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Herb and Garlic Pull Apart Bread


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Ingredients

10 portion(s)

Butter

  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 bunch mixed herbs, fresh, optional
  • 5/600 g fresh cream, chilled, not thickened, minimum fat content 35%
  • 500 g cold water

Bread

  • 450 g lukewarm water
  • 750 g bakers flour
  • 1.5 tsp salt
  • 4 tsp Yeast
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Recipe's preparation

    Butter Method
  1. Place garlic and herbs into mixing bowl chop for 3 sec/speed 7. Set aside.

    Insert Butterfly. Place cream into mixing bowl and beat for 1-3 min/speed 4 to separate*.

    Once separated, strain buttermilk through the basket carefully. Remove Butterfly.

    Place water into mixing bowl with separated butter and mix for 5-10 sec/speed 4.

    Strain liquid again through basket and squeeze solids with your hand to extract all remaning liquid.

    Once butter is ready, add garlic and herbs and mix for 30 sec/speed 4.

    *The separating process takes between 1 and 3 minutes depending on the freshness of the cream.

  2. Bread Method
  3. Pre-heat oven to 180°C.

    Place all ingredients into mixing bowl and mix for 5 sec/speed 7 to combine.

    With dial set to Closed lid, knead for 2 minDough mode

    Let dough rise for 30 minutes or until doubled in size.

    Roll onto ThermoMat into large rectangle and spread herb butter over dough.

    If necessary, sprinkle dough with flour first to prevent butter from sliding off.

    With a butter knife, cut 3-4cm wide strips. Fold each dough strip in a concertina pattern and place cut side up in a 23cm springform tin until all the strips are pressed in together.

    Bake for approximately 40-45 minutes. Serve hot.

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  • The best even my fussy son ate it

    Submitted by Snoox on 30. May 2017 - 15:20.

    The best even my fussy son ate it Smile

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  • Oops as it said put all ingredients in bowl and...

    Submitted by Andrea Harris on 18. May 2017 - 16:32.

    Oops' as it said put all ingredients in bowl and mix - I added the herb butter to flour. Also would be easier to use butter than making own.

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  • What does 5/600 cream mean?

    Submitted by Esta Jones on 12. April 2017 - 12:10.

    What does 5/600 cream mean?

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  • GREAT CROWD PLEASER

    Submitted by superchargedfoods on 15. December 2016 - 16:12.

    GREAT CROWD PLEASER

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  • Yummy

    Submitted by caroldupreez on 7. December 2016 - 07:59.

    Yummy

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  • Loved it! It didn't last

    Submitted by Dallas28 on 3. September 2016 - 16:27.

    Loved it! It didn't last long. Will definately make this again. 

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  • Amazing!!! First time at

    Submitted by Kylie-Jayne on 13. July 2016 - 21:13.

    Amazing!!! First time at making any form of bread, since getting my Thermi 6 days ago and the whole family loved it. Thankyou.  PS: I am now a Thermi addict lol

     

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  • Love this! looks amazing and

    Submitted by spoonlydz on 5. July 2016 - 15:17.

    Love this! looks amazing and isn't too hard. Gets finished off everytime i make it tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Delicious ....My first time

    Submitted by Hennessy on 5. July 2016 - 08:59.

    Delicious ....My first time I've ever made bread and it turned out great....... love love love the garlic butter and so easy, I'll definitely be having it in the fridge from now on.  

     

    Joanne 

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  • It should still work with

    Submitted by Happydi67 on 24. June 2016 - 12:13.

    It should still work with Gluten free flower you can make Bread with Gluten Free flour so I guess it would be the same. 

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  • I'm trying to go 'gluten

    Submitted by Phillippa on 24. June 2016 - 08:39.

    I'm trying to go 'gluten free' at the moment, would this work with a gluten free flour? Or the same mix you use in the Thermomix gluten free bread? Has anyone tried? tmrc_emoticons.) 

     

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  • This looks great. i looked up

    Submitted by amyk11 on 23. June 2016 - 21:23.

    This looks great.

    i looked up how to put it together on YouTube.  Very happy with the result 

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  • One of the first things I

    Submitted by RocknRolljoel on 12. May 2016 - 13:11.

    One of the first things I made in my new Thermomix. A bit fiddly to start with, but not too hard and tastes SO good. Looks amazing too!

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  • Just made this, its in the

    Submitted by GEBDEB on 25. February 2016 - 11:01.

    Just made this, its in the oven now. I used store bought butter, 150g, it was plenty. Whizzed it up with rosemary, parsley and basil! Can't wait to try it. I love how easy it is to make. Will definitely be making it again.

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  • this was one of the first

    Submitted by Aussie TM5 Thermomixer on 22. December 2015 - 16:51.

    this was one of the first recipes I ever made in my Bellini over 2 years ago and it is awesome

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  • Great pull-apart bread - put

    Submitted by BarbF on 22. December 2015 - 16:32.

    Great pull-apart bread - put tray under tin when baking as the butter melts out and drips down into the bottom of the oven.

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  • Delicious. Rolled the strips

    Submitted by sarahwinkler on 24. October 2015 - 12:46.

    Delicious. Rolled the strips instead and put in my chasseur crock pot - no leaking butter for me! Used 180g store bought butter. Thanks! 

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  • the 5/600g means 500-600g of

    Submitted by bugs mum on 23. October 2015 - 18:31.

    the 5/600g means 500-600g of cream to make butter with

    we love this, it's standard starter food whenever we're hosting with some home made dips. We've made it a but like a plait loaf too

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  • Awesome recipe! Great way to

    Submitted by Sammy27 on 10. August 2015 - 16:22.

    Awesome recipe! Great way to impress visitors.

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  • not understanding the cream.

    Submitted by mick756 on 24. July 2015 - 21:13.

    not understanding the cream.

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  • What does 5/600 cream mean?

    Submitted by mick756 on 24. July 2015 - 21:11.

    What does 5/600 cream mean?

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  • Very nice recipe. I found it

    Submitted by phallett on 26. May 2015 - 19:31.

    Very nice recipe. I found it quite easy & it tasted amazing. 

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  • Yum! 

    Submitted by katymg99 on 29. March 2015 - 00:57.

    Yum! 

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  • Loved this one and got so

    Submitted by Louisa1979 on 30. January 2015 - 17:59.

    Loved this one and got so many lovely comments. A keeper recipe!

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  • We all just loved it and so

    Submitted by Sunshine Mumma on 25. January 2015 - 11:34.

    We all just loved it and so easy to make.  A real crowd pleaser

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  • Huge hit! Used store butter

    Submitted by VelvetTheThermomix on 19. January 2015 - 22:17.

    Huge hit! Used store butter and two huge handfuls of parsely and maybe 3 teaspoons of ground dill seeds and two garlic cloves. Super impressed! Will certainly be making this again!

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  • Hi all, just be aware that

    Submitted by KittyKate on 19. December 2014 - 19:59.

    Hi all, just be aware that this recipe is missing an important step both on the chip and in the book....the first separting off of the liquid after the first whisking. It made dealing with the butter very difficult. Too sloppy. Tried it anyway, and the bread didn't cook. Too wet. Have amended my cookbook and will attempt it again for Chrissy. 

     

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  • This sounds nice  I might try

    Submitted by Happydi67 on 30. November 2014 - 13:06.

    This sounds nice  I might try this also Love Rasberry.

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  • This was very easy to make

    Submitted by Happydi67 on 30. November 2014 - 13:04.

    This was very easy to make with my Themomix TM5 it tasted Great I added cheese. The next day the Garlic was stronger very nice.

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  • Tried this at a class and

    Submitted by ainsrussell on 8. September 2014 - 00:03.

    Tried this at a class and it's delicious 

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  • This was great, made it for

    Submitted by Pinkbellee on 17. August 2014 - 21:21.

    This was great, made it for the first time today. Will add extra garlic and herbs next time, maybe some cheese too. A great starting recipe to explore pull aparts.

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  • Can this be frozen? Shpould I

    Submitted by clare p on 14. August 2014 - 14:04.

    Can this be frozen? Shpould I freeze prior to cooking it, in its dough form or after? I would like to make a couple for a party we are hosting but becasue it takes time would like to do it a week before. Is this possible? Thanks

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  • I used this dough recipe as

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 12. August 2014 - 14:27.

    I used this dough recipe as the base for my Cranberry and Strawberry jam Pull Apart Scrolls yesterday!

    Find me at Kirls Thermo Updates (Facebook)

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  • Hi! Is this 180 conventional,

    Submitted by jlhayward on 6. August 2014 - 15:28.

    Hi! Is this 180 conventional, or 180 fan forced? thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Anything with garlic is a

    Submitted by Npestell21 on 5. August 2014 - 21:20.

    Anything with garlic is a winner - especially if you add a few extra cloves

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  • Such a great recipe, it was a

    Submitted by Melmuzza on 5. August 2014 - 19:50.

    Such a great recipe, it was a hit at the family bbq. Nothing beats a loaf of freshly baked bread, this will easily become a favourite recipe for me.   Just used store bought butter but want to try making my own butter next time. 

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  • Used this recipe to make half

    Submitted by Tasty on 21. July 2014 - 23:42.

    Used this recipe to make half garlic bread and half bacon and cheese scroll loaf. Rose beautifully and lovely texture however needs more flavour somehow and not sure the best way to go about this.

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  • Delicious!  The loaf was huge

    Submitted by Sarah Jordan on 21. July 2014 - 15:56.

    Delicious!  The loaf was huge - would certainly get more than 10 portions out of it.  I only used about half the recommended amount of butter and that was fine.  Really yummy with my homemade mushroom soup creation!!

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  • Delicious! I made a half

    Submitted by Kosmo on 20. July 2014 - 23:17.

    Delicious! I made a half batch and cooked it in a loaf tin.

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  • Cooked this recipe from the

    Submitted by laurad2301 on 25. June 2014 - 14:50.

    Cooked this recipe from the Everyday Cookbook and it was fantastic (although made the mistake of not putting a tray underneath!). Making it again to go with soup and taking to work tomorrow for our weekly "soup kitchen".

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  • First, I need to say a huge

    Submitted by meljb on 23. June 2014 - 15:28.

    First, I need to say a huge THANK YOU to those of you who recommended putting a tray under the tin - I can't even imagine how bad my oven would have looked if I hadn't. The butter sure does melt!

    this was fun to make, tasted just gorgeous & looked amazing. Mine came out looking just as good (if not better) than the picture. I sprinkled Parmesan cheese on top of my butter mixture, helped make it a lovely golden colour & added to the taste.

    Will definitely be making this again (& again).

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  • Easy, delicious and fun to

    Submitted by BriohnyD on 16. June 2014 - 13:36.

    Easy, delicious and fun to make but place a tray under your tin! The butter leaked all over the floor of my oven so our house was smoked out and cleaning the oven was a pain, but it won't put me off making this again. Thanks for sharing a lovely recipe. 

     

     

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  • So good. I also used store

    Submitted by JodieTamblyn on 8. June 2014 - 18:06.

    So good. I also used store bought butter, but was so so yum. Will be making this next time we have guest for tea. Looks impressive also. 

    Definitely put a tray under the pan, as it leaks a lot. 

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  • This is fantastic and makes a

    Submitted by Luisa B3 on 4. June 2014 - 20:22.

    This is fantastic and makes a very generous loaf, works every time! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Luisa B

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  • Loved this! Thank you! I'm

    Submitted by ESP on 3. June 2014 - 18:11.

    Loved this! Thank you! I'm glad I read the comments before I baked it though, and put it on an oven tray, as there was butter everywhere tmrc_emoticons.) Delicious! I also added cheese

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  • Add more garlic and dont make

    Submitted by Cal2 on 27. May 2014 - 12:14.

    Add more garlic and dont make my own butter - very yummy  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • OMG Amazing . I added grated

    Submitted by samdobbyn on 19. May 2014 - 13:13.

    OMG Amazing . I added grated cheese on butter and then sprinkled on top before baking . I used all fresh herbs from my garden a mix of chives, parsley, basil and rosemary . next time I may even add some chopped black olives tmrc_emoticons.) Yummo 

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  • Fantastic! I kneaded for 6

    Submitted by Melikins on 16. May 2014 - 13:22.

    Fantastic! I kneaded for 6 minutes (following "the road to loving my thermomix" 's bread recommendations), and used 250g of purchased butter. It was waaaay too much butter, but the excess just melted off so no problems. I folded it as recommended, then put it into a bundt pan which worked really well. I also added parmesan to the butter mix, and next time I'll add more cheese (including cheddar). 

    This was my second attempt at bread, and it was delicious - crisp crust on the top, sooooo soft and fluffy inside. Next time I'm going to try frying bacon and onion first, then mixing it through with cheese and garlic and using that instead of the butter mixture. And I'll roll it and slice like scrolls, instead of slicing and folding. 

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  • Really lovely and soft, it

    Submitted by NatalieJones83 on 9. May 2014 - 07:40.

    Really lovely and soft, it needs the salt and lots of garlice butter, I will be adding garlic, herbs $ mustard to the dough next time.

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  • I loved this recipe! However,

    Submitted by nicolethuijs on 5. May 2014 - 11:09.

    I loved this recipe! However, we decided to only use half of the butter as it seemed liked too much.....big mistake. Next time I will make sure I load it up. We also sprinkled parmesean on top before baking. It looked gorgeous tmrc_emoticons.)

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