Sunday, February 5, 2012




Garlic Pull Away Bread



I'm not sure where I found this recipe,
for this incredibly delicious bread..!?

It. Is. So. Super. Easy...

Take pre-made frozen loafs of bread.  Thaw  the bread.
Cut in one inch slices just as you slice a piece of bread from the loaf.
Cut the the one inch pieces in 1/3.

Melt a 1/4 cup of butter in glass bowl
Add:
1 TBsp of Fresh or Dried Parsely
1 tsp of Garlic Powder
1/4 tsp of Garlic Salt

Mix together

Add a few pieces of the cut bread and coat evenly, place in a Greased Bread Baking Pan.
Continue to coat all bread pieces with butter mix and evenly place in pan.
Cover with towel for one hour to let it rise a bit.

Bake at 350 for 30 mins. 


 I made three loafs of this bread...
One in a single loaf bread pan.  Two loafs in a baking dish.
The two loafs I baked in the baking dish, I kept a bit larger in size per piece.
Only cutting the one inch piece in half.


Before it was baked.

After Baked



This bread is tasty alone or with your favorite Pasta Dish.
I ate mine today with the Lasagna I made...


Three Lasagna Pans made also today...
Two will be given for meals this week, one going to my BFF and family while one recuperates from surgery
and the other will be given to the Manager of my Business.
She is having her second baby on Tuesday...Enough Said 

Each will be getting a bag of the Garlic Bread Pull Aways...

The pans of Lasagna and Bread were  securely wrapped for the freezer until time of delivery..

I'm still deciding on what treat to send along....
My thoughts are leaning towards Red Velvet Cuppies since this is VDay Month...!!


I used my  Kitchen Aid Mixer for the first today:)) to mix the cheese sauce for the Lasagna.
LOVE IT
 I can already see a real Love Relationship starting...!!
*Sorry, Mother*

Have a great week, Ya'll
And thanks for Stoppin By...

Hugs..K




2 comments:

  1. K, the pull apart garlic bread sounds and looks so yummy! I am going to try it this weekend!
    Thanks for another great new recipe.
    Hugs,
    Tricia

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  2. Good Day, Tricia! Hope your week is better than last!! This bread recipe is so easy and tastes great. What I like the most about it, you can pull of small pieces. Enjoy and let me know how you like the bread when you get a chance to make:) Happy Day..! K

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