Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Cheesy Garlicky Pull Apart Bread

#CheesyGarlicPullApartBread #PullApartBread #GarlicBread #SimiJoisPhotography

#CheesyGarlicPullApartBread #PullApartBread #GarlicBread #SimiJoisPhotography
I can’t believe it is going to be Christmas even tomorrow. I have be working on getting the house in order and baking some cookies while sipping some mulled wine. With all that work and prep, we wanted to have something light for dinner so I decided to make some soup with some ready bread and olive oil, trying to save some extra calories to munch and overload the next few days. Teen wanted to bake some cheesy garlic bread that she had pinned  for a while, every time she wanted to bake this, I said next time. I wonder why we did not bake this earlier, ( am sure teen is going to say, I told you so) this is sinful, absolutely sinful, loved every cheesy garlicky bite. So much for a low cal dinner :) well it is that time of the year. Am glad teen baked it, loved the flavors and can’t wait to try different variations.

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, hope you have a wonderful holiday season. Am looking forward to a wonderful 2015 and wish you guys the same.

#CheesyGarlicPullApartBread #PullApartBread #GarlicBread #SimiJoisPhotography



1 loaf of sourdough or pugliese or vienna or any crusty bread
1/2 stick butter melted
2 garlic cloves
3/4 cup thinly sliced mozzarella cheese
finely chopped cilantro
salt to taste
crushed black pepper to taste

Garlic butter : mix the salt, pepper , minced garlicc and cilantro.

Preheat the oven to 180C/350F.

Cut the bread diagonally to form diamond/square shapes. do not cut all the way through.

In the cracks(cuts) pour the garlic butter and place a slice of cheese.

Cove the loaf with aluminum foil and bake for 15-20 minutes till the cheese begins to melt.

Remove from foil and bake for another 5 minutes.

Serve HOT! The denser the bread the better the pieces hold together.

#CheesyGarlicPullApartBread #PullApartBread #GarlicBread #SimiJoisPhotography





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21 comments:

  1. Exceptional Photography..you are a star !!!
    Saba

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  2. Absolutely scrumptious.

    Happy Holidays and best wishes for 2015!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  3. OMG this is looking so scrumptiously delicious ! Such images make you drool and want. Merry Christmas !

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  4. pop it straight from there into my mouth...absolutely fab clicks

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  5. Such awesome pics! That bread looks wow...

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  6. Wow, Just Wow, that steam is amazingly wow!!!

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  7. Every time I visit this page, you make me speechless with your pics. The hue on the second pic and steam in the third one ... wow ... wow... wow ..... May you reach greater heights and blessed with best things in life !!!

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    1. Sujatha,

      You are so kind. Wishing you a lot of happiness and fulfillment in 2015. Looking forward for a great 2015.

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  8. Oh god this pull apart bread looks AMAZING. Craving all of its delicious cheese right now!

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  9. This looks like the perfect recipe to make for a NYE party! Pinning it for the coming week :P

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  10. What a spectacular idea----and so dang simple too. Wow, you did good. I like it.

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  11. Thank you for the receipe and pics. I LOVE sourdough bread, garlic and cheese!! My 3 favorites. Definitely making this for New Years.

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  12. Looks really good

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  13. I do this bread for holiday's and special occasions. I add Prosciutto and basil. Always a hit!!!!

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  14. I will be trying this today. Thee added items by anonymous above (prosciutto and basil) sounds wonderful as well.

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  15. Everyone loved it!

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  16. Fabulous photographs! The bread looks delicious...
    Happy New Year!

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  17. I love your blog, love your amazing photos...every photos you put here make me really enjoy reading your post...
    keep sharing..I am your fan now..

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