One reason I’m philosophical about making the Hated Challah is because it’s not our ONLY Yom Tov bread option this time around…! Yup, I’m making Roasted Garlic Potato Bread. Just ‘cuz I love it so. Love love LOVE the idea of swishing up a potato with yeast and flour, then tossing it into my brand-new economy-sized (aka tiny) cast-iron dutch oven (no brand name, which is a bad sign: $30-something at The Bay). I also wanted to metricize / weigh-icize my favourite / easiest recipe for this bread. By the way, if you’re hesitant about making something with this much garlic, don’t be. The garlic is pre-roasted, which mellows it, and it really is barely discernable in the final flavour of the bread. On the other hand, if you want a REAL hit of garlic, consider roasting TWO heads of garlic to double the garlicky goodness. Or roast some garlic afterwards and slather it on top! No-Knead Roasted Garlic Potato Bread Originally from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. Adapted f
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