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Addictive is the word - you got that right. I cut the bread on the diagonal and it looked really nice. Should have made double batch they disappeared so fast. Not for butter-challenged dieters.
This is the third time that I have made this very easy tasty recipe. I used a baguette sliced in 1/2" slices. I just took them to the point of painting them with the garlic butter then I baked them and will freeze them - that is all except the ones I used today adding the parmesan cheese and Adobo spice. The frozen ones I will use in two ways like the reecipe says and some with chopped tomato under the cheese Thanks for a third time Mirj - love them 5 star all the way! After I dipped the bread strips in the butter I scooped out bits of the minced garlic and added them to each bread strip - baked them until just starting to go golden, cooled them and froze - I will defrost half way before heating then bake in 375F oven for 10-15 minutes remove from oven and sprinkle with Cajun -They are fab even without the cajun!!! Obviously I sampled a couple. Thanks Mirjam this is a wonderful addition to my appetizer hoard â€” Dec 12, 2003, 4 members found this helpful Added Comments. These garlic fingers are so easy to make and so tasty. This time I cut them in irregular shapes and I like the variety Once again Mirj Thanks
Really good. I followed the directions exactly. The cook time was perfect. They came out nice and crunchy.
Yummy yummy yummy. These were so good we couldn't mke them fast enough for everyone.
You have made DH so happy with this recipe. He loves them! The rest of us enjoyed them also and finally managed to pull away from the table before devouring the entire recipe. I made a half recipe and only was able to dip the tops in the butter before it was all used up. I used lots of garlic and we loved it. I did make some with light seasoning for me and no seasoning for toddler DS. DH, however, prefers them full octane! Thanks.
Finger licking good!
I just dipped the tops, and it was wonderful!
Made this for a Xmas appetizer contest and it was a hit, even though I didn't win 1st prize. All the bread and garlic lovers, myself included enjoyed it. I didn't dip the entire pieces in the butter, just the tops and they were still wonderful. A quick and tasty treat.
I really thought these were very good, next time I will brush butter on all surfaces rather than dip because I thought they were too buttery (did I really say that?). But overall, worth the 5 stars because they are very tastey.
These were so good! I made these to serve as an appetizer, and we just couldn't stop eating them! I used the smaller amount of garlic and homemade cajun seasoning mix.