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Quick Parmesan Garlic Bread

October 3, 2008

So when we sat down to eat our most recent pasta dish, Jen looks to me and says “What, no garlic bread?”.  Well she was right, I forgot to make it.  The food was on the table already so I had to make it quick, less our dinner get cold.  For this reason I justify using that minced garlic you can find in little jars at the grocery store.  It turned out great for something that was so quick and simple to make.  Takes about 5 to 6 minutes or so.



          French baguette, sliced a bit diagonal into 1” slices.

          Olive Oil

          Minced garlic (about a spoonful or 1 clove per each slice)

          Grated parmesan cheese

          Kosher salt

          Cracked black pepper

Start buy turning your oven on a high broil and place a sheet pan in there to get it hot while prepping your bread.


Pour a few glugs of olive oil into a shallow bowl or dish.  Dip both sides of your sliced baguettes into the olive oil.  Next, spread a spoonful of your minced garlic on each piece, followed by two spoonfuls of grated parmesan cheese.  Top with kosher salt and pepper. 


Pull your, now hot, sheet pan from the oven.  Place your baguette slices on the sheet pan and broil on high for about 3 ½ to 4 minutes.  The heated sheet pan will toast up the bottoms of the baguette real nicely while the broiler will melt your parmesan on the top.  If you are like me, you will want to baby sit your bread, so you don’t burn it.



One Comment leave one →
  1. October 14, 2008 2:42 am

    viva la bruschetta

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