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The meager amount of garlic that the recipe calls for is barely detectable, but it's a great cheesy bread, so it did not go to waste at all. It's certainly worth a repeat performance, but it needs a kick in the pants from some more garlic.
Pretty good! I, too, think it could have used a little more garlic - or maybe real garlic instead of the powder. Either way, it was still good & the texas toast toasted up very nicely on a cookie sheet in the oven.
this may be my new fave :) awesome! thanks Dancer!
Yummy! I doubled up on the garlic powder with good results. Next time, I will omit the salt and see how that goes. Thanks for such a good recipe!
This is so easy, but really flavorful. I halved the recipe for a small French loaf, and mixed shredded Swiss and mozzarella for the cheeses. The bite of the Swiss and tang of the Worcestershire really added to the flavor. I served the bread with a green salad and Chicken Cannelloni (With or Without Spinach) for a casual Sunday night. I'll definitely make this again.
Absolutely wonderful. I did go a bit heavier on the garlic, but this was better thanthe main dish!
this was delicious! i took the advice from the other reviews and added more garlic. Everyone who had some also got seconds!
This was really good spread. I took the advice of the other reviewers and added extra garlic. I pressed two garlic cloves and added it to the mixture. Then I spread it on sourdough slices and baked it according to the directions. DH commented on how good it was and had seconds.
Even though there wasn't much garlic, this bread was so cheesy and good. I think I will add a little more garlic salt next time. I didn't have parmesan, but did have a pre-shredded bag of cheddar and mozzerella mixed, so I used that and it was still great.