Monday, October 27, 2014

Easy Garlic Bread Recipe - Bread Recipes

Easy Garlic Bread Recipe
Finally I am back after a break, the much needed one actually....:) Now back to the grind...I had few recipes in hand but still wanted to have a break after the diwali celebrations here in this space :)

This is a very easy garlic bread recipe that you can serve within minutes.I love garlic bread from Dominos the stuffed version and I always wanted to try it that way but last time ended up making this quick version of garlic bread.I loved the simplicity of this recipe, so we enjoyed it as a snack on a rainy day.
Easy Garlic Bread Recipe

Garlic Bread Recipe

Preparation Time:5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves:2
Recipe Category: Snack | Recipe Cuisine: Indian

Bread - 4 slices
Garlic - 3 pearls(medium sized)
Butter - 3 tbsp
Cheese - 1 tbsp grated
Chilli flakes - 1/2 tsp
Mixed Herbs / Oregano - 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves -  1 tsp chopped
Ghee - to toast
Salt - to taste

Method:

  1. Take 3 garlic pearls in a mixer and grind it to a semi fine paste.Take butter,garlic paste,chilli flakes,required salt,mixed herbs,grated cheese and coriander leaves in a bowl.Mix it well.
    How to make garlic bread - Step1
  2. Trim the edges of the bread.Spread a heaped spoonful of the mixture on one side of the bread and keep it ready.
    How to make garlic bread - Step2
  3. Heat a dosa tawa, grease it with ghee and add the bread slices and toast it till golden brown.
    How to make garlic bread - Step3
Serve hot!
Easy Garlic Bread Recipe

My Notes:

  • When you flip the bread slices with the garlic mixture side down on the tawa, it will stick so add more ghee to toast.
  • You can either use olive oil or ghee to toast.
  • You can even toast it in oven.Preheat oven at 175 deg C and bake the bread slices for 5-7mins in toast mode.No need to flip it, just place the slices with applied side on top.
  • Do not add more garlic then it will give a pungent raw smell.
  • While toasting the side which has the garlic paste, keep in low flame and toast well so that there is no raw smell.
  • If you prefer you can even add green chillies sliced thin.
Easy Garlic Bread Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

14 comments:

  1. Hai sharmi. In singapore now raining heavily. Just made this and had . It's a perfect tea time snack. Nice flavour and aroma. Awsome.

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  2. mixed herbs?? what all goes in that?

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  3. AwesomeGarlic Bread Recipe tasty and unique food i love this.......................................

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  4. OMG !!! these look amazing...just yesterday I had these and I am still craving more... Can't wait to give urs a try :) Will be perfect for the climate here inn cbe :)

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  5. yummy evening snack..made in a jiffy! looks so inviting!

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  6. Thank you Sharmi... what a picture... it made me to read the recipe and I tried ( I planned to make Aloo sandwitch of yours and prepared everything... this yummy pic... made me to try this also) Really a good dish to Garlic lovers... especially my daughter... she loved so much...

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  7. Hi Sharmi.. I made this and we liked it too.. But still, I need a suggestion.. I took every ingredient double the amount as I made for 8 slices of bread.. I can taste the raw smell of garlic coming unlike the one we get in restaurants.. Any idea how could we avoid it?

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    1. When you toast it even the garlic will get toasted, if its not toasted well then the raw smell will be there so toast in low flame until garlic is nicely roasted

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  8. Hi Sharmilee, Thanks for the suggestion! You know what.. I made it for the second time and we just loved it.. The only alteration I made was roasting the garlic and then grinding it as a paste and it helped! Either way it means the same.. But when I try to toast the side with the topping, it gets stuck to the pan even if I use a lot of ghee!

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  9. my mom makes this and goes well with vegetable au gratin !! the mild taste of garlic with a hot spread of au gratin is too good :)

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