Dilly Garlic Bread

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This dilly garlic bread is a yummy variation on your regular garlic bread.  It’s a delicious way to dress up a store bought loaf of garlic bread. The thing that makes this different is the addition of dill weed to the butter mixture. I also love the addition of paprika too. It adds a fun bright almost orange color to the butter along with flavor.

This combination may sounds strange but is really quite delicious.  The dill adds a nice light sweet element to the garlic bread.  If you don’t have dill on hand, basil would be a great substitute. However, it will result in a flavor that is much different than what the dill would give you.

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Pair this dilly garlic bread with a hot hearty bowl of soup. Or serve it along side of a savory saucy pasta dish. It is a nice change from a typical garlic bread.

Here is what you need to make the

Dilly Garlic Bread

  • FRENCH BREAD
  • FRESHLY GRATED PARMESAN CHEESE
  • DRIED PARSLEY
  • PAPRIKA
  • DILL WEED
  • GARLIC CLOVES
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Dilly Garlic Bread

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Ingredients
  

  • 1 unsliced loaf French bread
  • ½ cup butter softened
  • ½ cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp dried parsley
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 1 tsp dill weed
  • 1 Tbsp minced garlic cloves

Instructions
 

  • Slice bread, but not all the way through, leaving slices attached at the bottom.
  • In a small bowl, cream butter. Add the Parmesan cheese, parsley, paprika, and garlic; mix well. Spread between slices.
  • Wrap loaf in a large piece of heavy-duty foil (about 28 in. x 18 in.)( I just used regular foil). Bake at 325° for 15-20 minutes or until heated through. 8-10 servings.
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Recipe adapted of a bottle Christopher Ranch chopped garlic.

This is the original photo for this post when it was first posted in May 2011.

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