Saturday, October 27, 2007

Garlic bread

tear and share garlic bread

Oh, come on - another batch of cinnamon rolls? But no. No, not at all. This is a tear and share garlic bread. It just happens to look a lot like cinnamon buns. Which isn't very surprising, since it's made the same way - a yeasted bread dough, rolled out into a rectangle, and spread with spiced butter. In this case, butter, garlic and herbs. Rolled up, cut into thick pieces, placed together in a pan to rise, and then baked.

Was it great? Honestly, I've had much better garlic bread so I won't even bother with the recipe. Make some cinnamon rolls instead.

7 comments:

Familjen Edvall said...

It looked good anyway:-)
I visit you here sometimes but I don´t know if I should comment on swedish or english. Thank you for sharing your recipies and experience with all us strangers! /Katrin

meeso said...

What a great idea...I never seen this before! I have got to try this!

karolcia said...

I love garlic bread and this one looks really amazing!!!

Katie said...

Its a shame you weren't impressed with the results it looks great through. I would never have throught of making it this way, I now want to experiment it with myself, thanks for the idea.

Jeanne said...

What a pity - I was getting very excited at the thought of these swirly buns slathered in galricky butter :( They do look very pretty though. Maybe cheesey garlic rolls would work better?

Gary J said...

The best garlic bread gets the garlic after the bread has been made. I could tell you how to do it myself, but I saw this blog entry today, complete with picture. http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/001563.html

Anne said...

Gary - yes, that's what I usually do :)