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Roasted Garlic & Herb Bread

September/October 2011

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This savory quick bread is loaded with roasted garlic—two heads of it!—plus chopped fresh herbs of your choice, so it has a big nutty, toasty, herbal flavor that’s ideal with a hot bowl of soup. If you’re intimidated about baking bread, a quick bread, which is made with baking powder and baking soda instead of yeast, is the perfect place to start.


Roasted Garlic & Herb Bread

4 Reviews for Roasted Garlic & Herb Bread

07/29/2014
Anonymous
Easy and delicious

I love this bread in the winter with a soup. I rarely have bread in the house so this is any easy thing to pull together with just the ingredients you have on hand. I use herbes de provence and it's very flavorful.

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06/20/2013

The bread turned out very good actually. Maybe a bit too hard but it was delicious. Really helped to cut the garlic into smaller pieces for more taste!

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06/20/2013

The bread turned out very good actually. Maybe a bit too hard but it was delicious. Really helped to cut the garlic into smaller pieces for more taste!

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04/03/2013
Anonymous

pretty obvious from the ingredients that it was going to be cake like... and it is cake like :) The idea it self is good. I used dill and oregano but it wasn't flavourful so i think it will be much better with strong herbs like rosemary. For the garlic, u only get the flavour when u reach one of them so i suggest chopping the garlic this way it will go everywhere.. For the cake like texture its much better when u toast the slices just before eating but toast it for loooong time till it crisp, i used a toaster but a grill will do.

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