I’m in a plaited bread spell. It’s all I bake, it’is my obsession of the moment. Today I thought I'd spice it up with some garlic and thyme, brush it with melted butter to give it that unique taste and aroma. I decided to celebrate World Food Day - 16th October, with bread, a humble food that is a staple everywhere in the world.
Between a cake or a bread slice, I choose bread, a thousand times bread.

Step 1:

Bread dough for 10 plaited bread rolls:

  • 350 g + 3 tablespoons multigrain organic manitoba flour Molino Grassi
    100 g organic whole wheat flour
    2 teaspoons fine sea salt
    1/2 teaspoon soft light brown sugar
    1 teaspoon organic dry yeast
    250 ml milk
    50 g butter cut into small pieces
    1 egg vegetable oil

For the garlic dressing:

  • 40 g of butter
    1 clove of garlic, thinly sliced
    a few sprigs of thyme
I want to eat that :)
<p>Your plating is beautifully done and these sound perfectly yummy! I pick fresh bread over cake or cookies any day too!</p><p>In your last paragraph you say &quot;until your rolls are<strong> not</strong> well cooked and golden on top.&quot; I somehow think that is a typo :)</p>
Thanks for spotting the mistake! I'm going to correct it right now. :D<br>Thank you also dfor the nice comment. ^_^
<p>Looks delicious. :D</p>
Thank you! ^_^
<p>I definitely thought bread was tasty before, but garlic and thyme it sounds so delicious! Thanks for sharing!</p>
It is a subtle flavour but it greatly improves this kind of bread. ^_^

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