10 comments
  1. Super recipe!:)
    Felt like it was too runny first, i put it in a turned off owen to let it rise an after about an hour and a bit it war running away from the bowl:)
    Came out amazing!
    My first attempt to make any kind of a bread and it was a sucess! Couldn’t believe it!
    Love your website, Kristina, you rock!

    1. Yay. I am glad it turned out great! Thank you for such a nice comment. 🙂

  2. I love this recipe! All your recipes are so good! They bring back all my childhood memories 🙂 And it’s so much fun watching you cook too, you are very sweet!

    1. 🙂 Thank you very much!

  3. So I made this bread yesterday and had to make it again today becuse it disapeard to quickly. My children, all born in the US, never ate good Czech bread with nice crunchy crust. I had many compliments from them so I am passing them on to you. Thank you Krystýna.

    Pavel

    1. Thank you so much Pavel! 🙂 That makes me very happy to hear that you all enjoyed the bread. 🙂 Thank you for the feedback.

  4. The best way, the only way to make our eats,step by step instructions genius,well done,my mom gave me recipe for rye bread.Same idea only I use 1cup rye fl,also make from same dough,Dalamanky.
    Thank you,thank you,you Mrs,Crystyna you are GOLD.
    Stasne vanoce a vesely novy rok.
    V.Talacko.Penticton BC,Kanada.

    1. Thank you Vladimir! Many greetings to Canada! Happy new year!

  5. Just wondering if type of potato matters as some are more starchy then others.

    1. I don’t think it does in here. The starchy ones will not be as visible in the bread since they don’t hold it’s shape well. But it shouldn’t effect the taste.

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