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We had this tonight with steak and bowtie pasta salad. It was a big hit. The garlic and spices were a perfect compliment to the provolone cheese.
Nice treat! I had never thought of using olive oil instead of butter! I used sweet french bread as I could not find the Italian, which I would have preferred, and mozzarella.
MMMM Just what I was looking for. I liked the olive oil. I used a shredded italian cheese blend, next time I will try it with the sliced provolone. Thanks for posting..
Loved it! We, like another reviewer, used this to make open faced sandwiches for Italian Skillet Burgers. YUM! Very easy, too.
This was ok but I think I'll still keep searching for another recipe. It had more spices than I would have liked. Mandi
I served this with chicken marsala and it was great. I think the provolone cheese has more flavor than a mozzarella cheese would. I used the crushed red pepper flakes and I'm glad I did.
Delicious! I used it as a base for open-faced sandwiches with Italian Skillet Burgers (Italian Skillet Hamburgers). DH loved it!
Took this to a gathering of about 30 people last night, wow, it disappeared very quick, have had to hand out the recipe to a few people. This was eaten at a bbq and went really well with the steaks and salad. I used mozzarella, next time will try provolone and did use the crushed pepper flakes. Thanks.
Absolutely PERFECT! Yum! Even my daughter who won't touch garlic bread with her spaghetti or lasagna, tried this and had THIRDS!!! (Made the other 2 kids mad because they wanted more!) YUM! Thank you, very much, for this recipe! Now we can ALL enjoy our bread with our pasta! :)
A perfect mate to our spaghetti & meatballs! I used a Baguette, skipped the pepper flakes but added some fresh Italian parsley to the mixture. I cut my own slices from a block of Mozarella - I'll grate it next time so it melts a little quicker. Thanx cookin!