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This recipe for garlic bread, by , is from The Labor Goes On, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Heather Mac
Added: Monday, October 8, 2007


500g of strong white flour(bread making flour) plus extra for dusting
2 tea spoons (5ml per teaspoon) of salt
easy_blend yeast (fast actiion) a sachet or 2 teaspoons
2 table spoons (15ml per spoon) olive oil
2 tea spoons honey or sugar ( i use honey)
300 mil warm water
oil to greese the tin

for garlic butter

150g butter
large hand full parsley
2 or 3 cloves of garlic

1 put flour in mixing bowl add salt and yest sir with wooden spoon

2 spoon loive oil and honey/sugar in a mearuing jug make up to 300 ml with warm water stir well

3 pour the watter on to the flour a little at a time . either with a wooden spoon or hands work the water into the flour. it should be a mass of sticky dough if its very sticky add more flour if its too dry add more water

4 flour work surface and turn the dough out it need to be needed for at least 10 mins. 5 put in bowl to prove cover with tea towl or cling film, place some whare warm but not to hot. leave for about 1 1/2 - 2 hours

after this time need bread adain for just a few moments with a rolling pin roll out to desired thikness

melt butter in pan
finely chop parsly and crush the garlic add to melted butter and mix in pan for a few mins.

when your bread dough is flan on a baking tray yourse your finger tips to make dimples inthe dough then pour over your butter mix

bake in a moderate heat in the over for 20 - 30 mins




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