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Parmesan Herb Loaf

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Parmesan Herb Loaf

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It’s a special bread that originates from Italy based on the unique flavor profile that it has. It can be used as traditional bread or it can be used as a main dish on its own due to the numerous flavors that you’ll find in it. The idea is that the ingredients used in the preparation will be easy to procure and even easier to make.

The bread itself is extremely delicious to eat and is both tender and flavorsome.

Health benefits:

  • Herb bread contains little to no cholesterol
  • It is extremely rich in vitamins and minerals.
  • It contains less than 70 calories.
  • It is rich in sodium.
  • It is also rich in carbohydrates.
  • It is also rich in fiber and protein.
  • It’s got calcium and iron.
  • It’s a great way to improve digestion.
  • It can be helpful to prevent heart disease.
  • It can prevent weight gain.
  • It is a great way to prevent Alzheimer’s.

It keeps the skin healthy.

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How to Make Parmesan Herb Loaf

  • Take a small bowl and combine the flour, 3 tbps of Parmesan cheese, sugar, and onion.
  • Now add 1 teaspoon Italians seasoning, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
  • In a separate bowl whisk the sour cream.
  • Now mix butter, sour cream and milk.
  • Mix and stir them into dry ingredients until there’s a little moisture.
  • Turn it over to a hardened surface.
  • Knead for a minute.
  • Shape into a loaf.
  • Place on a baking sheet.
  • Coat with baking spray.
  • Cut ¼ inch into the top of the bread.
  • Brush it off with egg white.
  • Sprinkle with remaining cheese and Italian seasoning.
  • Bake at 350 Degrees F
  • Keep in the oven for 30-35 minutes.
  • Remove once it gets golden brown.
  • Take it out and let it rest.
  • Serve it.


  • This is one of the earliest Italian dishes that gained popularity in the world.
  • It can be used as both a dessert and a savory item.
  • Its origins are not Italian but Armenian.

Nearly every culture has its own rendition of this dish.

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