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Cheese Powders at Firehouse Pantry

Cheesy Garlic Bread like Black Angus’s®
I've used this recipe for ten years or so, and guests always
love it. It really adds class to any plate of pasta and sauce.

Submitted By: John Heavner
Serves: 6 - 12
Prep. Time: 0:25

1 cup shredded Asiago cheese OR
Parmesan cheese
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
1 cup real
1/2 cup real butter - softened
2 cloves
garlic - peeled, minced fine
1 loaf French bread – cut in half lengthwise
1 bunch green onions - root and green ends trimmed, chopped

Ingredients at Firehouse Pantry

-In a bowl, stir together cheeses, mayonnaise, butter, and garlic until thoroughly mixed.
-Spread prepared mixture evenly over the cut side of each bread loaf half.
-Sprinkle onions evenly over cheese mixture.
-Place bread, spread side up, on a cookie sheet or aluminum foil, and then bake in a 350 degree oven for 7 minutes.
-Turn oven setting to broil and broil for 3 minutes.
-Break or slice bread into serving-size pieces and serve.

Make It A Meal: Serve along side Fettuccini Alfredo like The Olive Garden's® and a salad tossed with Salad Dressing like The Olive Garden's®

Visitor Comments

  • Robbie my family and I tried this receipe. I would decrease the mayo by 1/2 a cup. The taste of Mayo was overpowering.

  • I love love love this recipe! I used the Asiago bread from Wal Mart. My mom & brother enjoyed it as well, it's officially my mom's favorite. I made it with the garlic and dill new potatoes and stuffed chicken. Definently a keeper! The only thing I would do differently next time is a little less mayo.

  • This is the most amazing bread ever, we love it!!

  • Pretty good, although I think I'd make a slight revision when/if I make this again. I think it needs more garlic as the cheese/mayonnaise taste was far more predominant.

  • This bread is soooooo good! The only thing I will change next time I make it is to scale down the mixture. I had way too much for the loaf of bread I used and it was overpowering. Other than that it got rave reviews by my guests! THANK YOU!

  • I've had this recipe for about 5 years and have made it 3-4 times. In fact, I just made it last week to go along with Eggplant Parmesan. It is very good, although, very rich. Everyone loves it that tries it.

  • We didn't care for this recipe here... tasted way too much like mayo and was really greasy after adding butter.. even tried baking and broiling longer, no help. Won't ever make this again.

  • Yummy, thank you!

  • This bread was the best ever. Even my mother-in-law said it was the best garlic bread she had ever had, and that is definitely saying something! I didnt change a thing with the recipe, very quick and easy, Thanks!

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