16 Reviews

DH had never had grilled (bbq) bread before and he was so surprised that is was crunchy on the outside and so warm and soft inside. I used a Chiabatta bread for this. I too, made it with the butter/olive oil combo. This is fast and easy. Thank you KITTENCAL for sharing. Made this for ZWT5 Zingo for The GroovyGastronomes.

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luvcook'n June 11, 2009

This is now my favorite way to make garlic bread. I made this as directed with half olive oil and half butter Yum! Thank you Kittencal for a lovely side dish. Made for the Dining Daredevils team for ZWT5 Zingo.

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SueVM June 10, 2009

This was so easy - I'll be making it often (or DH will - on the grill!) I made mine on the GF indoor grill and it was crusty and buttery, tho I used the olive oil/butter combo. I also used the garlic powder. Thanks, Kittencal, for posting. Made for ZWT 5 Zingo.

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alligirl June 09, 2009

Loved this french bread! I dusted mine with garlic powder after I brushed on the olive oil and I sprinkled some parsley over it, too. DELICIOUS! Five stars all the way! I will use this recipe all summer long. Made for the Groovy GastroGnomes, Zingo ZWT5!

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NELady June 08, 2009

Extremely easy and tasty had this with a salad and different spreads. Wonderful lunch .Thank you for posting. Made for ZWT5 Zingo for the Cooks with Diry Faces.

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bigbadbrenda June 08, 2009

We made this to go with our barbecue chicken the other day...I had some leftover dollar rolls that needed to be jazzed up, so used those in place of the french bread. We used the garlic powder and just a pinch of salt, and they were fantastic! The slightly sweet flavor of the bread really added to it. DH loved it, the kids have never eaten bread so fast! Thanks Kittencal!

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eknecht June 08, 2009

Great grilled bread!!! This was so quick and simple to make for a dinner side dish!! I used a combination of the olive oil and butter, fleur de sel, pepper and the optional garlic powder and we loved it!! Will be making this often. Thanks for sharing Kit!! Made for Zingo in ZWT 5.

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diner524 June 08, 2009

Very delicious! I used a fresh loaf of Sourdough bread because the store was out of French bread. Truly delicious and very easy to make. I used Spanish olive oil and would use a bit more seasoning next time. I really wanted to get grill marks in this, but I don't think my BBQ was hot enough. We loved the crunch of the bread and how it was still nice and soft in the centre. I served this with Beer Soaked Flank Steak and salad. Made for the Kitchen Witches for ZWT5. Thanks! :)

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Nif June 07, 2009

I chose the olive oil version of this bread, and instead of garlic powder, and rubbed cut garlic on the bread before putting on the grill. The only caution I advise is to make sure your fire isn't too hot. Mine wasn't, but the bread still became very crispy. It was delicious, and the leftovers make great croutons for salad or soup. Made for Zingo in ZWT5.

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breezermom June 07, 2009

This is so easy and a thousand times better than that storebought garlic bread. I dipped this into some warmed marinara, and it was so good! Made for ZWT5 Zingo. Thanks, Kittencal!

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KissKiss June 13, 2009
Kittencal's Easy Grilled Bread