Try out these home made eggless bread knots with the flavour of garlic in each bite. They are so light, fluffy and soft in texture. You can enjoy them for breakfast or as a snack at tea time.
APF / maida ...... 2 cups
Dry yeast ........... 2 tsps
Sugar ................. 2 tsps
Salt ................... 1 tsp
Garlic powder or freshly crushed garlic .. 1 tsp
Pizza seasoning ........... 1 tsp
Olive oil ..................... 1 tbsp
Ghee .................... for brushing the buns
1. Take the flour in a bowl. Make a well and spoon the yeast and sugar in it. Add salt, garlic and olive oil on the side.
2. Pour lukewarm water on the yeast and mix well.
3. Knead to make a soft dough. Knead it for 2 minutes.
4. Cover it and set aside in a greased bowl for rising. It takes about 1 hour in summer and more time in winter.
5. Knock out the air bubbles from the risen dough and knead it lightly.
6. Remove it on to a floured surface.
7. Roll it out like a cylinder. Cut out desired size pieces using a sharp knife or thread.
8. Roll each portion into a thin rope .
9. Fold it carefully in the shape of a knot.
10. Place them on a greased baking tray or butter paper leaving little gap for rising.
11. Keep the tray inside the oven or covered well allowing the knots to rise for about 30 - 40 minutes.
12. Brush the knots with melted ghee and sprinkle the pizza seasoning over them.
13. Bake them in a pre-heated oven at 250 C for about 15 - 17 minutes or until done.
Note: The baking time may vary depending on the size of the oven. So keep checking.
Wow kids would love these shaped bread...Cute looking garlic bread knots.ReplyDelete
Yes Ruxana .. they surely will.Delete
These look great. They would make a perfect dish to serve with salsa or any dip. Love the shapes.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Mina.. they go well with anything ..at anytime.Delete
Definitely this is in my next week's to do list. Looks very interesting and now as yeast is my new darling and I can dare to bake these knots.ReplyDelete
Sure Nivedita.. I just saw your buns post today.. I am sure you'll love these.Delete
Perfect Garlic Bread Knots. I wanted to try this recipe for a quite a long time, Now your recipe has motivated me even more. They look so yummy. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Malini.. make and enjoy :)Delete
I loved the pretty plate and the tea pot. Fab looking props. Now, coming to the garlic knots, they are super cute and bite sized goodies perfect with a cup of tea.ReplyDelete
Thanks Vidya.. I bought them from Spain... and thanks for liking the garlic bread knots.Delete
These look so cute and adorable. I am sure they smelt wonderful whilst baking. I love the smell of fresh bread baking.ReplyDelete
Yes Nayna. you are right..The smell of baking breads specially with garlic and herbs is intoxicating.Delete
Wow what a perfect looking shaped bread. Kids will go crazy for sure .. beautiful picturesReplyDelete
Yes Ruchi.. kids will love these for sure.Delete
These look so perfect! I have been wanting to make these for a long time...awesome!ReplyDelete
Garlic bread is something I started loving recently..now I can try this at home..I would prefer to add freshly crushed garlic... looks so goodReplyDelete
Sure.. try them out with fresh garlic Lathi.Delete
Love these garlic bread knots, perfect with a bowl of piping hot soup :)ReplyDelete
True Freda..they make a perfect combo :)Delete
Such perfect bread knots! Must have smelt divine while these were baking.ReplyDelete
I just need a bowl of soup to enjoy these garlic knotsReplyDelete
Garlic bread is in my to do list for a long time .your post reminds me to give it a try soon..loved the beautiful props and the knots look so adorable !ReplyDelete
I can imagine how your house would've filled with delicious baking aroma with this knots. Looks delicious.ReplyDelete
These garlic bread knots are really taste great with soup or simply with tea. Good for kids lunch box. I bookmarked it being eggless I am gonna try it.ReplyDelete
Love warm garlic knots with a cup of tea. Looks so perfectly baked.ReplyDelete