Saturday, May 20, 2017

Herb Bread

King Arthur's March Bake Along was for a Butterflake Herb Loaf:
http://blog.kingarthurflour.com/2017/03/01/butterflake-herb-loaf-bakealong/
I actually did bake this in March, but it took until yesterday to get the pictures off the camera!  

 The technique is that you roll out the bread dough, cut large circles, spread filling on the circles, fold them into semicircles and stack in your bread pan to make a pull-apart loaf.  The recipe was a little fiddley for what is basically garlic bread, but it wasn't hard to follow, and everyone liked it. 

One of the loaves
The loaf pulled apart


I followed the recipe as listed, but the website also includes options for other types of fillings including a sweet filling.

After making two loaves, I still had some dough leftover.  My daughter and I used that to make rolls.  We rolled small dough ball, stacked two or three of them into a muffin cup and spread the filling on top.  These were very good and not nearly as much work.  I could see these making an appearance at our dinner table.


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