Yum yum yum! I wanted to dress up plain spaghetti and jarred sauce. This did it! I had all the ingredients on hand and also added the 1/4 c mayo. . yum yum yum!
I make garlic bread alot for the family. So, I decided to try this recipe because I have tried a few of Kittencal's recipes and have never been disappointed. I wasn't with this one either. It came out GREAT! The only thing I added was mozzarella cheese. My kids love CHEESY garlic bread. Thanks Kittencal for another great recipe.
Kittencal, this is The Best garlic bread I've ever had! I like the PP's comment about everyone thinking they're a good cook because of You - I feel the same way! I couldn't find any non-skinny and long French bread, so I got a loaf of foccacia bread from a local bakery and sliced it length-wise like a PP suggested, baking at 350 for 10 minutes and then on low broil for 1.5 minutes. I also used 3 larger cloves and one small clove of garlic. Magnificent! And I loved the color that the parsley added!
I made this to go with chicken marsala. It was PERFECT as usual. Thanks Kitten everyone thinks I am the best cook because of YOU
Too dry for my taste. I would probably use twice as much butter and actually take the slices apart and cover both sides next time, but the flavor was good.
I've been making garlic bread almost exactly like this for decades and everyone raves about it. My God Mother taught me as a kid. The only thing I usually do different is using romano instead of parmesan, and adding a little medium aged asiago. This is the first time I've known someone else that makes garlic bread like I do! I've never tried using cheddar, chives, and mayo. However it sounds interesting, I'll have to try it.
This recipe was so good. I am a rebel and used the skinny kind of french bread, which worked out just fine. I used 3 good sized cloves of garlic. I had some left of the butter mixture and put it on english muffins for a nice afternoon snack. Very good recipe, I will never use garlic powder or salt again :)
This was so easy and tasty! We were given a large loaf of french bread, I used half that night, slicing it as directed in step 2. The second half I split lengthwise, topped with the garlic butter/cheese mix and put it back together and have it wrapped up and in the freezer for a 2nd meal.
ok....no more store bought garlic bread! I was informed by the family this is the ONLY way to have garlic bread from now on...and it's so easy too! thanks