Tear 'n' Share Pull Apart Garlic Bread

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Intro: Tear 'n' Share Pull Apart Garlic Bread

Step 1: Dough

343g / 2 & 3/4 Cups Plain Flour

1tsp Salt

1/4tsp Onion Powder

2 & 1/4 tsp Instant Yeast

6tbsp Unsalted Butter

59ml / 1/4 Cup Water

79ml / 1/3 Cup Milk

2 Large Eggs

Mix together 3/4 of the flour with salt, sugar, onion powder and yeast. In a saucepan melt the butter, milk and water and leave to cool slightly before pouring into the dry mixture. Kneed the dough for 3 minutes before adding in the eggs. Once combined, add in the remaining flour and kneed for another 3 minutes. Flour your work surface and bring the dough together. Place in an oiled bowl and proof for one hour.

Step 2: Garlic Butter

113g / 1/2 Cup Unsalted Butter

1 Garlic Bulb

Parsley

1/4tsp Cayenne Pepper (optional)

Peel the garlic and add to a food processor along with the parsley and wiz until everything is finely chopped. Melt the butter and and mix together with the garlic and parsley. For an extra kick, add in a 1/4tsp of Cayenne Pepper.

Step 3: Bake

Sprinkle the base of a baking dish with breadcrumbs and brush some of the garlic butter around the edges. Place the dough balls in the baking dish and cover with cling film. Leave to sit for 30 minutes to proof before brushing the remaining garlic butter on top. Cover with foil and bake at 176 degrees C for 30 minutes.

Step 4: Enjoy

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    13 Discussions

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    MikeyWalnuts

    2 years ago

    Oh my! That's my first reaction. I'm definitely making these!

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    SophiesFoodieFiles

    2 years ago

    Waw! Well explained & ooh so inviting too! Yummm!

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    SophiesFoodieFiles

    2 years ago

    Waw! Well explained & ooh so inviting too! Yummm!

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    SophiesFoodieFiles

    2 years ago

    Waw! Well explained & ooh so inviting too! Yummm!

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    lemuries

    2 years ago

    This looks so delicious! I may try to whip these up for my get-together tomorrow. Thank you for posting this!

    And for those of us not on the amazing metric system, bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes.

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    diy_bloke

    2 years ago

    anything that mentions 'garlic' and 'bread' is already a success in my book

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