04 November 2010

Pan-fried Garlic Bread

     This simple technique is always sure to please and always leaves me empty handed and my guests wanting more. It takes just about as long as the "texas toast in a box" method, but has twice the flavor and crunch.

      1. Slice two deli-fresh or homemade hoagie rolls 
      2. Heat 2-3 tablespoons of butter or margarine in a skillet over med-high heat

      3. Sprinkle butter, once melted, with bread dipping seasoning of your choice 

      4. Place rolls face down in butter and let simmer until light brown and crispy 

      5. Turn over in pan for 2-3 more minutes until heated and crispy on bottom. 


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