Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Herby Garlic Bread

This week, our Food Network Chef's Challenge Chef is Paula Deen.  I know Paula is notorious for unhealthy dishes.... so I scoured her recipes to find one that was a little more figure-friendly, if you know what I mean :)

What a found was a recipe for garlic bread made with olive oil!

That will do.

I called mine Herby Garlic bread because my friend Rachel and I just had a discussion about how much fun it is to say "herby"!

Plus - it reminds me of the Love Bug... good 'ol Herby.

Herby Garlic Bread - Adapted from Paula Deen

4-6 slices of sourdough bread (I used leftover dinner rolls)
1-2 T olive oil
Garlic salt (I used sea salt and garlic powder)
Herbs -- I used parsley and chives

Lightly brush each piece of bread with olive oil.  I used butter on a couple just to test the difference.  I actually liked the olive oil better!

Then, sprinkle each with salt and garlic powder.

Top with herbs.

Place in the oven at 350 for 10 minutes until bread is warmed and nicely browned.



  1. Oh, your bread looks delicious! I've never made it with olive oil but will now! Love your header! Thanks for the recipe!

  2. LOL :) Love that you called it "herby!"

    This look delicious, by the way--I may just try this next time I have some extra bread laying around.

  3. I want to come live at your house! You are always making yummy things.

  4. Yummy and easy recipe! Have to try it! I can't believe she didn't use butter in the original unlike her!

  5. Nice bread to round off a meal! My kids won't eat visable herbs on much else but garlic bread, yes.

  6. I just "found" you today (through Vonda @ Following Splendor)and am now following! I love your sense of adventure and have already seen several recipes I want to try. Can't wait to spend more time looking around :)

  7. hee hee, I tried to make this a few weeks ago, and forgot to set the timer. What was left, was not good......

  8. Heh, I like that you called it Herby ;) But now the question is... do you pronounce the H? Where I grew up it was more like "erb" than "herb."


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