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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Easy garlic bread recipe
Any Italian bread can be made garlic bread easily this way with chopped garlic, butter, olive oil as main ingredients. I got bruschetta bread last week and was thinking want to do with it other than bruschetta. I thought I can try garlic bread. Very easy to make starter and evening snack for your kid. I have made it with cheese this time, as I already have posted garlic bun and garlic bread from scratch already. So wanted to post this easy garlic bread recipe. Here’s the simple one to try for you all this weekend Happy

On a different note, check out my Co-sis page for some beautiful handcrafts :

Easy garlic bread recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Continental  |  Recipe Category: Starter
Prep Time 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins     Serves: 3


Italian bread/ Baguette – 1

Garlic, finely chopped – 1 tbsp

Italian seasoning – 1/2 tsp

Coriander leaves or parsley – 1 & 1/2 tbsp

Salted butter – 2 tbsp

Olive oil – 3 tbsp

Grated cheese – as needed


  1. In a bowl, mix softened butter, olive oil, garlic, italian seasoning and coriander leaves with a fork. Pre heat the oven to 200 Deg. C
  2. 1-mix
  3. Slice the bread into two lengthwise. I sliced as I do for bruschetta, but I recommend to cut after toasting. Spread the mixed garlic herb butter mixture in the white part of the bread. Place the bread in a baking tray, lined with aluminium foil.
  4. 2-spread
  5. Cover the bread with aluminium foil.  Bake for 10 minutes. Once done, take out from the oven.
  6. 3-toast
  7. You can serve as such or sprinkle some grated cheese ( I used Mozzarella) over this and again bake for 10 mins at 200 deg. C or until the cheese turns golden.
  8. 4-chees


    • You can use a mixture of parmesan or cheddar along with mozzarella.
    • You can increase butter or olive oil accordingly to spread the garlic herb butter mixture evenly.
    • I made very less than mentioned, so do not compare the pictures with the recipe.
    • You can choose grill option for last 2 minutes for more crispy result.

Garnish with more coriander leaves and chilli flakes or pepper powder while serving. Serve hot always.

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  1. Yummy.....is it necessary to cover t bread with foil or can we bake it as it is?

    1. Yes you can bake as such, since I bake twice with cheese again, I cover it with foil to prevent browning soon.

  2. Yummy.....is it necessary to cover t bread with foil or can we bake it as it is?

  3. Please Is there any other way to bake crispier & without browning the bread
    By not using aluminium foil, since aluminium on high temperatures in oven hazardous to health

  4. u could use parchment paper....

  5. My fav starter:-) yum..ur Co-sis page looks grt

  6. Hi Rajeshwari....
    I am a big fan of ur kitchen. I don't have oven/microwave. Can we do it on dosa pan? Please reply. My daughter is mad for garlic bread. Also please share Cooker Cake receipes.
    Archana :)

    1. Yes, you can try toasting in very low flame and use a lid to cover the bread.


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