Garlic Bread Ring

"Great with Italian or Barbecue! Easy to make my 3 yr old loves to help!"
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  • Grease Bundt Pan.
  • Mix together last five ingredients.
  • Make walnut sized balls of dough.
  • Roll in wet mixture.
  • Pile in pan.
  • Let rise till double.
  • Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes.

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  1. This recipe looked SO good but it was such a disappointment. It WAS very easy to make although the prep time was a LOT more then the recipe indicated. It smelled really good while it was baking and we were very excited to dig in after it cooled. It had a very bitter taste (I'm assuming it was the cheese that did that)and my family refused to eat it. We ended up throwing it out. I don't think there's anything that can be modified to make it less bitter. I'm sorry to say that I won't be making this again. Sorry!
  2. Wow!!! This was wonderful and easy! I followed the recipe except that I did not use the egg, and I used less butter. Even using less butter (I used 1/2 cup), there was still too much and it dripped out during the cooking process. I should probably mention that I used a loaf pan instead of a bundt, and that it was done after 25 - 30 minutes. Right after it came out of the oven, I inverted it on a platter and everyone just helped themselves. I will definitely be making this again...thanks honeetiger!
  3. My dd and I made this tonight to take to a Father's Day BBQ--it was sucha huge hit--at least 5 people asked for the recipe! So easy and fun to make. A cool presentation and yummy to eat too! One thing to note--I had tons of wet mixture left over--I actually made two loaves of bread adjusting the "wet mixture" to use 1 cup of butter and I still had a little "wet mixture" left over at the end of making the second ring. Also, they baked in only about 25-30 minutes, but that could have been b/c I used a silicone pan. Made for My Three Chefs 2007.



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