This homemade recipe for cheesy garlic bread recipe will help you make light and fluffy garlic bread, filled with the aromatic tastes of garlic and mozzarella cheese. (Step-by-Step-Recipe)
About Cheesy Garlic Bread Recipe
This homemade cheesy Garlic bread is easy to make the recipe and uses very few ingredients. So if you love baking and love baking goodies, then this recipe is just for you. This recipe comes together in less than 50 minutes excluding resting time for dough which takes about an hour. So yes, you can call this recipe a quick and simple garlic bread recipe.
The soft-touch and texture of the bread give you the melt-in-mouth feeling that you or anybody, cannot stop at one and the bread will disappear in seconds.
This Cheesy Garlic Bread recipe is always best when served fresh and warm out of the oven and the cheese is melted and gooey. You can serve this with any meal you want.
So what are you waiting for, now you too can make this recipe and see how soon it becomes your family’s favorite recipe too.
Why you Should Make this Recipe?
There is no reason, not to bake this Cheesy Garlic Bread for yourself and your family. This Bread is
- Your Kids will love this
- Light and Buttery Soft
- Require minimal ingredients
- Easy to prepare at home and a treat for all ages.
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Basic Ingredients Used to Make this Recipe:
Maida: I have made the bread dough with All-purpose flour but you can replace maida with whole wheat flour.
Milk: We’ve added lukewarm milk and a little lukewarm water to bring the dough together because the addition of milk makes the dough softer.
Sugar: Sugar is essential for this recipe. Sugar acts as a catalyst that kicks start the yeast fermentation process.
Yeast: I have used active dry yeast. You can use either active dry yeast or instant yeast. Instant yeast takes less time for proofing. But most importantly use good quality yeast.
Garlic: Of course, it is a must-add.
Maize Flour: It gives a rough texture and a different flavor. So I love adding this ingredient.
Butter: We would need lots of butter also for this recipe.
Mayonnaise: Here is the twist, the addition of mayonnaise. Do add this ingredient to get the best result.
Mozzarella Cheese: You would need some mozzarella cheese, freshly grated melts the best.
Recipe for Cheesy Garlic Bread
- 2 cups All Purpose Flour
- 1/2 cup Milk
- 2 tsp Yeast
- 1 tbsp Sugar
- 1 tbsp Milk Powder
- 1/2 cup Water
- 1 tbsp Butter
- 2 tsp Salt
- Maize Flour as required
For making Garlic Spread:
- 20 nos Garlic as per your requirement
- 3 tbsp Butter
- Oregano seasoning as required
- Chilli Flakes as required
- Plain Mayonnaise as required
- Mozzarella Cheese as required
- In a bowl take hot milk and dissolve the sugar in it. Let is cool until it is warm enough to dip your finger.
- Add yeast and mix well.
- Let it proof for about 4-5 minutes
- (If you are using, instant yeast, you can skip the above 2 steps)
- Now add all-purpose flour, milk powder, salt and water and mix it to a sticky dough.
- The dough has to be sticky consistency. But do not add extra flour.
- Transfer the dough to a platform and Knead well for about 10-15 minutes by stretching and scrapping the dough.
- You can beat the dough in between. This helps make the dough soft and fluffy.
- Knead until the stickiness is gone and it forms a nice soft dough
- Add 1 tbsp butter and knead once more for another 2-3 minutes
- Grease a bowl with butter and place the dough in it.
- Grease the dough with butter and cover and let it rest for about an hour.
- In 1 hour the dough will become double the size.
- After 1 hour, take off the cover and punch the dough to remove air bubbles.
- Transfer the dough to a platform, sprinkle some maize flour and knead once again for about 2 minutes.
- Roll the dough out to the size of your pizza tray. We are using a 12 inch pizza tray to bake, so we rolled it out to that size.
- Place it on the pizza tray.
- To make the garlic spread, place a small bowl on low heat and add the 3tbsp butter to it.
- Now add crushed garlic to it and let it heat for about 5 minutes and set it aside.
- Make horizontal and vertical cuts on the dough.
- Brush the top of the dough with the melted butter-garlic mix.
- Now spread the mayonnaise nicely on top of the entire bread dough.
- Then spread the mozzarella cheese on top of it in such a way that it is spread evenly on top of the entire dough
- Cover the dough and let it sit for about 10-15 minutes while we preheat the oven
- Preheat your over at 240 degrees for about 10 minutes.
- Now place the tray in the preheated oven and bake it at 240 degrees for about 15 minutes.
- Once the bread is done, take it out and slice it.
- Your cheesy garlic bread is ready to be served.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cheesy Garlic Bun:
Why is Garlic Bread so Hard?
Use warm water, but not hot water when blooming the yeast. Don’t over-knead, either! Developing the gluten too much will cause a tough loaf.
What is the difference between dry yeast and instant dry yeast?
Active dry yeast and instant yeast both help leaven bread and provide an airy, light texture, but they do so in slightly different ways and there’s one major difference in how you use them: Active dry yeast needs to be dissolved in water before using, while instant yeast can be mixed right into dry ingredients.
What happens to bread with too much yeast?
Too much yeast could cause the dough to go flat by releasing gas before the flour is ready to expand. If you let the dough rise too long, it will start having a yeast or beer smell and taste and ultimately deflate or rise poorly in the oven and have a light crust.
Can you replace active dry yeast with instant yeast?
Active dry yeast and instant yeast can generally be used interchangeably, one-for-one (although active dry yeast may be slower to rise). So if a recipe calls for instant yeast and you use active dry yeast instead, you may want to consider adding an extra 10 to 15 minutes for the rise time.
Will Salt kill yeast in bread?
Salt does retard yeast growth, and in concentrations that are too high, it can indeed kill the yeast. In judicious amounts, salt is what brings out the flavor in the bread and controls yeast growth so that the resulting crumb is nice and even.
Why did my dough for the bun not rise?
There are two possibilities. You over-kneaded the dough, or the yeast is bad. In 90% of the cases, it is because the yeast is bad. So you might want to check the yeast and use a good one.
What can be used instead of yeast?
You can use Baking powder, baking soda, and sourdough starters as substitutes. You can read more about the same here.
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