Twisted Garlic Cheese Bread#BakingBloggers

Cheesy Twisted garlic bread is a great snack or appetizer.  I made this for our evening snack and they turned out so crisp and cheesy.   I had some leftover bread dough in the refrigerator, made these.  You can used any leftover bread dough to make these.

Kids will love them, this can be packed as tiffin for children or even as a travelling snack.  Its is easy and takes hardly any time to make.  Not much of second proofing.  These turned a little  more brown, cause I left them in the oven and went down for some urgent work and by the time I came and checked they had already turn this color so keep a watch while baking them.

For Baking Bloggers Sue of Palatable Pastime is our host and every month we get to vote on theme. For month of October we asked to bake with garlic as an ingredient.

Ingredients

For the dough
Use any of the bread recipe on my blog
For the filling
1/4 Cup Butter  - softened
2 Big Cloves Garlic  - minced
Grated  Cheddar cheese as required 
Method
Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

To make the  pizza dough , mix all ingredients in a bowl and add water little at time , knead to a soft dough.  Keep this in a oiled bowl for a hour or so till it doubles in volume.  

After it double in volume, punch down and divide into three parts.
Roll the dough on to a board into a big circle.
In a small bowl combine softened butter and garlic. Spread butter and garlic mixture over circle.
Sprinkle cheeses over half of the dough.
Fold other half over the cheese half.
Cut into small rectangles.

Carefully twist each rectangle and place on a baking sheet spacing about an inch apart.
Bake  for 15 minutes or until a golden brown.

Labels : Garlic, Cheese, Breads, Baking Bloggers, Snack, Kids delight, Leftover series

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sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

5 comments:

  1. These are delicious looking twists Sneha.

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  2. What an interesting shape, Sneha! They look like tasty little bow ties, perfect for a party.

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  3. What cute little twists! I bet it would be good with pizza dough too.

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  4. I can easily picture myself eating these, untwisting the layers to get at the insides...am I the only one who would do this? I think not. Yum!

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  5. Delicious and yummy looking twist. Would love to have some with a hot cup of tea.

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