Italian Parmesan oregano bread

A delicious Italian parmesan oregano bread. It is a perfect blend of flavor and taste. A mix of Oregano with Parmesan gives this bread a fresh aroma.
Italian Parmesan oregano bread

Delicious Italian Parmesan oregano bread – a perfect bread to any meal.

Italian Parmesan oregano bread is the most delicious Bread I have ever backed. I love eating at Subway, and the best part is you choose ingredients and make your own sandwich. Trust me, it’s a paradise for the vegetarian in Kuala Lumpur because only a few fast-food restaurants serve veg burger here.

This rustic Italian Bread is moist, chewy, and Full of Flavor. We love this Bread sliced thick for sandwiches made with fresh mozzarella and tomato, and it goes so well with soup and salad.

Italian Parmesan Oregano is a basic, easy to make, and satisfying bread. The best part of making this Bread is the aroma it spreads in your house. You feel like you are in a Subway restaurant. 

Exactly what Flouressence commented in recipe review . 

Hi, thanks for the recipe. I followed exactly what was shared and it turned out really well. Love how the aroma fills my entire house. My family loved it and so do my friends. Thank you!

What you’ll need to make a good Parmesan Oregano bread and Why You’ll Want to Have Some on Hand

This easy to make Parmesan oregano bread is one of the best things you can put in your oven. It’s not time-consuming and doesn’t require a lot of work. You could also say that it’s suitable for beginner bakers! The ingredients for this recipe are simple, flour, yeast, sugar, salt, oil and water, and a mix of Garlic powder, oregano, parmesan cheese and olive oil

5 Ways that this Bread is a Perfect Fit for any Meal, Any Time of Day or Week

Italian Parmesan oregano bread has been around for centuries. It’s quite simple to make, but it does take time and patience. 

  1. Completely Vegan version – Toss some rocket salad, tomato, onion and cheese. Tofu optional
  2. Chicken Tikka Version – Add Chicken tikka with a combination of veggies and cheese. 
  3. Grilled the Bread with garlic butter. Have a mix of Cajun spice powder and Olive oil.
  4. Ham Sandwich – Slices deli ham, Onion, Tomato, Dijon mustard and Mayonnaise.
  5. Grilled Chicken Sandwich

How to Make the Glaze for Italian Parmesan oregano bread and What it Adds to the Flavour?

Making the Glaze is the most important part of this recipe, but the easiest one as well. It is a simple mix of Garlic powder, oregano, Grated parmesan cheese and olive oil.

Garlic powder is a common spice that adds Flavor to food. It is often used in Italian dishes like pasta and pizza.
Oregano is also a popular spice, adding Flavor to a dish and aiding digestion.
Parmesan cheese is one of the most common cheeses used because it tastes delicious in every dish or sauce.
Olive oil has been found to reduce heart disease by lowering cholesterol levels and improving blood pressure levels. You can make this tasty treat by mixing these ingredients with some salt or without salt!


Italian Parmesan oregano bread

How to Make the Perfect Italian Parmesan Oregano Bread?

The ingredients for this recipe are simple, flour, yeast, sugar, salt,oil and water. 

Step 1: In a bowl, mix the yeast and flour with the sugar. Add the rest of the water and salt. 
Create dough by adding more water or flour for desired consistency. Add oil and Knead until elasticity is achieved. 

Step2 : . Let rest for at least 60 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare the Glaze: Mix Garlic powder, Parmesan cheese, dried oregano and olive oil. 

Step3: After 60 minutes, divide the dough into two parts. Make the dough in an oval shape. And move it to the baking sheet covered in parchment paper lightly greased with olive oil spray or butter. Let it rest for 30 minutes.

Step4: Cover dough balls with a glaze made previously and bake at 220 degrees Centigrade for 20 minutes or until golden brown on top.

Italian Parmesan oregano bread

My Top 3 Bread Recipes – 

  1. Italian Parmesan Oregano Bread
  2. Hokkaido Milk Bread – Soft milk toast with a secret ingredient
  3. Banana Bread Recipe

Some notes

  1. Use the measuring cup for bread flour and water
  2. Use warm water to activate the yeast, not the hot water.
  3. Try to add water little by little when you knead the dough.
  4. Spray some water around the bread or inside the oven when before you place the tray to bake the bread.
  5. or just place a separate tray filled with water below the baking tray(if you have a big multi-rack oven)

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Italian Parmesan oregano bread

A delicious Italian parmesan oregano bread. It is a perfect blend of flavor and taste. A mix of Oregano with Parmesan gives this bread a fresh aroma.
Prep Time1 hr 30 mins
Cook Time30 mins
Total Time2 hrs
Course: Bread, Breads
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: italian bread, italian parmesan oregano bread, oregano bread, parmesan oregano bread
Servings: 2 Breads
Calories: 953kcal

Ingredients

  • 2 cup Bread Flour
  • 2 teaspoon yeast
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 cup warm water
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 4 tablespoon sunflower oil you can also add Soya or olive oil
  • 3/4 cup parmesan cheese grated[1]
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1 tbsp. dried oregano
  • 1 Teaspoon olive oil

Instructions

Video

Notes

Spray some water in oven before baking.. or keep a tray filled water at the bottom of oven.

Nutrition

Calories: 953kcal | Carbohydrates: 110g | Protein: 34g | Fat: 43g | Saturated Fat: 10g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 28g | Cholesterol: 26mg | Sodium: 1781mg | Potassium: 397mg | Fiber: 10g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 421IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 591mg | Iron: 5mg

29 Comments

  1. Thanks for the lovely recipe.

  2. 5 stars
    hi.. Can i add normal cheese instead of parmesan? And i have dry yeast.. but the one shown here is in solid form.. plz help with these 2 queries..

  3. Flouressence

    5 stars
    Hi, thanks for the recipe. I followed exactly what was shared and it turned out really well. Love how the aroma fills my entire house. My family loved it and so do my friends. Thank you!

  4. Farah Rufina Rahman

    5 stars
    I just made this today! Fantastic recipe. I wished I could share the photos!

  5. If you double recipe, you will be able to get 4 loaves that has the shape of Subway bread. By using a half sheet pan and rolling out dough the lenght of the baking sheet then place side by side (the long way) on the sheet. Make sure the spacing each bread is equal. This will allow for height and to maintain shape.

  6. Josie Garcia

    5 stars
    11/2 tablespoon (eleven) sugar or 1 1/2 tablespoon sugar?
    ….please,
    is right?

  7. 5 stars
    Wow! Thanks for posting this. I made this bread according to instructions, and other than the oven temperature/time, it was FANTASTIC! My house smelled like Subway ALL DAY! The first loaf to come out of the oven was consumed immediately, and it was so delicious!

    I’m not a proficient bread maker, but both tries with this were edible, the first try was amazing (had issues with the second attempt, but that was operator error, not because of the recipe). I posted photos of my results (and one of my sandwiches I made with it) at my blog, freefunorinteresting.wordpress.com, if you were interested in checking them out 🙂

    I live in the US, and have an oven thermometer, and it is my opinion that the stated temperature and times are not accurate. After 30 minutes at 225 F, I still had an undercooked, pale loaf… I had to turn up the temperature to ~325 for the loaf to brown like it was supposed to. Otherwise…. amazing!

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    OH! I also wanted to say that I’m thinking the ‘topping’ would be phenomenal on a slice of home made white bread, popped in the oven to brown up a little, as an alternative to normal ‘garlic bread’… can’t wait to try that, too!

    • Leonardo Mancilla

      5 stars
      Eupeans baked their bread at 180-200 degrees Celsius. That is somewhere between 380-420 degrees F which is the scale of a U.S. ovens. I think that was your problem, just under cooking the first time.

  8. 5 stars
    Thank you! very good recipe for those who enjoy Subway subs.
    Desde Argentina, Ricardo.

  9. 5 stars
    Hi, 1 cup of the bread flour equal to how many ml of water? warm water?

    If i am using the bread machine, any different with the recipe?

  10. Knutborgen85

    5 stars
    What degrees did you put the oven on when you baked them?

  11. Kaki Cookie Cookies

    5 stars
    Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve tried this today and the result was awesome. really soft and tasty bread 😀 I think better than subway’s one! well done!

  12. 5 stars
    Ila, thanks for your friend add at Foodbuzz. I just move back from NZ and nice to have another foodie friends especially stayin in Malaysia too.
    You have a nice blog here, I too like to make homemade bread, check out my site for more bread recipes.
    http://www.yinhomemade.blogspot.com

    • 5 stars
      Hi Yin, I am glad to know that you are living in Malaysia now. We have so much to share. I have check you post, you seem a perfect baker. Baking is my first love when it comes to cooking. You have a new fan now.

  13. 5 stars
    Absolutely fabulous!  My daughter adores subway, and I can only imagine how much she’d like this bread.  Well done!

  14. justonecookbook

    5 stars
    I’m impressed by people/baker who can come up with bread recipe.  As a non-baker myself, it’s always a mystery to me – I can fix meals by tasting it while cooking, but for bread… I guess it’s trial and error?  So I am thankful for people who make delicious bread recipe and share it with us.  This bread looks so delicious and goes well with any kind of sandwiches!

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