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Published on September 30th, 2013 | by Kristen Swain

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The Most Amazingly Delicious Parmesan Garlic Bread

I know, I spout off on every food post that you have to try it – that you have got to taste this for yourself. It’s delicious. Delectable. Amazing. But, honestly, in the realm of breads, this one is right up there. It truly is delicious. It pairs perfectly with Italian food, comfort food, or even with a salad. I love me a piece of bread or biscuit with my salad. Yum! Yum! This recipe is for Parmesan Garlic Bread.

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This is what you’ll need.

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I covered the eggs, but you’ll need:

2 loaves of frozen bread dough – I use Rhodes

½ cup Parmesan cheese

3 tablespoons parsley flakes

3 tablespoons chopped garlic

¾ cup mozzarella cheese shredded

cooking spray and bread pans

 

First off, spray your pans well with cooking spray. Nothing worse than bread that sticks to the pan. Mine even have that Teflon coating.

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Start chopping your bread, add in one egg.

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Add in your garlic – seems like a lot, but it wasn’t strong. If you don’t like much garlic cut it back some.

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Add in your parsley. If you hate it, leave it out, it’s just for looks anyway. Add your other egg.

 

 

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Add in your Parmesan. I used shaved. You can use whatever, so long as it’s real cheese.

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Now chop and chop. When you have the bread down to small pieces, about the size of a chick pea or almond, then add in your handful of mozzarella, or your cup full. I just added two small handfuls.

 

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Chop in the cheese but not too much. This is what you end up with.

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Separate the bread mix into the two loaf pans.

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Allow the bread to rise. You can cover them and let them rise about 2-3 hours. I don’t let mine rise too long because I don’t want big air pockets in the bread.

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Bake at 400 degrees until it is brown and beautiful, about 20 -25 minutes.

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Let it cool a little, then pull out of pans and let the bottom cool as well, so you don’t get soggy bread.

Now, slice it into delicious little slices of heaven.

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6 Responses to The Most Amazingly Delicious Parmesan Garlic Bread

  1. Dana says:

    Silly question, I’m sure…..but do you thaw the dough in the refrigerator?

    • says:

      Hi Dana! No, I thaw the dough on the counter, but only until it’s semi frozen. It cuts better while still somewhat solid to make it easier, otherwise it’s pretty sticky and a little harder to chop. hope that helps!
      kris

  2. Dana says:

    OMG!! I made this bread for Sunday dinner and did not have a crumb left. It is amazing. Thank you, Kris

  3. Theresa says:

    How long do you bake this? It doesn’t say in the instructions.

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