Lynn Socko Recipe

Heavenly garlic bread

By Lynn Socko lynnsocko


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Serve this with your meal, or snack on it with some marinara sauce, so good!

Ingredients

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loaf fresh french bread
**unsalted butter
**granulated garlic
**black pepper
**mrs. dash tomato and basil
**red pepper flakes

Directions Step-By-Step

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Slice bread in half longways. Butter generously, sprinkle on granulated garlic, black pepper, Mrs. Dash tomato and basil and red pepper flakes. Broil till browned.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Savory Breads
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #spicy, #BUTTERY

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39 Comments

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Donna Bardocz Grandmereb
Jul 26, 2013
Oh this sound so yummy Lynn! I have to make it soon!!!
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Mar 31, 2013 - Kim Biegacki shared this recipe with discussion group: Lite and Healthy Eats!
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Maria * WWCook1
Feb 9, 2013
Love garlic. Will be trying your recipe soon. Your picture is so tempting if possible I could grab that piece and eat it now. lol.
When making garlic bread or croutons I brush the bread with a mixture of olive oil and mashed fresh garlic. Then I cut the amount of bread into cubes if I want croutons and bake accordingly. I personally love the flavor of butter but living in Greece I've learnt to use olive oil as it's more common, less expensive than butter and of course healthier. Garlic granules aren't sold here, only the powder which as you mentioned don't get much garliky flavor. Thanks once again my friend.
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Lynn Socko lynnsocko
Jan 3, 2013
oh yes, it was red pepper flakes. Yes I'd just cut them into croutons and bake a little longer. great idea!!! My favorite bread to turn into crumbs once it dries out a little is jalapeno cheese bread. then use it to bread chicken or pork, YUUUMMM
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Rose Selvar potrose
Jan 2, 2013
Turning them into bread crumbs sounds interesting; but hubs wants croutons for his salad made out of them so I'll try that. They may be just a bit too 'bready' to be croutons. Maybe I should put them back in the oven to make them more crunchy.

Oh, I found my "crushed red pepper"...is that basically the same thing as "red pepper flakes"? I don't use red pepper very often so I don't know much about it.

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