Cabrales and quince Nanterre BriocheSweets breads & doughs

Cabrales and quince Nanterre Brioche

If there’s one thing I often do at home, it’s brioche. We like to take it as toast in the morning, sliced, toasted and with jam. In my case, without a doubt, with bitter orange jam. Wonderful. There was a version I had in mind since I made the Cabrales sponge cake and thanks to a reader who told me the idea of adding it to a brioche (thank you very much!). As you can imagine, I did it as soon as I could. So today I leave you this version of Cabrales and quince Brioche Nanterre.

Eva20 mayo, 2019
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