Ever wonder why the store bought garlic bread always tastes so good? Ever wonder what kind of fairy dust they sprinkle in that spread that makes it pop with flavor? If you’ve ever tried to make it at home, you know it’s not just butter and garlic. There is a zing, a little something extra. What is it?? I’ve got a clue but I don’t think you’ll like it…. you wanna know? Are you sure?? If I tell you, will you promise not to write it off until you at least try it once? Ok Ok here it is, brace yourself…..
Yes, I said it. And you scoffed didn’t you? I know I did the first time I heard this. And yes, it’s safe to eat after it’s been cooked. I know some people get a little iffy about warmed up Mayo but it’s fine and it’s delicious!
Now I’m not saying mine is exactly like the garlic butter spread at the store…. it’s better. Real garlic and parmesan cheese sends this over the top! I think it’s pretty darn epic and I bet you will too. Just get over your mayo stigma and try it ok?
- 1 loaf of french or sourdough
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1/4 cup mayo (I use light but regular is fine too)
- 4 garlic cloves, pressed
- 1 tsp italian herb blend
- 1 tsp garlic salt
- 2 tsp grated parmesan cheese
Spread over french bread
Broil on low open faced for about 5 minutes or until bread begins to brown.