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This was delicious. I used 1/2 cup butter for about 3/4 of a large loaf of Italian bread. My butter melted too much, so I mixed in the parmesan and sprinkled mozzarella on top. Baked for about 8 minutes at 450, then turned on the broiler to brown the top a little bit more. Served with stuffed shells. My son said "You did a good job with the garlic bread!" High praise from an 11 year old. Thanks for sharing.
Incredibly delish is right! Super simple and taaaaaaaasty! I added a little parsley to the mix and devoured. Thanks for posting!
Knocked this up very quickly tonight and it was LOVELY!! Will defo do again, really pleased i've discovered it!
ps I'm a 38 year old bloke from Birmingham, England
This was really, really good garlic bread. I used one large loaf french bread, 1 cup butter, romano cheese instead of parm because that's what I had on hand, and 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt instead of garlic powder. It was so yummy! Thanks for a great recipe!
This was good. Made it as posted and everyone liked it. Thanks.
Loved it! Will never buy store bought garlic bread or spread again. I didn't have any cheddar but ironically had applewood smoked cheddar left over from some entertaining so I used that. I also used a "take and bake" loaf and just cut slits in it and put the spread in with a spoon. Thank you so much for sharing!
Made this spread for garlic bread on Christmas Day. It had the perfect combination of flavors. Thanks for posting!
One word: amazing! I didn't change a thing, it was perfect. I used thick sliced rustic bread. Perfect!
It was good. Got a really good bread that it seeped into really well. But... may want to try a different one next time. It was a little too buttery (and I love butter), but the recipe calls for a bit of variation in butter. I think we used the higher amount of butter.
It has all been said but yes a recipe that will be in the favorites file. Excellent recipe!