Parmesan & Herb Bread

"The recipe calls for continental bread but I have used normal bread without an issue."
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  • Arrange slices of bread on a foil lined baking tray.
  • Mix remaining ingredients together.
  • Spread mixture liberally over each piece of bread.
  • Bake in a moderate oven, 180 C, for 10-15 mins or until crisp & golden.

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  1. Nimz_
    This was a very nice combination of flavors. I used french bread and did not have fresh Oregano so used about a tsp of the dried and that seemed to work well for us. The Worcestershire gave this an interesting flavor. Thanks for sharing. Made for Australia/NZ February Swap. :)
    This was so easy to make and so good! I used a loaf of french bread cut in half. I baked int he oven for about 10 minutes to warm it and start melting the cheesey topping and then broiled it for 12 minutes to get golden-toasty brown. Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #48.
  3. januarybride
    FABULOUS! A great alternative to garlic bread. So easy and a great way to use all those awesome herbs from the garden. Will definitely make this again. I used Parmesan and Herb rolls (can you believe I found them) which I simply cut in half. Cooked on 350 for about 6 minutes, then turned on the broiler for 2 minutes for perfection.
  4. Chef Pollo
    Cut it in half and scaled back the mayo and parm a bit - yum!! Thanks!
  5. I'mPat
    I halved the recipe for 4 slices of bruschettina and it covered them perfectly though in a fan forced oven at 175 they were cooked in the 10 minute bracket. We enjoyed these with AmandaInOz recipe #310943 310943 and a tossed green salad. Wonderful dinner. Thank you Mandy, made as a recipenapp for Recipe Swap #19 - August 2008.


  1. Engrossed
    This was very EASY and VERY TASTY! I made 1 serving and used 2 slices of regular white bread. I used fresh parsley but dried oregano and the full amount of worcestershire sauce. I baked it at 375F for about 10 minutes. I love the crispy chewy texture! We ate this with pasta instead of garlic bread. I will be making this one again.


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