Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (2024)

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Recipe for making breakable bread with garlic butter.

Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (1)

Making your own bread is much easier than you think. Of course you can do very complicated things, but I'm not really into that. I actually enjoy making something very tasty from good ingredients in an easy way. You too? Then you've come to the right place with this delicious recipe for break bread with garlic butter.

And for those who wonder what I actually mean by break bread? These are all smaller rolls that you break apart after baking. It is a nice replacement for baguette. This bread is also hard(er) on the outside and soft on the inside.

Also view the photos below and read the tips.

Recipe for making break bread

For 12 breakable rolls – preparation time: 20 minutes – resting time: 2.5 hours – oven time: 30 minutes

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Recipe for making breakable bread with garlic butter

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Auteur:Ellen

Number of persons:12

Ingredients

  • 300 grams of wheat flour
  • 4 grams of dried yeast
  • 200ml lukewarm water
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 2 heaped tablespoons garlic butter, at room temperature

Instructions

  1. Place the flour, yeast and sea salt in a large bowl and make a well in the center.
  2. Add the lukewarm water and knead into a cohesive dough.
  3. Sprinkle some extra flour on the work surface and knead the dough for about 10 minutes until it feels firm and elastic.
  4. Sprinkle the dough with a little flour and place it in a bowl.
  5. Cover with a warm damp cloth.
  6. Set aside in a warm place for an hour. Until the dough has doubled in size.
  7. Grease a roasting pan or oven tray.
  8. Make 12 balls from the dough and place them side by side (3×4) in a roasting tin or on an oven tray. You can leave some space between them, it doesn't matter.
  9. Spread half the garlic butter over and between the dough balls and let rest for another 1.5 hours until the dough has doubled in size.
  10. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees.
  11. Sprinkle a little sea salt over the dough balls and place the roasting tin in the center of the oven for 30 minutes. Until they are done and golden brown.
  12. Remove the bread from the oven and brush it with the remaining tablespoon of garlic butter.
  13. Let cool a little and break.
  14. Enjoy!

TIPS

If you want to let the dough rise, it is very important that it is warm enough in that place. For example, turn up your heating slightly or place the roasting pan on the stove next to a soup or pasta sauce that is simmering. This way the dough gets quite a bit of extra heat, which also makes rising better/faster.

This breakable bread with garlic butter tastes delicious with, for example, a (tomato) soup, as a snack bread with a cheese, slice of ham and an olive, for Easter breakfast and much more.

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Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (2)Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (3)Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (4)The balls of dough do not have to be exactly aligned, as this will happen automatically during the rising process. So leave a little space between them so that they can expand a bit.Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (5)Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (6)The garlic butter on top and between and now you can let the balls of dough rise.
Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (7)It may be a bit difficult to see in the photo, but if you look closely you will see that the balls of dough are all tighter against each other after rising and the balls are fuller and airier to look at.

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  1. Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (10)Angela say

    Looks very tasty, but a lot of work for breakfast. Can you also make the sandwiches a day in advance? And then bake the next container or put it back in the oven?

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    • Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (11)Ellen say

      Hi Angela,
      The work isn't too bad, but I can well imagine that you don't feel like having to make this before breakfast. If you want to eat the bread for breakfast, you can also use regular butter without garlic. You can also make this bread a day in advance. I would then prepare it completely and let it rest so that all you have to do is bake it on the day itself. Then simply store the dough at room temperature. Good luck, I'm very curious! Greetings, Ellen

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  2. Making break bread recipe with garlic butter - Made by Ellen (12)Liz say

    Break bread fails! The dough collapsed when the 12 balls with the garlic butter were rising.
    Made the dough with the food processor. When I made the balls I thought the dough was very sticky.
    What went wrong?

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