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Luigi's Garlic Bread

Posted on September 10 2021

Luigi's Garlic Bread

Fresh and flavorful Garlic Bread warm from the oven! It's the perfect addition to any Italian style dinner, a complementary side to your tomato soup or even a savory treat for a juicy steak dinner. 

 

Ingredients:

½ cup Butter (1 stick), melted
4 Large Garlic Cloves, finely chopped
½ cup Parmesan, grated
2 TBSP Luigi’s Italian Seasoning
Salt & Pepper to taste
1 Baguette

 

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a small bowl, stir together butter, garlic, parmesan and Luigi’s Italian Seasoning. Season with salt & pepper. Set aside while you cut the baguette.
 
Cut deep slits into the baguette, 1-inch apart, don’t cut all the way through the loaf. Place the baguette on a large piece of tin foil. Using a spoon or offset spatula, generously spread the seasoned butter into each slit. Make sure to reach the bottom of the slit. Don’t be shy!
 
Wrap the baguette in the foil, place on a baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes. Slice the bread with a serrated knife (or tear with your hands) and serve at once.

 

Freezing Garlic Bread:

Perhaps you don't want an entire loaf in one sitting or you want to make extra for next time, try freezing your garlic bread. Prepare the slices of garlic bread as mentioned above (stop before baking), vacuum seal with the pulse setting, freeze, and then they’re ready and waiting for you whenever you get the craving, just like the kind you buy in a box at the store.

 

Click here to read more here about the best ways to vacuum seal bread.

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