Can y’all believe it’s almost November?! Time has really flown by since I moved down to Baltimore, and I’m already about to start my second term in school. Since moving, I made it a point to cook at least 3-4 times a week so I didn’t rely on instant foods (i.e. ramen or canned soup haha).
If you have been following my blog since the start, you’ll know I’m a sucker for foods with garlic. Whenever my family goes to restaurants or does take-out, I always try to order garlic bread (especially when we order from pizza shops!) If you didn’t get to see my recipes for garlic monkey bread and spinach artichoke dip stuffed garlic bread, now’s your chance 🙂
My homemade garlic bread recipe was oh-so easy, and I’m so happy I purchased a freshly baked baguette when I visited the local farmers’ market.
- garlic cloves
- olive oil
- butter (I purchased one with olive oil and sea salt, it elevated my bread by 100000x)
- dried parsley flakes
- Pre-heat your pan on medium heat.
- Slice your bread in the desired shape–I did mine diagonally because they look prettier haha 🙂
- Dice up as many garlic cloves as you want to use for your bread. I used probably 4-5 cloves!
- Spread butter on both sides of the bread, and then sprinkle parsley and garlic on one side.
- Place the bread onto the pan (garlic-sprinkled side down so it can “cook into” the bread) carefully so all the garlic won’t spill all over the place (like mine did heh)
- Depending how high your fire is and how crispy golden you want your bread, you can flip it when you’re ready, sprinkling any other garlic pieces to the bare side.
- When you’re satisfied with the level of crisp and brown of your bread, take them out and wolf them down (or share… if you’re feeling generous haha)
Hope you enjoyed reading!
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