Cheesey Garlic Bubble BreadFrom krumkake 8 years ago
- 1 pound loaf frozen bread dough, thawed shopping list
- ½ cup garlic infused oil (you can make your own by simply putting several cloves of peeled garlic into a jar of good olive oil and allowing it to set for a few days) shopping list
- ½ cup butter shopping list
- 2 tablespoon finely minced fresh parsley shopping list
- 2 tablespoon finely minced fresh garlic (or run it through a garlic press) shopping list
- sea salt, to taste shopping list
- pepper, to taste shopping list
- ½ cup goat cheese, cubed or in pieces shopping list
- ½ cup fresh grated parmesan cheese shopping list
- additional garlic infused olive oil and grated parmesan cheese for serving shopping list
How to make it
- Generously spray a 9x5 loaf pan with cooking spray (or I ‘ve used a deep, round casserole dish as well). You need a pan deep enough to create the layers, but not so deep that the bread can’t bake all the way through in the allotted time.
- Pull off pieces of bread dough into small chunks - I just use a kitchen shears to cut it into small balls, about 1½” diameter – spray shears with cooking spray and it won’t stick to the dough.
- In a small bowl, whisk together oil and butter, parsley and garlic.
- Dip dough balls in oil/butter mixture and arrange in layers in loaf pan.
- Sprinkle salt and pepper in between layers, and dot with goat cheese and some Parmesan.
- Finish top layer with a dusting of salt, pepper and grated Parmesan cheese, keeping all the goat cheese in the interior layers.
- When layers are complete, cover pan loosely with plastic wrap or waxed paper and allow bread to rise until doubled (takes close to an hour).
- Bake bread at 350 degrees for about 30 to 40 minutes, until browned and crusty on top.
- Cool bread about 15 minutes before serving. Don’t try to slice it, but rather pull it apart in chunks to serve.
- Drizzle some of the garlic infused olive oil on a plate and sprinkle with some fresh grated Parmesan cheese; sprinkle with a little salt and pepper, if desired.
- Dip warm bread pieces into the oil/cheese mixture.
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OMG...heaven...pure heaven...sparow64 in Sweetwater loved it
I love garlic bread, and yours sounds simply divine with the addition of goat cheese! Yummy!juels in Clayton loved it
Oh my goodness!!! Love it, copied it and will be making it this weekend. Thanks for sharing. Ruthielittlemissey in loved it
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