Dominos Style Cheese Garlic Bread With Wheat Flour is the best combo of health and taste. Garlic breadsticks filled with cheese become irresistible.

You can make this without cheese too and shape it like GARLIC ROLLS which again is a great party starter.

Make this bread in microwave convection or Otg or AIR FRYER.

 Cheese Garlic Bread Dominos


Garlic Bread with Wheat Flour



Garlic Bread is loved by one and all. The aroma of garlic with cheese is itself intoxicating. And if it’s from Dominos then nothing like it. Whenever we order pizza from Dominos then there has to be at least one garlic bread in it. The semi-circular Garlic bread with a cheesy dip makes your day.

So, when I started baking bread at home, then this garlic bread had to be tried. I tried it and soon it became a regular at my place. 

When you make this garlic bread at home then you don’t have to tell anyone that you have made this. The whole house automatically comes to know that it is being made.

I am on cloud nine when my son, on returning home from the office, says at the gate itself, “Mom, you have made garlic bread today… Yayyyy.”


Garlic Bread With Wheat Flour

Dominos Garlic bread is made with all-purpose flour but this one I have made using both wheat flour and all-purpose flour, half of each. But the softness and taste remain the same. As you can also see in the pictures, the perforation and the texture speak for themselves. 

I would like to share here, that after this I have made garlic bread using 100% whole wheat flour as well as with 100% semolina too and the results have been excellent. 

If you want to avoid refined flour then check my GARLIC ROLLS recipe where the dough is being made with whole wheat flour only.



 With Instant Yeast

I have used Instant yeast here which can be directly added to the flour. No need for proofing in water first.

But I still proof it in warm water. Apart from giving me the assurance that it is good, it also gives me some sort of happiness seeing that frothy, bubbly water. Also, when the yeast is being proofed, I do my other preparations like sifting flour, chopping garlic etc.

So, if using instant yeast, you can do it, either way, add directly to the flour or first proof it in warm water.

To know about different TYPES OF YEAST read here.


Serving Suggestions

Dominos Cheese Garlic Bread recipe

However, if you have a sweet tooth, then do try these sweet loaves of bread made with orange marmalade and Nutella:  ORANGE BABKA BREAD or  CHOCOLATE BRAIDED BREAD


Tips For The Perfect Outcome

It’s a very long post, please go through it at least twice and follow steps to get the desired result.


Step By Step Recipe

Activate yeast


Sift flours


Mix herbs


add milk and butter to yeast mixture


Add flour and make dough


Knead till soft and smooth


Keep it in a greased bowl


Proof the dough


When the dough doubles


Divide it into 2 parts


roll one part


Grate cheese over it


fold it, Pinch the edges or press with fork


Keep it on baking tray


Milkwash it


Make cuts


Dominos style Garlic Bread recipe


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In Air Fryer

  1. Make sure that you keep the size that fits in the air fryer.
  2. Take out the air fryer basket and after shaping the garlic bread, keep it straight in it for proofing. This is because once proofed it is difficult to lift it.
  3. Preheat the air fryer at 180 degrees for 3 to 4 minutes.
  4. Brush the garlic bread with milk, slash it and sprinkle herbs.
  5. Keep the basket back in the air fryer and bake for 13 to 15 minutes approx.
  6. Pull the air fryer basket after 12 minutes and check if it is done or not.

Garlic Bread in Air Fryer

(This Garlic Bread is made with 100% Semolina)


Q) What changes do I need to make if I bake it with wheat flour only?


Q) Can I make it ahead of serving time?


Q) How can I make garlic butter at home?


Q) What is the shelf life of this bread?

Remains good for a day or two at room temperature. For longer storage, keep it in the refrigerator.


Q) I have dry active yeast. How much to use it then?

In that case, you need it slightly more than instant yeast. Take 3/4 tsp for this recipe.


Q) Which cheese is to be used for stuffing?

For the filling, use any pizza cheese.


New To Bread Baking?

If you are new to bread making or have some inhibitions in using yeast, then my suggestion is that you first go through the basics by reading ALL ABOUT YEAST and BASICS OF BREAD MAKING.

However, if you are friendly with yeast then forget the above posts and dive straight into the recipe below.

And still, if you are not comfortable in using yeast then try these easy PIZZA MUFFINS. These muffins are made without yeast and the best thing is that very little cheese is used in this. A perfect healthy option to have in the breakfast. Try it!


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Cheese Garlic Bread Dominos

Make your own Dominos style garlic bread that too healthily without refined flour
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Proofing Time 1 hr 30 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine Baked
Servings 2 Garlic Breads


My Cup Measures 240 ml

    For Dough

    • 1 Cup 130 gms Wheat Flour
    • 1 Cup 120 gms All-Purpose Flour
    • 1/2 tsp Instant Yeast
    • 3/4 tsp Salt
    • 3 Cloves Garlic Crushed
    • 3/4 tsp Sugar
    • 3/4 Tbsp Butter Melted
    • 1/2 Cup 100 ml Water Warm
    • 1/2 Cup 100 ml Milk at room temperature
    • 1 tsp Oil
    • 1 tsp Oregano/Mixed Herbs
    • 1 tsp Chilli Flakes Optional

    For Filling

    • 1/2 Tbsp Garlic Butter See Notes
    • 60 g Pizza Cheese
    • 1 tsp Oregano/Mixed Herbs
    • 1 tsp Chilli flakes
    • 1 tsp Milk


    For The Dough

    • Take warm water in a big bowl, add sugar and instant yeast. Cover it and leave it for 10-15 minutes. During this time, do the following preparations.
    • Sift both the flours and salt at least 2 times.
    • Add crushed garlic, oregano and chilli flakes to the sifted flour and mix properly. Rub with your hands to ensure even distribution of garlic in the flour.
    • When the yeast water becomes frothy and bubbly, add milk and butter to it.
    • Now, add flour to this water in 2 or 3 batches, mixing well after each instalment.
    • Knead the flour for 10-15 minutes till it stops sticking and the dough is smooth.
    • Take a greased bowl. put the dough in it and then invert the dough so that the greased side comes on the top. This is important or else the dough may dry up and form cracks while rising.
    • Cover the dough with a plate or clingfilm and leave it to rise for 45 minutes to 1 hour or till it doubles in size.
    • Time to knock down the dough. The term knockdown means to deflate the dough and knead lightly for 30 seconds or so.

    Shaping Garlic Bread

    • Divide the dough into 2 equal parts.
    • Sprinkle dry flour on the kitchen counter, put one part of the dough, roll it, about 1" thick, in a circular shape using a rolling pin or just with your hands. (See Note 9)
    • Apply garlic butter, and spread out grated cheese on it. Take care that it remains away from the edges.
    • Fold it into a half, giving the shape of a semi-circle.
    • Press the edges and seal them through a fork or pinching motion.
    • Put this on the baking tray, either greased or lined with parchment paper.
    • Repeat the same process with the other part also.
    • Keep distance between the breads as they will rise and expand during the rising time.
    • Cover these with a damp cloth and leave for 30-40 minutes.
    • After 30 minutes, start preheating your oven. Preheat it to 190 degrees C for 15 minutes.
    • Milk Wash... Before keeping in the oven, milk wash your breads. It simply means brushing milk on the bread.
    • Make cuts in the bread. Do not cut fully, just up to three-fourth only. Sprinkle oregano/mixed herbs.
    • Bake at 190 degrees for 25 minutes.
    • Once done, take out from the oven, keep it on a wire rack to avoid getting soggy from the bottom.
    • Brush it with melted butter.
    • Cut n serve n enjoy.
    • For storing, after brushing with milk, cover it with a damp cloth and let it cool completely.
    • When cooled, cut pieces and store in an airtight container.
    • Remains good for a day or two at room temperature. For longer storage, keep in the refrigerator.


    1. For making garlic butter:
      • In a small pan, take very little oil (just 1/4 tsp) and add butter to it. Oil is added so that butter doesn't burn on heating.
      • When warm, add crushed garlic. You may add herbs also like basil, oregano etc.
      • Saute for just 10 to 15 minutes and switch off the flame.
      • Garlic butter is ready.
      • Apply it only when completely cool.
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    Published 27th June 2017 Republished 8th July 2020

    15 Responses

    1. Hi Samaira,
      I tried making the garlic bread last night. While the dough rose so well both the times, the garlic bread was hard post baking. The inside was ok but not soft. Y do u think this happened ?

      1. Hi Sudha… as u said the dough rose well both the times still was nit soft then the possible reasons could be…
        Firstly either over baked.
        Or, after taking out of the oven we need to brush it with butter, for shine and then cover it with damp cloth atleast for few minutes. Then cut.Like I made pav(buns) the other day, had them warm only but covered first with the damp cloth for 5 to 6 minutes.
        Also, sifting is very important especially when using whole wheat flour. This is because it is v dense so to make it light it is sifted 3 to 4 times.

    2. 5 stars
      Hi Samira,

      The recipe is perfect…who doesn’t like garlic bread…I have made it a few times and also tried a variation…I added capsicum-onion-corn stuffing too…it’s simple awesome.

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