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Here’s a side this that can just as well be served as a lovely breakfast, an appetizer for a larger crowd or a quick lunch! This garlic cheese bread is such a breeze to make, you’re going to want to prepare one at least once a week. This is a treat that not only tastes delicious, but looks absolutely gorgeous, too.
Soft on the inside, with a crispy crust, the bread is sliced in such a way, that the herb butter and cheese can melt deep inside the loaf. This makes the dish not only delicious, but fun for the family to portion. Each piece leaving a gooey trail of hot cheese. This recipe calls for a sourdough loaf. Due to the difficulty of making sour dough at home, you can use a store bought loaf. If you think you can make your own, or want to use a different kind, go right ahead. You can dip these cheesy bites in marinara sauce, or an herb infused olive oil.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Handle the Heat
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