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Rustic Grilled Garlic Bread

Submitted by: quietstorm on June 4, 2010
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Rustic Grilled Garlic Bread

This is our favorite thing to make on the grill right now….

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: flexible

Prep Time: 5 mins   Cook Time: 5-10 mins  


Crusty Italian Bread (sliced 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick)

Olive oil (any oil will work for this, I used some garlic oil the other day and it was great)

Whole garlic cloves (peeled)

Tomato cut in half (optional)

Cheese of your choice, shredded —¬† mozzarella, parmesan, fontina asiago…. (optional)


Preheat Grill.

Brush both sides of sliced bread with oil.

Place bread on grill (45 degree angle to the grates will give you nice grill marks) & grill until desired doneness. Flip and grill other side.

Remove from grill & rub bread with garlic clove & then the cut tomato if using. If using the cheese, sprinkle on to taste & return to the grill to melt.


Categories: Appetizers & Snacks, Breads, Budget, Entertaining, Grill-Outdoor Cooking

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