Top Rated Garlic Bread Recipes

Dab a bit of garlic pesto on each bread slice for a quick garlic bread.
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Pair this easy garlic bread with pasta and red sauce for a quick dinner.
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This delicious and simple garlic bread recipe is delicious and isn't too much of an indulgence!
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Olive Oil Garlic Bread with Tomato and Mozzarella Topping
One of my favorite things to make is a fresh tomato, mozzarella, and basil mixture, with a little bit of olive oil, salt, and pepper. I'll eat it with just about anything, although on top of an olive oil garlic bread is one of my boyfriend's new favorites. I use par-baked French baguettes so that I can add the olive oil and garlic midway through, but feel free to experiment with this recipe to make it just right. Click here to see Why You Should Cook with Olive Oil.
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Blistered, warm, juicy tomatoes add another dimension to this grilled garlic bread bruschetta.
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Ditch Plains Clambake
All you need for success at this beach party is some good weather to share with family and friends. And bring along some happy music, too! See all clam recipes. Click here to see A Trip to the Hamptons is Just a Cookbook Away.
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The large quantity of chopped parsley—1 cup!—certainly gives the meatballs a toothsome herbal quality.
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Garlic Bread
As I walked into the kitchen once as a kid, following the scent and sizzling sound of garlic sautéing in the pan, I looked up at my mom who was stirring the garlic around, and she nonchalantly said, "You know, if you cook garlic... people will come." It made me laugh at the time, but it has proven to be a true fact for such a smelly item. When my apartment filled (and I mean filled!) with the scent of roasting garlic, butter, and cheese, my roommates couldn't get in the kitchen fast enough, and I think I saw some neighbors trying to climb through the windows, too! So be warned, lock your windows and doors when making this inviting garlic bread. Click here to see 7 Reasons to Eat More Garlic
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Italian food is comfort food. Pasta of any kind is always a hit with my family, and on special occasions we often enjoy lasagna or manicotti.  Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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cut loaf in half length wise...using a garlic press, press your garlic, mix with butter and about 2-3 tbs of parmesan cheese.place on broiler pan and place under broiler until butter is melted and breaded to toasted.
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Derek Flynn
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Here's proof that simpler is better. For a delightful variation that goes well with roasted pork or turkey, substitute crumbled dried sage leaves for the oregano.
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