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Sourdough Garlic Parmesan Breaddate 2018-09-07T21:43:00.000Z
Sourdough Garlic Parmesan Bread
When you make all of your own food, convenience becomes key in the kitchen.
After all, that is what makes convenience food so appealing, isn't it!? Meal planning and meal prep are both important factors in streamlining your kitchen processes, and garlic is no exception.
Isn't it amazing just how time-consuming and messy peeling garlic can be, even with a garlic peeler? The peels seem to float all over the kitchen with little resistance!
That's why I like to peel enough fresh garlic for about a week's worth of use and store it in a jar in the fridge. This task is so easy with the right tool (garlic peeler) that a child can help! Just peel the garlic cloves and place them in a jar in the fridge. Then when you're ready to make some Garlic Parmesan Bread, your work is so much simpler.
This cheesy, garlicky bread is a great addition to soup, adding flavor and sustenance. Simply slice some homemade sourdough artisan bread and top it with butter, fresh pressed garlic, parmesan and salt. Bake and enjoy! Read below for more details.
- Sourdough artisan bread, sliced
- Butter, grass-fed (I like KerryGold)
- Fresh garlic, one clove per slice of bread
- Shredded parmesan cheese
- Sea salt
- Alternative: If you're not a big fan of fresh garlic, you can substitute garlic salt for the fresh garlic and salt.
1. Preheat oven to 400F.
2. Place a sheet of parchment paper on top of a stainless steel baking sheet and arrange the slices of bread on top.
3. Spread butter on each slice of bread, and then press one clove of garlic (using a garlic press) onto each slice of bread. Spread the garlic around the entire slice.
4. Top with shredded parmesan cheese and finely ground salt.
5. Bake at 400F for 15-18 minutes, or until the edges begin to turn golden brown.
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