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Pretty sure this is the ONLY garlic bread recipe that you’ll need in your life because it is EPIC. Actually, it is beyond epic. I just don’t really have words for it. If you’re watching Stranger Things; it’s like another dimension kind of epic ;)
Garlic lovers — you will be in heaven with this bread. Yes, you basically will have stank breath for the rest of the evening until you brush your teeth but it’s 100% worth it.
This extra garlicky and cheesy garlic bread has pretty much wiped away any garlic bread I’ve ever had because this is simply hands down the best I’ve ever had. Bold statement but it is totally needed to let you know how epic this is. It has 21 (!!) cloves of garlic, lots of parmesan cheese, and uses fruity olive oil.
You may also wonder how I managed to mince 21 cloves of garlic. I swear I have a life but in all seriousness, it’s thanks to this garlic twister. EVERY single time I share it on Instagram, I think the company’s stock goes up. Haha kidding, but it’s seriously one of my favorite kitchen gadgets ever and everyone seems to think the same.
You know how Alton Brown is all, “don’t buy uni-taskers?” Well, this is one uni-tasker that will save your time and your fingers (because garlicky fingers are not fun). You smash the garlic with the bottom of the garlic twister then you throw the cloves into (like 2-3 at a time depending on how large your cloves are) and then you twist and it minces it PERFECTLY. Way better than any knife skills you have acquired. Then you just use a spoon or spatula to scoop it out (again avoiding those garlicky fingers!) and be on your merry way to finally eating this extra garlicky and cheesy bread.
Pretty sure that bread bowl at dinner is gonna need to be filled with these!
Extra Garlicky and Cheesy Bread
- 1 French baguette, or similar (about 20 inches in length)
- 21 cloves of garlic, finely minced
- ¾ cup grated parmesan cheese
- ⅔ cup extra virgin olive oil
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- ½ teaspoon kosher salt
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- Preheat the broiler on the oven.
- Slice the baguette in half length-wise then in half down the middle height-wise. You'll have 4 shorter baguettes.
- In a small bowl, mix together garlic, cheese, olive oil, oregano, and salt. It will be a thick paste-like consistency.
- Using a spatula, evenly divide the mixture amongst the baguettes and spread in an even layer. It will seem like a lot of garlic and "paste" but it's what you want.
- If you have some leftover — keep it! It works great by mixing it with breadcrumbs and using it as a crumb topping on dishes.
- Place baguettes on baking sheet and bake for 5-10 minutes or until bread is browned and mixture is bubbly. You'll want to watch this very carefully.
- Remove from oven and let cool until cool enough to touch.
- Slice into pieces and serve!
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Monday 27th of November 2017
Made this the other night to compliment a cheese plate, and it was delicious!
I used Kraft grated Parmesan, the kind that comes in a plastic bottle near pizza ingredients vs. using fresh grated. Next time, I'd do fresh grated but I was going with what I had on hand.
Overall, loved this and can't wait to make it again!! Thanks for a great recipe.
Tuesday 28th of November 2017
I'm so glad you gave this a try! Thank you for the feedback!
Elizabeth @ Take On E
Thursday 16th of November 2017
LOL love the name of this dish! I always make sure that if I eat garlic, my husband does too -- cancels it out LOL. My dad makes super-garlicky garlic bread, too. But he doesn't add CHEESE! Way to step it up!
Friday 17th of November 2017
Thanks so much!