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Garlic Butter for Freezer Garlic Bread (Oamc)

Garlic Butter for Freezer Garlic Bread (Oamc) created by Nimz_

I tried to find a recipe on here for garlic butter to make mini garlic bread loaves for OAMC. I was surprised at how few recipes there were to choose from. This is the recipe I wound up creating. I spread this liberally onto both cut sides of 6" Italian bread rolls that I cut in half lengthwise like a submarine sandwich. Then tightly wrap each roll in aluminum foil (have to use that new Reynold's recycled foil!) and put inside a 2 gallon freezer Zip-loc bag. I keep reusing the bag to refill it with new rolls.

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10mins
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ingredients

  • For the butter

  • 1 tablespoon garlic, minced from a jar, water packed (I used a tbsp)
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon italian seasoning (I used a tbsp)
  • 2 teaspoons pepper, freshly cracked and ground (I did about 50 cranks on the pepper mill which is about 3 tsp or 1 tbsp)
  • 1 cup salted butter, softened (2 sticks)

directions

  • Put the softened butter into a bowl.
  • Add the pepper in a little pile on top of the butter.
  • Brown the minced garlic in a non-stick skillet on low heat until the water evaporates.
  • Add a drizzle of EVOO and stir to combine.
  • Continue to cook until the garlic begins to turn light brown.
  • Add the Italian seasoning and another drizzle of EVOO.
  • Stir to combine.
  • Leave on heat until the seasonings feel like they have softened under your spatula.
  • Scrape the garlic mixture into the butter bowl on top of the pile of pepper (yes, while it's hot, it will melt a little of the butter to better blend the flavors).
  • Wait about 10 min for the garlic/seasoning to cool a little then mix everything together.
  • If using to make garlic bread spread liberally onto the cut sides of the bread and put two spread sides together facing each other. Wrap in foil and either freeze in a Zip-loc bag or bake at 350 degrees for about 6 minutes. If baking off the bread from the freezer allow the bread to defrost first.
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"I tried to find a recipe on here for garlic butter to make mini garlic bread loaves for OAMC. I was surprised at how few recipes there were to choose from. This is the recipe I wound up creating. I spread this liberally onto both cut sides of 6" Italian bread rolls that I cut in half lengthwise like a submarine sandwich. Then tightly wrap each roll in aluminum foil (have to use that new Reynold's recycled foil!) and put inside a 2 gallon freezer Zip-loc bag. I keep reusing the bag to refill it with new rolls."
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  1. Nimz_
    Garlic Butter for Freezer Garlic Bread (Oamc) Created by Nimz_
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  2. Nimz_
    Delicious garlic bread. I used 1 stick of Smart Balance and 1 stick of butter and neither were salted so added a pinch of salt to the final mixture. The garlic could have been a little stronger for us. I only used a tsp of the Italian seasoning which was plenty for us. I also only used about 12 turns of my pepper mill which was "plenty" for us. I can't imagine using 50 turns. I would have liked a little Parmesan cheese in this for some added flavor. I didn't freeze the bread as stated in the recipe, but just spread on the wheat French Bread as we needed it. All in all a good garlic spread.
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  3. Ciocia DD
    I tried to find a recipe on here for garlic butter to make mini garlic bread loaves for OAMC. I was surprised at how few recipes there were to choose from. This is the recipe I wound up creating. I spread this liberally onto both cut sides of 6" Italian bread rolls that I cut in half lengthwise like a submarine sandwich. Then tightly wrap each roll in aluminum foil (have to use that new Reynold's recycled foil!) and put inside a 2 gallon freezer Zip-loc bag. I keep reusing the bag to refill it with new rolls.
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