Dill Garlic Bread Loaf


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This wonderful, aromatic dill garlic loaf is great to serve with salad, soup or pasta. It also makes amazing sandwiches. I used fresh dill and minced garlic, half the quantity if you choose to use dried one. I love how it turned out---with a nicely golden crust but still soft, tender and satisfyingly chewy.

  • 2 Large eggs, at room-temperature
  • 260 ml Buttermilk, at room-temperature
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 tbsp Honey
  • 1 tsp Garlic salt
  • 350 g Plain flour
  • 1 tbsp Fresh dill weed, chopped
  • 2 Garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tsp Dry yeast
  1. Put all of the ingredients in the bread pan in the order listed in the INGREDIENTS and select the dough setting.
  2. After your bread machine beeps that the cycle is complete and the dough ready, using a rubber spatula, remove the dough from the machine and drop it out onto a lightly oiled work surface.
  3. Punch the dough down and knead briefly to release the air. Pat the dough into a 1cm thick rectangle and roll it up like a jelly roll. Place the dough roll in a 22cm, parchment lined loaf pan with the seam side down.
  4. Lightly spray the top of the loaf with olive oil to prevent sticking when it rises. Cover it with a piece of plastic film. Allow it to rise in a warm space for about an hour or until it is doubled in size.
  5. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F about 10 minutes before the bread will finish its rise. Once the bread has risen, carefully remove the plastic wrap.
  6. Brush the top of the loaf with a bit of egg wash. Bake the bread in the middle of the hot oven for about 30 minutes until golden brown.
  7. Remove the bread from the oven and tip the loaf out of the pan onto a wire rack to cool completely before slicing.

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34 comments:

Iwona 11/10/20 06:48

Beautiful bread loaf :)

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Evi Erlinda 11/10/20 09:47

Aromatic dill and garlic of a fresh loaf is wonderful!

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yonosoymillenium 11/10/20 12:10

que delicia y que chula la decoracion con la forma del producto verde. me encanta

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 11/10/20 12:14

You are the Queen of bread making I wish we lived closer mine never comes looking that good and I love these flavors!

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Isabell's Kitchen 11/10/20 16:32

That bread turned out great! I bet it's absolutely delicious!

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Natalia 11/10/20 16:44

Oh wow, the best idea for homemade bread, must be so soft and aromatic!

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Kitchen Riffs 11/10/20 16:51

I've had bread with dill in it (I think!) but I haven't baked any myself using it. Great idea! The aroma (and flavor!) of this must be marvelous. Thanks!

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Victoria 11/10/20 17:53

It;s yummy! Thank you very much for the recipe )))

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Jeff the Chef 11/10/20 20:17

What a gorgeous loaf! And I love what's in it: eggs, buttermilk, honey, dill, garlic (fresh and garlic salt!) ... I'll bet it's fantastic!

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foodtravelandwine 12/10/20 02:13

I love the idea!....I think I will bake it soon!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Be peres 12/10/20 02:32

I loved the recipe, I had never seen it before, but I really want to try it, especially since in Brazil it’s very hot, it’s perfect. I loved your blog, which I'm already following. xoxo https://beperes.blogspot.com/

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mjskit 12/10/20 04:04

Now I'm really happy tha it's starting to cool off here so I can run the oven. I love this bread. Dill, garlic, and buttermilk...how can it not be delicious! thanks for sharing Angie!

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speedy70 12/10/20 09:02

Che pane fantastico... e mi immagino il profumino!

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 12/10/20 16:18

Oh, my gosh, that avocado bread/toast is gorgeous! I wish I was there to eat a slice with you!!

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Marissa 12/10/20 18:38

This herbaceous loaf is the perfect pairing for soup! SO excited to try this bread!

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Heidi | The Frugal Girls 13/10/20 00:36

Your homemade garlic bread is so tantalizing. It would be amazing with just butter, but also the perfect foundation for a turkey and cheese sandwich!

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Nancy Chan 13/10/20 07:13

That is a beautiful loaf of bread.

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Sherry's Pickings 13/10/20 09:13

your loaf looks luscious angie. and i love that photo with the twist of cucumber? avocado? over it. makes me hungry ...

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Suja Manoj 13/10/20 20:59

Aromatic and flavorful, beautiful loaf of bread.

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Pattie @ Olla-Podrida 14/10/20 00:15

Garlic + Bread = Happiness. At least it does in my home. This looks phenomenal. My "Angie's Recipe" file keep getting bigger and bigger.

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Torviewtoronto 14/10/20 01:04

this garlic bread looks beautiful and flavourful

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2pots2cook 14/10/20 13:13

Would gladly have a slice without anything else added !

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Evi @ greenevi 14/10/20 17:47

Wow, dill and garlic bread sounds almost too good to be true :D

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 14/10/20 20:52

Such a beautiful, golden loaf, Angie!

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Raymund 14/10/20 21:43

This is such a nice idea, never had thought of adding dill on bread.

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Marcelle 16/10/20 00:48

Angie, I've never thought of adding dill and garlic to bread! This truly sounds like an amazing loaf of bread. That avocado rose in that pic is stunning!! :)

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Aarthi | Prepbowls 16/10/20 03:00

You're Homemade bread looks so inviting, I would eat it just warm , even without butter or any topping. The look of it, makes me crave for it, perfectly baked, and brown!

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Debra Eliotseats 18/10/20 15:38

Lovely. Is that avocado and pomegranate seeds? I must try that combo. My mom used to make a sourcream dill bread. I haven't thought of that for years. :)

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Angie's Recipes 18/10/20 15:49

@Debra EliotseatsIt's pink pepper berries, Deb.But pomegranate seeds sound really great too.

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Anonymous 20/10/20 17:38

Is that a swirl of avocados on top? It looks stunning. The bread sounds rather delicious too. Just trying to figure out what dill flavoured bread would be like.

Choclette x

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tigerfish 20/10/20 23:56

Simple ingredients but incredible flavors with fresh dill and garlic! I like how you prepare/slice the loaf to "thick toasts" :)

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