Stuffed Cheese Pull-Apart Bread Recipe

  • cheese-pull-apart-recipe-8This delicious pull-apart bread is hiding a secret; it’s got a cheesy dip in its base. Is it a synch to make and the best bit? You can make it up the day before, pop it in the fridge and crisp it up when you’re ready to serve.

    Stuffed Cheese Pull-Apart Bread Recipe

    This moreish pull-apart bread is so good AND it's hiding a clever secret.

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    Servings: 10

    Ingredients:

    • Sourdough loaf: 1
    • Chives: 3 stems
    • Melted butter: 100g
    • Garlic cloves: 2
    • Chives: 3 stems
    • Cheddar cheese: 3/4 cup firmly packed
    • Mozzarella cheese: 3/4 cup firmly packed

    Directions:

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    Step 1: Preheat the oven to 180ºC. Cut the bread diagonally, about 2cm wide and almost down to the bottom, but not all the way through.

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    Step 2: Now mix the melted butter with the minced garlic and chopped up chives.

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    Step 3: Use your fingers and pastry brush to pry open each crack and slide a little spoonful of the butter mixture inside.cheese-pull-apart-recipe-4 Step 4: Then stuff the cheese mixture in too. Don’t worry about pushing it right down; the cheese will naturally drip down as it melts, so the cheese covers the whole piece of bread. 

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    Step 5: Now cover the whole bread with foil, you may want to use two separate bits to do this. Pop it in the oven for 25 minutes or until the cheese is melted. cheese-pull-apart-recipe-6

    Step 6: Once the cheese is melted, take the top off and allow it to crisp in the oven for 5 minutes. Sprinkle the remaining chopped chives on top.cheese-pull-apart-recipe-7

    Stacey Clare’s Tip:
    Make this up a day in advance, pop it in the fridge and cook it in the oven just before you’re ready to serve. 

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