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Pull Apart Garlic Loaf

By Rumblingtummy @RumblingTummi
These days, I hardy cook because the kids are usually not home for dinner.  Had a few garlic that I needed to clear before the new purchase. 

So I made these Pull apart Garlic Loaf.  Totally love it as the texture is pillowy soft and the garlic taste is good.Pull apart Garlic Loaf
Findings: This yields a really soft texture and if you are a garlic lover, you will love this.  SourceWhat you need:yield 2 loaves487g bread flour35g sugar11g salt230g milk7g yeast100g egg57g unsalted butter, softenedGarlic Spread75g garlic6g salt120g unsalted butter2 tsp dried parsleyMethod:Combine bread flour, sugar, salt, yeast, and milk in a mixing bowl.  Mix to a rough dough.Add in butter and knead until it reached windowpane stage.Shape into a ball and place in an oiled bowl to proof for 1 hr or until double in volume.In a blender, add in garlic and salt, blitz until mixed.Add in butter and blitz until well blended.Add in dried parsley and blitz to mix.  Set aside. (I forgotten this)Remove dough from the bowl.  Divide into two.Roll into an rectangle.Divide the paste into 2 and generously spread onto the dough.Cut into 12 pcs.Fold each piece in half.  Place into a bread loaf tin.  Arrange two rolls.Proof for 1 hour or until 90% increase in size.Bake at 190 on the lowest rack for 20 mins and then tent it with a foil and continue to bake for another 10 mins.Remove from oven and immediately unmould.Cool on rack.Enjoy!

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