This Rosemary Garlic Bread recipe yields a wonderfully golden brown crust on the outside and a soft texture on the inside. It’s just as good as (if not better) than restaurant bread. Taste and see for yourself…
Rosemary Garlic Bread From Your Own Kitchen is the Best
Recently, I felt compelled to obey that bread-making compulsion that comes calling now and then. Everyone knows the fall season is synonymous with a sudden onset of baking activity. For me, that includes bread.
Armed with a craving for rustic bread, an addiction to garlic, and a fondness for the heady aroma of rosemary, I decided to bake the Best Rosemary Garlic Bread ever. If such a thing can be decided 🙂
I was super thrilled that this actually resulted in the Best Rosemary Garlic Bread we’ve ever had. It’s most definitely a family favorite now. The mouth watering aroma from the oven is one big ridiculous temptation. Seriously, we all sooo wanted to tear into this loaf the minute it emerged.
Golden chewy crust and soft fluffy center
Needless to say, once the dinner bell was officially rung, the bread lasted maybe seconds. Oh-So-Good. The exterior has that artisan, rustic texture – a gorgeous golden crisp crust.
The inside? Everything I’d want in a hearty dinner bread… it’s chewy, soft, yet robust… delicious. The roasted garlic and rosemary are absolutely meant for one another. The seasoning flavors this bread perfectly.
No need for special equipment
I always make homemade bread by hand, only because I’ve never purchased a bread maker. I’ve thought about getting one, but so far it’s been fine without and I actually like the cathartic kneading of dough. You can absolutely make this magical bread at home with no special equipment at all.
Plan ahead to allow time for rising. Depending on the temperature of your room, it could take a couple of hours for the dough to double. I like to put mine in an oven that has been slightly warmed up, which helps the rise time go a bit faster. No doubt, this bread is so worth it. You’ll be one popular baker at the dinner table. Enjoy!