Cheese, Garlic and Herb Bread





Introduction: Cheese, Garlic and Herb Bread

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Who doesn't like garlic bread! At a proper BBQ it has to be served!!!
Or take it along to a friends house as potluck!

This time I just didn't want to serve the "normal" one, just garlic butter on bread, so I gave it a twist!
It was a try and it worked!

Next time I try this with a wholewheat bread, that will make it much more rustic!

Step 1:

1 approx 500 g Bread loaf
some slices of Cheese to taste
120 g Butter
1 bunch Parsley, chopped
8 cloves of Garlic, chopped
2 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tbsp Mustard Seeds

Melt the butter and mix with all ingredients, except the cheese.

Step 2:

Cut the bread like a chessboard, but not all the way through.

Step 3:

Cut the cheese slices into squares and push them into the cuts of the bread.

Pour the butter mixture over the cuts.

Step 4:

Wrap the bread into aluminium foil and bake in the oven at 200 C for 15 minutes, then open the foil and bake in the oven, or on the BBQ for another 5-10 minutes until crisp. Serve hot!

Quick and easy and it looks nice!



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    Yup! In Scotland, if you couldn't brave a BBQ in the rain, there would be no BBQ's ;-)


    Hi there, just a wee note to say, your cheesy garlic was amazing. We had a typical Scottish BBQ, yesterday. The rain was coming in side ways ;-). I made your bread, which was nice, simple and a huge hit with all that were there. Great job. Thanks :-)

    Oh even with side ways rain you have a BBQ? Tough guys!!!

    Thank you for making my bread!! I'm glad you liked it!

    Looks delicious!!!


    You're welcome! :-)

    I made this today and it was AWESOME!!!! Thank you for the recipe!!!!

    I think this would be nice using a nice round loaf of pumpernickel bread or even a baguette