4 Reviews

As I always have garlic butter in the freezer I used that and cooked it under the grill/broiler - toasted one side first and then buttered the other and grilled/broiled that till nice and brown but I think the results would be better if done on the b-b-q as you would get that flavour that you can only get from the b-b-q so will be doing again on the b-b-q once the warmer weather comes. Thank you Barenaked Chef, made for 123 Hits tag game.

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I'mPat September 12, 2012

These are great - love the grill marks! If you cut them an inch thick they are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. I didn't measure anything, and used fresh garlic.

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Maito September 12, 2010

We grilled this as a side for grilled ribeye steaks and sauteed snow peas. It was incredibly easy and rounded out our meal very well. We have recently invested in a charcoal grill and love the added flavor of everything we prepare using it. Why did we ever waste our time with gas? LOL

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Ms B. June 20, 2006

A winner, we loved it! I used a basic baguette from Trader Joe's and followed the rest of the recipe. This was so easy to put together and since I was already grilling some chicken, I could just add it to the grill in the empty spots. Very tasty, SO easy....thanks for posting this recipe Suzanne, I'll be fixing this often :)

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Hey Jude June 19, 2005
Grilled Garlic Bread