10 Reviews

I made a 1/2 recipe for 4 dinner buns to go with a pot roast. Wonderful flavor but for some reason it really doesn't rise as well as I'd like and the crust is quite hard. The flavors are very nicely balanced with the garlic being predominant. A very good compliment for the roast. I baked the buns @ 350F for 26 mins.

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Annacia November 20, 2008

Wow was this bread delicious. I will definately be making it again. I baked it in a 9x5 loaf pan this time but I may try a french loaf next. I didn't have basil or parsley, so I substitued 1 tablespoon of italian seasoning and it turned out great. Either way, my family loved it... even my four year old.

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Thyme4Dinner September 07, 2007

My family loved the flavor of this bread. I made the recipe as written and thought the dough seemed a little 'wet' after it's stint in the bread machine. I went ahead anyway and let it do the one-hour rise, then baked (I was in a rush). It didn't rise very high and turned out a bit dense but the flavor was EXACTLY like the bread I'm addicted to at my favorite Italian restaurant, though theirs is baked as focaccia, which is what I'm going to try the next time I make this bread. I'm really excited to find this recipe and can't wait to do some focaccia experimenting! Thanks Katha :)

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Hey Jude January 23, 2006

I've used this recipe twice now for rolls. First time was mixed in bread machine, then done as small rolls in an 8x8 pan. Generously buttered the tops when it came out of the oven. Don't recall the cook time we'd used. Second time was made by hand forgetting to change the order of ingredients for such. Did as dinner rolls on a cookie sheet. Did not butter as I was in a rush to get to a ladies group Christmas Potluck. Looked dry on the outside to me and I didn't try them (too much other food) but had several asking for the recipe. Didn't get around to reviewing soon enough so again do not recall the bake time used for rolls. Thanks so much for a keeper!!

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O-mama January 11, 2006

Very nice bread. I had to add water to make the machine sound right. Before I added the water, the abm was really "thunking". I probably added at least 1/3 cup of water. I subbed fresh herbs & some of that chopped garlic in oil. The whole family enjoyed this bread.

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Judy from Hawaii August 28, 2005

Very good bread which I also baked it in the bread machine but I had to add about 3/4 cup more flour than indicated. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ March 21, 2005

Wow!!Great tasting.we loved this recipe.Thanks Linda

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lin1 February 24, 2005

Mmm fabulous! Toasted and topped with butter for my new favorite friend of spaghetti =)

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Little Old Me February 20, 2005

Wonderful!!! This is AWESOME!! It screams for some italian food. I baked it in the bread machine instead of using the dough. My house smells good too. The balance of the herbs and garlic is just right.

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CookQueen January 15, 2005

This turned out perfectly! Great balance of spices, wonderful texture...great made into garlic toast, or served with italian food. Thanks!

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BizIntelligenceMonkey December 16, 2004
Bread Machine Garlic Herb Bread