How to make it

  • 1. Combine 6 cups flour, sugar, garlic salt and dry yeast together. Mix to let loose any lumps.
  • 2. Meanwhile, in a medium sauce pan combine water, milk, butter, seasonings, garlic and garlic powder to a boil, but stirring during. Once hot, pour into flour mix. When you touch it it shouldn't stick to your finger. Place in a warm area for an hour to let rise. Split your ball in half, because this recipe makes two loaves.Form an oval and make 2 slices the longer way and 3 the shorter way.Place in a well greased loaf pan and bake for 30 min on 400.
  • 3. Once out of the oven, melt your butter and mix in the rest of the ingredients for the topping. With a grilling brush, pastry brush or a spoon (brushes work better though) spread your butter mix on both loaves. I've even added in some Parmesan if you want a little cheesy flavor!

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    " It was good "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    Revisited this recipe. Hand kneaded this time and it still had a prolonged rise time. I'm thinking about cutting back the salt amount if I make it again.
    See also: Garlic Lovers Pull Apart Bread
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    " It was good "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    Made half the recipe just in case something went wrong, and it did.
    Took well over 2 hours and wasn't quite doubled for the first rise, so I punched it down and made a focaccia out of it.
    A very tasty bread, just need to figure out what happened.
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  • kromano 8 years ago
    sounds delicious!!! Easy ingredients & easy recipe! I will have to go to the store to get some bread flour to make tonight! Will attach a rating then :)
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  • kristopher 8 years ago
    +1000 NOMS. Awesome post.
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