Garlic bread has its origin in southern Europe, where garlic plants have flourished for thousands of years. A ton of garlic recipes came into being, including that of this bread. As everything is evolving in the present times, the variations of garlic bread evolved too. People started making them into hard and soft loaves of bread. They later went on adding herbs, which would make them favourable and aromatic. But with no time, people started stuffing it too. The whole idea of bread complimenting a dish was changed. It is an entire meal in itself now. Speaking of revolution, let us talk about The cheesy stuffed garlic bread. Dominos first introduced this delicious cheese-filled garlic loaf with their Italian seasonings. This unique cheese garlic bread has a big reputation in India with its excellent flavour and tasty mozzarella filling.
Make this fantastic wheat garlic bread, which is as good as gourmet.
250g whole wheat flour (gehnu ka aata)
1 tbsp butter
1/4 cup lukewarm milk
1/4 cup curd
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 cup finely chopped garlic
1/4 cup melted butter
1/2 grated mozzarella or processed cheese
Red chilli flakes, oregano & black pepper powder
Preheat a kadai for 15 minutes with a ring or plate in it for elevation.
Add whole wheat flour, salt, baking soda & powdered sugar in a vessel and mix.
Add the lukewarm milk & curd in the mixture.
Prepare a sticky dough with lukewarm water. (add water as needed)
Add 1tbsp butter/oil and knead the dough for 3-4 minutes until smooth.
Apply some oil on the dough, cover it, and keep it aside for 15-20 minutes to rest.
Mix the chopped garlic, chilli flakes, and pepper into the melted butter.
Divide the dough into three balls. Dust the platform with dry flour and start rolling the ball into a thick disc.
Apply garlic butter on the disc, inside and out.
Place the cheese, finely chopped bell peppers, corn, and onions in the center.
Fold it and make it like a moon, seal the ends and apply the garlic butter on top.
Place the garlic bread in a plate, make small, gentle vertical cuts throughout the bread.
Place the plate in the preheated kadhai for about 15 minutes.
And voila.!! Your delicious garlic bread is ready
Keeping a ring or plate inside the kadhai while baking is essential. Otherwise, the bottom part of garlic bread will burn, and the top will cook unevenly.
The dough needs to rest else; it will not rise.
Do not use runny curd. It will not bind the mixture well.
You can use a tandoor or oven instead of cooking it in the kadhai, but make sure you preheat the oven for 10 minutes.
You can also use yeast instead of the curd. We prefer not to.
Make the cuts on its surface. The cheese will start oozing out and stick to your pan or plate.