Homemade Garlic Bread is very simple, tastes delightful. It only takes 10 mins max to prepare and cook, it’s great to put on just as your dishing up.
I know what you’re thinking – seriously? You need a post on how to make garlic bread? Well not exactly.
This is a post on how to make gourmet cheesy garlic bread in bulk so you always have some on hand.
My family go nuts for a piece of garlic bread with our meals – this way, you can just take out as many ‘slices’ as you need, whack them under a hot griller – and you have toasted cheesy garlic bread in about 5 minutes flat.
Great to put on just as you’re dishing up your meal – and it makes your dinners stretch that little bit further – for less!
Please Note Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.
Nutritional information does not include the following ingredients:
- Cheese (Parmesan)
- 700 grams Turkish Bread
- 200 grams Butter softened but not melted
- 1 Garlic crushed
- 1/2 cup Cheese (Parmesan) grated
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- In a small bowl mix together the butter, garlic and parmesan cheese until well combined.
- Take the Turkish breads out of their packets and slice into 1.5cm slices - a typical loaf should get you about 10 - 12 slices (I used the Turkish bread from Aldi - delicious and cheap!).
- Lay the slices on bread on their side and using a scraper, 'butter' one side of the bread making sure you go right to the ends.
- Once the mixture is totally used up (don't be frightened to smother it on!) - now it's time to prepare them for freezing.
- Lay a sheet of baking paper on the bottom of the container, layer the bread on the bottom - as close as you can together without 'squashing' the loaf.
- Once the bottom layer is full, add a sheet of baking paper on top. Don't worry about the butter sticking to the paper, once its frozen it is easy to remove.
- Keep layering the garlic bread until you get right to the top of the container - again place baking paper on top - and place the lid on to seal.