By C in PA on August 02, 2004
Photo by flower7
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"This is fantastic. This was posted on a canning list, and this is a definite staple in my fridge. The best thing about it is that you make it, and it keeps in the fridge for up to 2 months. The taste is fantastic!"
Serving Size: 1 (1319 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Made this yesterday and haven't even been able to make garlic bread out of it yet!!! First tried it on crackers; yummy, garlicy, addicting. Then I used someone elses suggestion and mixed it into my meatloaf mixture. The whole house smelled wonderful - my DH even said he could smell it at the end of our street! He thought that was the best meatloaf he ever tasted, even better than his mothers - now thats saying alot! I quartered the recipe since there is only the two of us. Thank you for posting! Can't wait to try it today as garlic toast and leftover meatloaf. 10/20/06 Finally made the garlic bread and it was wonderful. Baked it then broiled it so the cheese was a little toasted. Great garlic recipe.11/15/06 Last night I put this on top of some canned spinach and broiled it, awsome!"
"Yum! This is so easy and so tasty! I only made 1/4 of the recipe for 2 of us, but now I think that I'll make it again and always have on reserve. Thanks C in PA. Made for Cookbook Tag."
"OK, I know how to keep the vampires away! LOL This stuff is great! I reduced the recipe, but I could see making the full recipe up, serving for a dinner with friends and handing them a jar of this on the way out the door! I enjoyed the flavors, and think that the lemon added a bit of brightness. Thanks so much for sharing, C in PA."
"This is so easy to make and tastes delicious! It stays great in the fridge and I think it gets more flavorful the longer it sits! But don't expect it to last very long. It doesn't have to be just a bread spread..try it on veggies, omelets, tortillas, soften it a bit in the microwave for a quick appy to spread on crackers. Thanks for sharing your recipe C in PA!"
"Very very good. Great combination of cheese flavors, but I will cut back just a little on the Romano cheese next time as I personally thought it was a little stronge. I made only a third of the recipe and have plenty for lots of bread. Thanks for sharing. Made for Best of 2011 tag game."
"Wow!! This was awesome. I made one pint as there is only 2 of us. I made it exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. It was perfect. Next time I plan to make more so I can share with friends. Thanks for sharing a great recipe."
"Wow is this garlicy (not that that's a bad thing!) I quartered the recipe and had enough for 2 mini baguettes. I had to use shredded romano not grated so added a little extra. I also used half fresh garlic and half pickled garlic (it was from recipe #263732 - I didn't want to waste it and wasn't sure what else to do with it!) Went great with the black bean soup I had for dinner. Thanks for sharing!"
"I can't believe I forgot to review this. This is really awesome. My kids love it. I make it every time we have spaghetti or lasagna. I've even made one night while watching a movie. It reminds me of the Rockefeller bread that the Fish House Vera Cruz in San Marcos, CA serves minus the spinach."
"Definitely very yummy. I used a coarsely shredded mozz, I think it would be more spreadable with finer shreds. That won't stop me from using up this original batch, and going on for more!"
"What a great bread spread!!! I made this, only to realize I only had half the amount of mozzerella called for so added monterey jack cheese also. Great recipe!!! I loved this as did my family. I will make this bread many times.....thank you so much for sharing this with us."
"Yummmm! Great flavor & easy. I don't think this will last long at my house! Thanks for a good & easy recipe."
"Real nice. Cut the recipe to 1 pint. Looked like a lot but really wasn't on a loaf of French Bread. Two of us inhaled it. The EVO made a different taste from the usual butter. Like the bread dipping oil. The lemon juice also contributed. A keeper and maker again. Thanks for sharing."
"I made about a 1/5 recipe but I let the computer do the calculations and they were a bit funky-1/5 of 1 cup is not 1/4 cup or garlic-. I didn't realize this until later so I will probably try it again. We did like it a lot it was just too strong. I love that if you don't use it all you can store it for a while."
"Made this yesterday for a birthday party and served it with spaghetti. It was one of the first things to go at the table. It was very easy to prepare and tasted great. I made one before hand in my toaster oven to see if it needed anything extra, but it was just right. I think the mixture of the 3 cheeses gives it the perfect flavor -- i love how i didn't need to add any salt. I added extra garlic and i left out the lemon juice. Great recipe, thanks!"
"Yum! I used fresh minced garlic when I mixed up a jar of this. I made some french bread and topped it with the spread. OMG! It was wonderful served with Sausage Gumbo. It could always be made with less garlic for someone who wants a milder garlic taste. mmmmmmmm"
"I belong to the canning group where this was posted and have been making it for several years. Have people begging me to make all the time. Wonderful!!!!!"
"This was delicious and so convenient. I tried on Ritz crackers while I was waiting to bake the bread and it was awesome. Thanks for such a great recipe."
"I reduced the amounts to make 1/4 of the recipe. We were very pleased with this cheesy, very garlicy spread. It melted well on french loaves. I did add dried parsley flakes to the spread for some color. Thanks for sharing your recipe. "
"This was definately GARLIC bread... but everyone wanted 2 jars. Now I'm getting calls to make more... If you LOVE garlic, ya gotta try this one. Thanks for a great recipe. By the way, it's even better after being in the refrigerator a couple of days."
"Very good spread recipe! I think next time I will leave out the lemon juice. I did not care for the lemon taste so much but the garlic was heavenly! I am making this for company tomorrow night. Thanks!"