After a recent discussion about garlic bread, for some reason I decided to bake some this afternoon. I used the momo dough as my base. It doesn't make especially wonderful bread, but it's quite serviceable, and stupid simple -- both virtues in this context. However, I went to New Seasons over the lunch hour and bought a jar of roasted garlic bits in olive oil. I used the oil in lieu of the cooking oil the recipe called for, then shoved a couple of tablespoons of garlic bits into the dough as well. I coated one of the two miniloaves I made with an egg wash.
Next time, I'm going to sprinkle rock salt and oregano on the egg wash.
Plus the house got shown twice this afternoon, with the scent of garlic and baking in the air.