Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Cheesy Pull-Apart Garlic Bread [Recipe and Tutorial]


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6 comments:

  1. I'm making this tonight with the bread I made using your awesome recipe!--I found your recipe through my cousin on Facebook.

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    1. Fantastic! I'd love to hear how it turns out. I love this recipe!

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  2. I make what I call stuffed bread. I take a loaf of bread and slice it the long way into thirds, (layers). The bottom third is the bottom of the bread. I put mustard on the bread and I put onions, mushrooms, cheese on this layer. The middle layer I butter both sides with garlic butter, put it on top of the bottom layer, and then put tomatoes, cheese, (maybe cut ham) more onions, and then I take the top layer, put horseradish on the underside, or mayo, or more mustard, or all of them and put it on top of the middle layer. I then take garlic butter and italian herbs and mix together and brush this over the whole bread. I transfer this stuffed bread onto a large sheet of tin foil, slice it into 4-5 pieces, wrap it up and put it in the oven at 350 for 1 hour. This cooks all the goodies into the bread, and it is pre-sliced so it is easy to eat. You can put whatever you prefer on each layer.

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  3. Am i adding 1/4tsp italian seasoning AND 1/4 tsp oregano to the butter??

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    1. Hi there!

      No need for both, you can use either/or. Parsley is also good if neither of those are available.

      All the best!

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