What do we have here? It is a soft pull-apart bread with an awesome crust and garlic aroma. Treat your family to this simple but incredibly tasty bread.
No one can resist trying a few pieces of this bread. Seriously, it was hard for me not to eat the whole loaf. Pieces of this garlic and cheese bread are melting in my mouth, and the crust crunches nicely.
I hardly stopped eating this yummy pull-apart bread to save at least half of the bread for my friends. I’m sure, you will like the aroma of this garlic and cheese pull-apart bread so much! This recipe doesn’t have any troubles and you don’t need to knead the dough for a long time.
Don’t be afraid of this recipe if you don’t know how to knead and bake bread from scratch, because we use store-bought bread, so you will definitely bake this yummy bread very often!
I really like to cook it for a home party. Friends always ask me when I will cook it again. By the way, sometimes I cook pull-apart bread in advance, and then just warm it up in the microwave.
Does garlic kill yeast in bread?
Yes, I wouldn’t recommend adding garlic when kneading the dough. It’s better to add it when the dough has risen. And if talking about this recipe, we use store-bought bread.
So, garlic won’t make it worse. Moreover, you will get a very fragrant tasty pull-apart bread.
What cheese goes with sourdough bread?
You can use any melting cheese for this recipe. For me, the best melting cheese is Mozzarella, Cheddar, Monterey Jack, and Swiss.
By the way, you can mix cheeses and use two types of cheese to make this pull-apart bread. Also, you can use any of your favorite cheese, but be sure it melts well and will go well with garlic.
How do you reheat garlic bread?
It’s okay if you have leftovers, or if you have prepared garlic bread and your guests haven’t come yet. There are two ways to reheat pull-apart bread – in the microwave and in the oven.
Microwave. Just heat bread without foil until warm. Do not overheat. Oven. Preheat oven to 350°F. Wrap leftovers or whole garlic bread in foil and place on a baking sheet. Bake for 10-15 mins or until warm.
Why does my bread crack on top?
It’s okay if you have a big crack in the pull-apart garlic and cheese bread after the cheese has melted. Maybe, you damaged the cracks when filling them with cheese and widened them.
This pull-apart bread is really very simple, you can just pull bites and eat it. So feel free to try and enjoy it!
- Don’t cut the bread completely.
- Use a denser type of bread, it will be easier to cut and pieces will hold together.
- You can add bacon, favorite herbs, or spices to this cheese and garlic crack bread.
- If you don’t have mozzarella cheese, you can use another cheese that melts well.
OTHER RECIPES YOU MIGHT ENJOY
- - 1 crusty loaf (sourdough or Vienna);
- - 1 cup Mozzarella cheese, shredded;
- - 1 stick unsalted butter, melted;
- - 2 garlic cloves, minced;
- - ¾ tsp salt;
- - 1 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped.
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Make diagonal cuts in the bread at a distance of 1 inch from one to the other cut. Don't cut the bread completely, leave ¼ inch on the bottom crust.
- In a bowl, mix melted butter, minced garlic, and salt until combined. Add finely chopped parsley and stir completely.
- Pour butter mixture evenly between the cut cracks. If you have remaining butter mixture, brush the bread. Then, stuff evenly all the bread cracks with shredded mozzarella.
- Place stuffed bread on a large piece of aluminium foil and wrap it. Bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. Then, unwrap bread and bake for additional 5-10 minutes until mozzarella cheese completely melts. Serve warm.
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