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The sundried tomato added to very nice flavors to this bread. We loved this! ill make again! Made for PRMR tag.
This is a different, good garlic bread. The sundried tomato really shines through. I used fresh basil for this and used the oven since DH vetoed doing it on the BBQ (once seeing the spread he thought it would make a mess and stick to the grill).
made this with the following adjustments given in the recipe:
4 tablespoons parmesan cheese, omitted the red pepper flakes, 1 tablespoon sun-dried tomatoes, and 3 teaspoons dried basil. Made for a nice side dish on a big lunch yesterday. I cooked this on my barbecue grill, with hickory charcoal, very nice flavors to this bread. Made for PRMR tag.
Oh, yum! I used tomatoes from last year that I had dried and preserved in olive oil, and fresh pesto from my basil plants. This was so easy, I just chucked it all in my mini prep food processor and let it rip. The spread smelled so good that I had a hard time letting it sit while waiting for my company to show up for dinner! After toasting, it was every bit as good as it smelled! I love the tiny bit of sweetness that the sundried tomatoes add to the wonderful garlic flavor of the butter. The pesto (I used homemade) was a plus, but even without it, I think this would rate 5 stars. I used ciabbata rolls, since it was just the two of us of dinner- but even with a cheap grocery store loaf, this would be amazing! Thanks for sharing!
For your recipe I used frozen leftovers of homemade focaccia whitch I colored/flavored (mixing in the dough) with vegetables puree (carrots, beet, spinach and plain).
I did not use the parmesan and I did not zizz the ingredients; I simply mixed them together after chopping the sun dried tomatoes.
I placed the focaccia pieces upside-down, burshed you topping and grillen in the stove.
After this my DH cut them in pieces and arranged on a plate.
Wonder, wonder flavor and soooo delicious.
I'm real glad I could use my leftovers in such a impressive and fast way!
I thought this was very good. I didn't use the sundried tomatoes or hot pepper flakes as we don't like either but otherwise continued with the recipe. It is very garlicy so I may reduce that a tad, but it was a hit! Made for Spring PAC 2012. Thx!
Loved the flexibility of this recipe as much as we enjoyed the flavor! We really enjoyed the addition of sun-dried tomatoes and pepper flakes. I made as written using a mini French loaf cut horizontally and broiled due to the rain. Look forward to trying this on the grill. Thanks for the post.
Made this under the broiler, but other than that, I followed your recipe & we had some of the most satisfying garlic bread ever! Your recipe is definitely a keeper! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
Yum! This was great out on the charcoal grill. I think the little burnt bits may have been the tastiest parts! Loved the smokey flavor. I used shaved parm. Made for Best of 2011 Tag game. Thanks for sharing!
This was wonderful! I pulsed the seasonings in my mini processor first, then just hand mixed in the soft butter and oil (I wanted to keep it not so finely ground). I used the broiler rather than grill for this to go with our spaghetti and steamed vegetables dinner. I wouldn't change a thing. Great recipe, thanks so much for sharing.