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Domino’s Garlic Bread Recipe (Copycat)

    Domino’s Garlic Bread Recipe (Copycat)

    I have no doubt that you are familiar with the illustrious garlic bread offered by Domino’s. Nothing else comes close to replicating the flavour of their bread, which has a unique blend of bread, garlic, and herbs.

    This handmade version is not at all like the garlic bread offered by Domino’s — in fact, it’s much better! If you want the greatest experience, you should forego the pricey bread and instead choose a baguette from France.

    I bake my French baguette from scratch every time to ensure that it is as fresh as possible, and I will give you the recipe. The effects are incredible, despite the fact that it is so simple to produce.

    The freshly prepared French baguette is topped with a generous quantity of butter, pungent garlic, and aromatic parsley before being quickly roasted for a brief period of time. What are the results? As a matter of fact, I’m now on my second loaf as I’m writing this text!

    Putting together some Garlic Bread (Overview)

    The whole recipe, together with detailed instructions for each step, can be found at the conclusion of this piece; however, before you dive in, it is helpful to have an idea of what you will be doing.

    There are a lot of different ways to make garlic bread, but my favourite method is one that Domino’s uses. It consists of a baguette loaf that has been sliced almost all the way through, and each piece is slathered with garlic butter before being wrapped in aluminium foil and baked until it is golden brown.

    As was previously indicated, I utilised a freshly baked baguette in the preparation of my dish. You will only need a few basic ingredients to prepare this bread, including flour, salt, a little amount of sugar, yeast, and water. Completely combine all of the ingredients, then set the dough aside to rest for an hour.

    After the dough has risen for a further hour, shape it into a baguette and bake it. Bake the baguette after brushing it with butter and placing it in the oven. The texture and taste of this freshly produced baguette are superior to that of the standard baguettes that can be purchased in supermarkets.

    When your baguette is finished baking, cut it into slices that are nearly entirely through. Combine the butter, garlic, parsley, and a pinch or two of salt in a bowl.

    Spread the butter all over the interior and outside of the sliced bread, and then cover it in aluminium foil when you’ve finished. Toast the bread for fifteen minutes in the oven and serve it hot.

    The Most Appropriate Bread For Making Garlic Bread

    In my opinion, a French baguette is the only appropriate bread to use while preparing garlic bread. The crust of a French baguette has just the right amount of crunch, while the inside is nice and tender.

    It’s possible that different kinds of bread won’t have the same effect. Some of them do not have crusts, while others have an excessive amount of crust.

    In spite of the fact that it is flawless in most respects, artisan bread is not a viable choice. It may be very dry, thick, or difficult to swallow at times, and it has an excessive amount of crisp crust in comparison to the soft bread that is on the inside. Therefore, the perfect French baguette is one that has been baked at home.

    Is Garlic Powder an Option for Me?

    No, you cannot. Fresh garlic is required for flavouring meat and cooking in general, despite the fact that garlic powder or garlic granules may be used for both of these purposes. Always use genuine garlic when preparing this style of bread. It makes all the difference.

    The primary difference that stands out to me between fresh garlic and jarred garlic is the level of sourness, which I believe is caused by the preservatives used in jarred garlic. As much as I enjoy Domino’s garlic bread, I cannot deny that part of the sourness comes from jarred garlic.

    Your bread will have a flavour that is unrivalled if you include fresh garlic in it. In my opinion, when all of these elements are brought together, the sweetness that results is very close to being ideal.

    Providing the Garlic Bread for Service

    I have to admit that there are occasions when I want to devour an entire loaf of garlic bread by myself. It is absolutely ideal and ranks up there with the best comfort meals.

    Nevertheless, if you want to enjoy your bread with anything other than spaghetti Bolognese, lentil soup, or Zuppa Toscana, with steak cooked in an instant pot and a fresh salad, I suggest trying this bread with such dishes.

    This garlic bread is already excellent as it is, but if you feel the need or want to improve it in any way, you may do it by sprinkling some parmesan cheese over the top of it.

    The taste of parmesan cheese is described as being both fruity and nutty, and it is often delicious when combined with garlic, parsley, and butter.

    Simply sprinkle the grated Parmesan cheese over the hot bread, then return it to the oven for a few more minutes to melt the cheese. In addition to imparting a pleasant taste, the parmesan will help produce an attractive crust on the surface of your bread.

    The Recipe for Domino’s Garlic Bread

    Time required for preparation: 2 hours (if you are making your own baguette)

    Cooking time: 30 minutes

    Servings: 2 loaves

    Ingredients:

    In regard to the bread:

    7.50 grammes of bread flour

    1 litre of water plus 2 tablespoons

    1 yeast packet (sachet)

    1 tsp sugar

    1 tsp salt

    1 tbsp butter, melted

    In order to make the butter mix:

    a half cup of butter, melted

    4 whole garlic cloves, chopped

    2 milligrammes of chopped parsley,

    ½ tsp salt

    Instructions

    1. Place the yeast, sugar, and 2 tablespoons of hot water in a bowl and stir well.
    2. Cover the basin containing the yeast and let it sit at room temperature for ten minutes.
    3. Combine the flour and salt in a large basin and mix together.
    4. Combine the water and yeast. Combine the ingredients by stirring until the dough can just about be formed into a ball.

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    SKIP AHEAD TO THE RECIPE

    I have no doubt that you are familiar with the illustrious garlic bread offered by Domino’s. Nothing else comes close to replicating the flavour of their bread, which has a unique blend of bread, garlic, and herbs.

    This handmade version is not at all like the garlic bread offered by Domino’s — in fact, it’s much better! If you want the greatest experience, you should forego the pricey bread and instead choose a baguette from France.

    I bake my French baguette from scratch every time to ensure that it is as fresh as possible, and I will give you the recipe. The effects are incredible, despite the fact that it is so simple to produce.

    The freshly prepared French baguette is topped with a generous quantity of butter, pungent garlic, and aromatic parsley before being quickly roasted for a brief period of time. What are the results? As a matter of fact, I’m now on my second loaf as I’m writing this text!

    Putting together some Garlic Bread (Overview)

    The whole recipe, together with detailed instructions for each step, can be found at the conclusion of this piece; however, before you dive in, it is helpful to have an idea of what you will be doing.

    There are a lot of different ways to make garlic bread, but my favourite method is one that Domino’s uses. It consists of a baguette loaf that has been sliced almost all the way through, and each piece is slathered with garlic butter before being wrapped in aluminium foil and baked until it is golden brown.

    As was previously indicated, I utilised a freshly baked baguette in the preparation of my dish. You will only need a few basic ingredients to prepare this bread, including flour, salt, a little amount of sugar, yeast, and water. Completely combine all of the ingredients, then set the dough aside to rest for an hour.

    After the dough has risen for a further hour, shape it into a baguette and bake it. Bake the baguette after brushing it with butter and placing it in the oven. The texture and taste of this freshly produced baguette are superior to that of the standard baguettes that can be purchased in supermarkets.

    When your baguette is finished baking, cut it into slices that are nearly entirely through. Combine the butter, garlic, parsley, and a pinch or two of salt in a bowl.

    Spread the butter all over the interior and outside of the sliced bread, and then cover it in aluminium foil when you’ve finished. Toast the bread for fifteen minutes in the oven and serve it hot.

    The Most Appropriate Bread For Making Garlic Bread

    In my opinion, a French baguette is the only appropriate bread to use while preparing garlic bread. The crust of a French baguette has just the right amount of crunch, while the inside is nice and tender.

    It’s possible that different kinds of bread won’t have the same effect. Some of them do not have crusts, while others have an excessive amount of crust.

    In spite of the fact that it is flawless in most respects, artisan bread is not a viable choice. It may be very dry, thick, or difficult to swallow at times, and it has an excessive amount of crisp crust in comparison to the soft bread that is on the inside. Therefore, the perfect French baguette is one that has been baked at home.

    Is Garlic Powder an Option for Me?

    No, you cannot. Fresh garlic is required for flavouring meat and cooking in general, despite the fact that garlic powder or garlic granules may be used for both of these purposes. Always use genuine garlic when preparing this style of bread. It makes all the difference.

    The primary difference that stands out to me between fresh garlic and jarred garlic is the level of sourness, which I believe is caused by the preservatives used in jarred garlic. As much as I enjoy Domino’s garlic bread, I cannot deny that part of the sourness comes from jarred garlic.

    Your bread will have a flavour that is unrivalled if you include fresh garlic in it. In my opinion, when all of these elements are brought together, the sweetness that results is very close to being ideal.

    Providing the Garlic Bread for Service

    I have to admit that there are occasions when I want to devour an entire loaf of garlic bread by myself. It is absolutely ideal and ranks up there with the best comfort meals.

    Nevertheless, if you want to enjoy your bread with anything other than spaghetti Bolognese, lentil soup, or Zuppa Toscana, with steak cooked in an instant pot and a fresh salad, I suggest trying this bread with such dishes.

    This garlic bread is already excellent as it is, but if you feel the need or want to improve it in any way, you may do it by sprinkling some parmesan cheese over the top of it.

    The taste of parmesan cheese is described as being both fruity and nutty, and it is often delicious when combined with garlic, parsley, and butter.

    Simply sprinkle the grated Parmesan cheese over the hot bread, then return it to the oven for a few more minutes to melt the cheese. In addition to imparting a pleasant taste, the parmesan will help produce an attractive crust on the surface of your bread.

    The Recipe for Domino’s Garlic Bread

    Time required for preparation: 2 hours (if you are making your own baguette)

    Cooking time: 30 minutes

    Servings: 2 loaves

    Ingredients:

    In regard to the bread:

    7.50 grammes of bread flour

    1 litre of water plus 2 tablespoons

    1 yeast packet (sachet)

    1 tsp sugar

    1 tsp salt

    1 tbsp butter, melted

    In order to make the butter mix:

    a half cup of butter, melted

    4 whole garlic cloves, chopped

    2 milligrammes of chopped parsley,

    ½ tsp salt

    Instructions

    1. Place the yeast, sugar, and 2 tablespoons of hot water in a bowl and stir well.
    2. Cover the basin containing the yeast and let it sit at room temperature for ten minutes.
    3. Combine the flour and salt in a large basin and mix together.
    4. Combine the water and yeast. Combine the ingredients by stirring until the dough can just about be formed into a ball.
    5. Work the dough with your hands until it is smooth and elastic. Allow the dough to rest and rise in a warm environment for one hour with a clean cloth covering it.
    6. Preheat oven to 390 degrees Fahrenheit.
    7. Make shallow slices over the top of the loaf, and brush the baguette with butter that has been melted. Toast the bread for fifteen minutes in the oven.
    8. While you wait, mix together the butter, garlic, salt, and parsley in a bowl.
    9. Once the bread has had enough time to cool, cut it into slices that are nearly fully cut through. Spread the butter with garlic all over the bread pieces, and then spread the remaining butter all over the bread as well. Bake the bread in a preheated oven for 15 minutes after first wrapping it in aluminium foil.
    10. Serve the bread while it’s still warm and enjoy it!

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