Monsoon is around and most of us Indians keep looking forward to hot and spicy street food. But now you have a dish so succulent, that you can savour this delicacy at home. Apart from ‘Samosas’ and ‘Pakodes’, here is a recipe by Dhanashree Krambelkar, that goes perfect with the mood of rainy seasons. Also, it can be picked on priority by the cheese lovers as the dish is served cheese-stuffed!
So let’s have a look at this quick recipe.
Cheesy Pull Apart Garlic Bread
1.Mozzarella cheese shredded about 1 cup or cheese slices (10)
2.An uncut bread loaf
3.Toasted mixed seeds (like sesame, pumpkin, flax, onion seeds, oat flakes, etc)
4.Butter mix containing:
1 stick (small pack) butter,
5. Finely chopped garlic- 2 tablespoons
6. Oregano- 1 tablespoons
7.Crushed pepper- 1 tsp
8.Garlic powder (optional) – 1 tsp
9.Chilly flakes- 1 tablespoon
10.1 tbsp sandwich masala (optional), salt to taste and a handful of chopped coriander leaves.
Take the bread loaf and cut it diagonally, to form diamond shapes. Do not cut it till the bottom, cut the bread till 3/4th of the bread’s height so that the bottom is in 1 piece. Now, fill the butter mix in all of the gaps, then fill in the cheese in all of these gaps. Wrap this prepared bread in aluminum foil and put in the oven at 210 degrees for 20 minutes. Once it is done, take it out of the foil, and see that if you are able to see the melted cheese. If not, put it back again into the oven for 10 more minutes. Secondly, for garnishing the bread, sprinkle the toasted seeds, some left over butter mix and some coriander leaves and some sandwich masala and serve it hot.
RECIPE BY : Dhanashree Karambelkar
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