A pull apart bread. The only thing better than the bread itself is the smell that wafts around the house while it is getting baked. Aah, the simple pleasures!
Cheesy Coriander BreadA pull apart bread. The only thing better than the bread itself is the smell that wafts around the house while it is getting baked. Aah, the simple pleasures!Ninitha Koya
All Purpose Flour
Coriander, finely chopped
Garlic, finely chopped
- In a bowl, mix together the yeast and milk well until all the yeast has dissolved.
- Now add the salt to the milk.
- Then quickly add the flour little by little until it forms a ball. Knead for a minute or two until flour and milk is well mixed.
- Cover the dough using cling film and leave it untouched for a couple of hours or until the dough has doubled in size
- In a different bowl, mix together the grated cheese, coriander and garlic and keep aside.
- Once the dough has risen, knead if for a couple more minutes and divide it into 12 balls.
- Roll out the balls into small circles, using a little flour to prevent it from sticking to the rolling pin.
- Now scoop a little of the cheese and coriander mixture on to each of the dough circles and crimp the edges shut to form semi circular discs.
- Arrange them on to a greased bread loaf tray, so that they overlap one another
- Let it rest for another 20-25 minutes
- Once risen, brush them with egg and bake in an oven pre heated to 180 degree Celsius for 30-35 minutes.