Introduction: Garlic Mozzarella Bread

Garlic Bread typically is a baguette soaked in olive oil and Garlic with herbs, for this recipe i have decided to make a less traditional and more unhealthy takeaway version of this classic, perfect for that Friday night in accompanied with pizza and a good film. 

i will keep this one short as it is incredibly simple. 

For the baguette
250g strong white flour, plus extra for dusting
5g salt
5g fast action dried yeast 
30ml oil, plus extra for oiling
180ml water

For the garlic mixture
1 head of garlic
splash olive oil
pinch salt
125g mozzarella

Gas mark 6, 400 F,  200 C for around 10 minutes

Four Steps.

Step 1. make the dough
Step 2. Melt the butter with Garlic 
Step 3. Let the dough rise
Step 4. Add cheese and bake

Step 1. Make the dough
Combine flour, yeast, salt, water and oil and then mix until you form a soft dough, split this dough in to four equally sized dough balls then flatten them.

Step 2. Melt the butter with Garlic
melt the butter with the minced/finely chopped garlic some olive oil salt and pepper ( some dried herbs would also work perfectly)

Step 3 Let the dough rise
put the dough in the an oiled baking tray make a indentation in the center on each one and pour on top the butter mixture, then leave this for an hour in a warm place 

Step 4. Add cheese and bake
Once the dough has risen, slice a nice thick slice of mozzarella and place over the butter on each one. Bake in the oven at Gas mark 6 400 F  200 C for around 10 minutes or until the dough is golden brown and the cheese is bubbling up, if needed finish it off under the grill

Thank you for reading , if you have any comments or queries please contact me and I will try to answer them as soon as possible.

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wilgubeast (author)2014-08-01

This is a great video, FJYE. I'd love to see you use the step by step features of the site to add some more photos and really illustrate the process. (You've got the stop motion captures already, after all.) This project might really beef up your setup. I can feature excellent videos like these with great photos. Keep up the great work!

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KookyKreations (author)2014-07-28

Oh these look soooooo good - I want one now! I will plan to make some to serve with my favorite summer tomato salad for a back yard lunch. I often do not like videos but yours gives the whole story perfectly.

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Buksefars (author)2014-07-28

This is great. Love those snack sizes. Great video walk through.

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