Golden Cenarth and Mustard Pull Apart Bread

4 November 2019 — Bread

Pull Apart Bread


225g self-raising flour and a little more for dusting

25g butter and a little more for greasing

3 tbsp chives

200ml semi-skimmed milk

1 tbsp wholegrain mustard

2 tsp Dijon mustard

3 cloves garlic, crushed

110g Golden Cenarth, sliced

1 egg, beaten


How to make it

Even if you’re not a fan of mustard you’ll love it in this pull apart bread. The pungent savoury and nutty flavour of Golden Cenarth combined with garlic and kicks of mustard-induced tang makes this dish a delectable superstar.

  • Preheat oven to 200°C/ 180°C fan/ gas mark 6
  • Grease a round cake tin with butter
  • In a large bowl, sieve the flour and rub in the butter
  • Mix in half the chives, then add milk slowly until it becomes a soft, sticky dough
  • Turn out the dough onto a floured work surface
  • Knead it until smooth
  • Roll out to form a 10×12 inch rectangle
  • Spread over the mustards, then sprinkle over the remaining chives and the crushed garlic
  • Then add the Golden Cenarth slices
  • Roll the dough up like a swiss roll, fixing the dough together on all edges
  • Place the dough in the round cake tin
  • On an angle, using a serrated knife, make a series of cuts
  • Then repeat at the opposite angle
  • Brush the top with a beaten egg
  • Bake for around 15-20 minutes
  • Pull apart bread was made to be shared so place in the centre of the table and let the guests do the rest…

1 thought on “Golden Cenarth and Mustard Pull Apart Bread

  1. I made this with my first order and it was delicious. Even my children, who dislike ‘fancy’ cheese, gobbled this up.

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