I absolutely love the taste and smell of garlic, herbs and onion, and of course when I eat a pizza, these ingredients plus cheese are always somewhere among the others. I love baking bread as you know by now, so it seemed the most natural thing to bake some kind of bread based on some of my favourite foods like pizza.
Australian garlic just happens to be so much better than imported garlic too and I could just imagine the cheesy, oniony, garlic bread I was going to try. In typical Aussie style, I’ve got a quick and easy recipe that takes just 5 minutes requires just 1 tablespoon of dry yeast and rosemary, a half tablespoon of salt, 3 cups plain flour, a cup and a half of lukewarm water and a teaspoon of sugar. Before baking add in 2 or 3 cloves of chopped fresh garlic and some chopped onion and cheese. This bread is baked for between 30 and 40 minutes. Its best not to bake the bread when you’re hungry because the aromas that fill your kitchen and home will just be two overwhelming to resist and you’ll want to haul out the butter immediately.