High Voltage Garlic Bread

High Voltage Garlic Bread

1 Long Loaf Italian (or French) Bread
4 – 6 Cloves Garlic, Squished
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
2 Tbsp Chopped Fresh Parsley
½ Tsp Paprika
2 Tbsp Grated Parmesan Cheese

Preheat Oven To 400ºf.

In A Small Bowl, Combine The Garlic & Oil, Mashing Them Together Well.

In Another Bowl, Mix Together The Chopped Parsley, Paprika, & Parmesan Cheese.

Cut The Bread In Half Crosswise Then, As Evenly As You Possibly Can, Cut Each Half Horizontally In Half. This Will Give You 4 Longish Slabs Of Bread.

With A Pastry Brush, Or Clean Paintbrush, Brush The Garlic/oil Mixture Onto The Cut Surfaces Of The Bread, Using It All Up. Sprinkle, Likewise, With The Parsley Mixture. 

Arrange The Pieces Of Bread On A Baking Sheet, Cut-sides-up, & Bake For 10 Minutes, Until Lightly & Heated All The Way Through. 

Since The Baking Time Is Relatively Short, Pay Attention So That You Don’t Over-bake The Garlic Bread. Two Minutes Extra In The Oven, & It's, Um, Toast, Or Worse.

Cut Into Pieces & Serve.


Have you tried using half olive oil and half Chineese hot pepper oil?

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