Miya's Kitchen: Garlic Knots

By Miya Kusumoto / Photography By Miya Kusumoto | April 26, 2017
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Shape and freeze these ahead of time, then just pop in the oven to bake when you are ready to serve.

You know the days where you need a punching bag or a good ole pillow scream?

Well, it seems I have found the perfect solution. Kneading bread. The advantage of de-stressing on a ball of dough is that a few hours later when your internal clock is telling you that it’s time to carbo-load, you have freshly baked bread AND your house will smell heavenly. All your troubles will be gone!

Or if you, unlike me, are completely capable of managing stress with a long run or a meditation session, these garlic knots should be added to your weekend to-do list solely due to the fact that they are delicious. No stress-induced bread baking necessary.

In all seriousness, these garlic knots felt quick(ish), easy and almost meditative to make – tying dough into knots is surprisingly relaxing. The final product was something I foresee easily enjoyed at a dinner party or even thrown into the freezer and heat up individually throughout the week for a complement to a bowl of Aglio e Olio , an egg or chopped and toasted to make croutons. The dough may even be versatile enough to eliminate the garlic sauce and to be turned into a breakfast treat or a dessert – bread pudding, anyone?

Article from Edible Northeast Florida at http://ediblenortheastflorida.ediblecommunities.com/eat/miyas-kitchen-garlic-knots
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