This is an incredibly easy and rewarding bread to make. It is perfect for the holiday season, especially if you decorate it up, but I would be more than happy to eat this all year round. My cardamon bread is perfect with a cup of coffee for breakfast or any time of day. 

These quantities will give you enough dough for two loaves. For variety I normally make one filled loaf and one plain loaf.

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Step 1: Ingredients

400ml milk
110g butter
30g of fresh yeast of 2 x 7g sachets of dried yeast
110g caster sugar
750g plain flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tsp ground cardamom (it’s best if you split then remove the black seeds inside green cardamom pods and grind them in a pestle and mortar)
1 egg, beaten

Filling: (Enough for one loaf)
100g soft butter
60g soft brown sugar
25g granulated or caster sugar
2 tsps ground cinnamon
1 tsp ground cardamon

Optional extras: handful of nuts and/or raisins
Nagyon szép, ötletes!
Today is the day for a pan full o' cardamom bread! Mmmmmmmmm!
That sounds like a great day! I may have to have another myself soon...
This looks and sounds delicious. I am a huge fan of anything with cardamom!
Yeah i'm a bit of a cardamom thing at the moment. It really is yummy.
Thank you. Glad you like them.
Oh that looks delicious! I love that you gave options! Helps people see there is more than one way to make things :)
Thank you. There's many more ways you could make them too such as rolls or loaves, filled or unfilled. This recipe is a great starting point for further creativity.
Yum! Looks really good!
Thanks. I'm pleased you like it. I even surprised myself with how easy and tasty both versions are.

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