For the dough:
Bread (strong) flour
200 g
Cake flour
80 g
15 g
5 g
Unsalted butter
30 g
180ml combined with the egg
Panettone bread starter
12 g
(Only when you use dried yeast)
Filling and Topping:
Processed cheese
125 g
Shredded cheese
to taste


1. Place the bread flour, cake flour, sugar, salt, and panettone starter into the bread case, place the butter on top of that, add in the egg and milk, and start it on the dough making course. Please place dry yeast in the bread maker's yeast compartment.
2. After the dough is done, take it out of the bread case, divide into 5 equal portions and deflate the dough. Roll it up with the nice side facing upwards. Cover with a well-wrung out towel, and let rest for 10-15 minutes.
3. Roll into a circle, fold the top left and right halves inwards, and scatter with 25 g processed cheese.
4. Fold in the peak, and tuck in the seam.
5. Roll it to form into a coupe shape.
6. Lastly, pinch it shut.
7. Place the seam facing downwards and line them up on a pan, lightly mist, and let rise for a second time until they double in size.
8. Cut a slit vertically, top with lots of shredded cheese, and bake at 190℃ for 13 minutes.
9. They're done baking. They're filled with lots of cheese too.

Story Behind this Recipe

There was something like this at a local bakery that sells tasty bread, and I just figured it would be nice to be able to make it at home since it was so delicious.