I'm making this for the second time today. It's great!
My family inhaled this tonight, although this was not enough for 4 servings. Okay, maybe it's enough for 4 normal people, but this smells so good while it's baking that normal people turn into bottomless pits while they wait for it to be ready. I also doubled the cheese, half parm, half grated gouda.
Stephanie, This bread is wonderful! This is practically the same way I always fix our french bread except I slice it lengthwise and I usually broil it to toast the top. For your recipe I used chopped garlic and added fresh snipped parley and used 1/4 cup additional butter. This was an easy one to give 5 stars! Absolutely delicious! Thanks, Stephanie!
This was very easy to do and the ingredients are things that I usually have on hand. I followed the recipe exactly, except I had to leave it in the oven probably twice a long as the time indicates and it was wonderful! Crisp on the outside and soft and bursting with flavor on the inside! ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!!!
I made this with my special lasagna this evening and it was fabulous. I had my kitchen window open and the neighbor was out washing his car...he called to me and said "don't know what you're cookin' in there but it sure smells WONDERFUL!" So, it was a hit, even with the neighbors!
WOW! I took two loaves of this to a potluck the other night where the host was making lasagne -- it was very popular! Without a doubt better than any store-bought! Yummy!
Wonderful bread! Crusty and melts in your mouth at the same time. :) Tip: Add a couple tablespoons of cream cheese to the butter mixture for an out-of-this-world taste!
So easy and tasty. Used torn fresh basil in place of parsley. Served with... Chicken Lasagna
I made as directed only the last few minutes I did open the foil to let the bread get a little crisp as a previous reader stated. This is a wonderful tasty recipe that I will use again. Thank you!