Pieday Friday – Pizza bread loaf recipe

You may remember me mentioning that I’ve been baking bread for the past few weeks after watching Paul Hollywood’s tv show, and I’ve carried on experimenting with different types of bread (with varying degrees of success!). For this pizza bread loaf, I’ve used a basic dough recipe – like the one I made in this previous blog post – and I’ve added some extra ingredients to make it more pizza-y.

cassiefairy pieday friday recipe for herby pizza bread

Add tomato puree, olives, garlic paste, a chopped onion, grated cheese and fresh herbs to the basic bread mix and combine all the ingredients thoroughly throughout the dough. I then put the dough into the greased loaf tin and left it to expand (see how it’s filled the tin?) before baking for around half an hour in the oven. Allow to cool before turning out of the tin and slicing up to serve with lovely garlic butter!

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