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Love this cheese bread, I usually whip up my own Italian dressing with, olive oil, wine vinegar, sugar, Italian seasonings, basil, and granulated garlic (it is thicker than bottled Italian dressing) the results are amazing!
I'm more than a little disappointed, especially after 24 5 star ratings. At first, I thought the dough was nice and it was easy enough to put together. Once I baked it, disaster. It was only okay. I even added extra seasonings and it was bland. I won't make this again.
This was very good. I had to make a few changes as certain ingredients not available in Denmark. Used regular dried yeast, and Cardini's Italian dressing. Added basil to herbs sprinkled onto bread. Texture of bread was excellent.
Wow! I did add a packet of dried Italian Seasoning to the dough, and used only asiago cheese on top-it's resting right now-making the house smell wonderful. I did tear off a tad to try and it's lovely! Very easy to make (I needed a fast "something") for brushetta and this is it. My new "fall back to" summer bread, sturdy enough to grill-can't wait to try that! Thanks for posting!!! Di;-)
I used everything as stated and it was delicious and wonderful. I will be making this so many other times.Thanks very much.
I used 1.5 cups of bread flour and 1 cup of all-purpose due to personal preference, let my stand mixer need the dough 4 minutes then let it rise for 20 minutes and punched down and let rest for 10 minutes before rolling rolled into a rectangle. We were out of Italian dressing so I used melted butter to brush on dough instead. I doubled the topping recipe (but next time would cut back a bit on the salt and garlic when doubling) , sprinkled with the mozzerella cheese (would pulse this in the chopper next time so it is a bit finer) and cut the dough into 9 bread sticks. I baked them at 375 for 12 minutes on a well greesed cookie sheet and then cut them in half to make 16 sticks when they were done. I don't usually rate recipes that I have modified but this just shows that you can put your own touches on this "bread" and still have great results in very little time with very little effort.
Delicious and wonderful. I baked it on my stoneware and it gave it a wonderful texture. I served it with a tomato sauce with Parmesan mixed in. It was wonderful with the tortellini I had for dinner.
I served this delicious bread with lasagna, and the whole family enjoyed it. Especially my teenage sons. So it is a keeper in my book! I used a bottle of Italian dressing from our local Italian restaurant and it was yummy! Quick and easy to follow recipe with great results. Thanks, Marie.
Delicious. My DH and 10 year old fussy son loved your recipe. I used Kraft Zesty Italian dressing; I'm from Canada and have never heard of Good Seasons. Other then that I followed your recipe to a T. I will definitely be putting this into my favorites folder. Quick, easy and yummy! Thank you so much for sharing Marie.
Splendid recipe! I used a four-cheese mexican mix instead of the mozerella (Just because I was out) and it turned out marvelously! I actually cooked it 20 minutes, but that would depend on your oven. Great treat!