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Garlic Bread

danispies's picture
Garlic Bread Recipe - It is Home Made, Crunchy, and Delicious
Ingredients
  Baguette 6 Inch
  Minced garlic 2 Tablespoon
  Chopped parsley 2 Tablespoon
  Extra virgin olive oil 1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
  Grated parmesan cheese 2 Tablespoon
  Cayenne pepper 1 Pinch
  Salt To Taste
  Pepper To Taste
Directions

● Preheat oven to 350. Combine garlic, parsley, olive oil, salt and pepper into a small bowl.

● Cut bread in half lengthwise and place on a baking sheet. Spread oil mixture evenly on both sides of the bread.

● Pop in oven for 10 minutes.

● Remove bread from oven. Put broiler on high.

● Sprinkle 1 tbsp. of cheese on each side of the bread and a pinch of cayenne pepper.

● Place back in oven under the broiler for 1-2 minutes to toast the bread. Watch very carefully cause it goes fast!

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Cuisine: 
Italian
Course: 
Breakfast
Taste: 
Savory
Method: 
Baked
Occasion: 
Christmas
Interest: 
Kids, Quick
Preparation Time: 
7 Minutes
Cook Time: 
20 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Servings: 
4

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4 Comments

Ganesh.Dutta's picture
Interesting recipe for garlic bread. This Garlic Beadrecipe is looking very simple. It would be a great choice for Italian cuisine lover. I also like Italian dishes very much. So I will try this garlic bread recipe very soon.
shantihhh's picture
It's awesome using 50/50 butter/olive oil, and always using Sourdough French crusty bread. Using roasted garlic mashed and mixed with butter and olive oil is yummy too and has a softer flavour. The parsley must be as she is using Flat Leaf Italian Parsley not the curly stuff. I like the cayenne pepper-must try that! Shanti/Mary-Anne
Petal's picture
Oh ya ..this looks good. I dont what recipe for garlic bread i tried before, it came out all hard and crusty. I guess, i kept it too long ... I guess will have to try again, this time with the broiler trick :-).
shantihhh's picture
sometimes we wrap the sliced loaf with the garlic, etc. in tin foil and bake, doesn't dry out and the crust is crunchy but the bread is soft. Shanti/Mary-Anne