Ricotta bread has a soft crumb and a rich flavor. Unlike other types of bread, this one is slathered with a lemon glaze. To make it even more delicious, it can be toasted with butter and topped with more ricotta cheese. Whether you want to make an open face egg sandwich or an avocado breakfast sandwich, this bread is the perfect base for it.
Ricotta bread is a popular recipe for sandwiches, breakfast, and snacks. It has a tender crumb, is deliciously moist, and requires minimal prep time. Because of its soft texture, riccotta bread is an excellent choice for packing lunches or taking along to a potluck. This recipe can be prepared several days ahead and kept in a tightly sealed plastic container at room temperature for 4-5 days. Then, it can be frozen to keep for up to two months.
Ricotta bread can be made using a stand up mixer or a kitchen mixer. Add yeast, sugar, flour, ricotta, parmesan, and olive oil. Let it rest for about 10 minutes, then pour it into a large bowl. Combine the flour, oil, and salt and stir until the mixture is smooth. Afterwards, add the ricotta cheese. The dough should be soft and sticky. Sprinkle the dough with flour and continue mixing until combined.