Friday, May 19, 2017

Garlic Toast | Garlic Toast with leftover bread | Toast Recipe

Garlic toast, a quick to make toast with the leftover bread and it tastes great with some hot soup or as a snack in the  evening. 

There were times that we used to buy garlic bread from the frozen section of the grocery store whenever we went shopping. We both like them a lot and we love to have them all time with soup, coffee/tea or as a mid day snack.
Later when I started to bake, I tried a few attempts on garlic bread from scratch , but it didn't turn out well.Then I came to know that with store bought bread, we can make this garlic toast very easily and quickly too.

Every time I buy some bread, I reserve a few slices for making this delicious toast. It's so crunchy and flavorful on every bite. Now let's move to the recipe.

Garlic Toast

Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 minsServes : 2 to 3  
Recipe Category: Toast | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Garlic Cheese Toast, Garlic Toast with leftover bread, Bread Toast Garlic toast, a quick to make toast with the leftover bread and it tastes great with some hot soup or as a snack in the evening.
Bread Slices - 5
Butter - 2 tbsp
Olive oil - 1 tsp
Garlic - 2 cloves
Parmesan Cheese - 2 tbsp
Italian seasoning - 1/2 tsp
Salt - 1/8 tsp

Preheat the oven at 400 F.
Peel the garlic and put it in mixie/blender jar and grind into coarse paste. Take the butter in a bowl.
Add the garlic paste and salt into it and mix it well.
Add olive oil, italian seasoning and cheese one by one & mix it well.
Now the garlic cheese spread is ready. Place the bread slices in the baking tray and apply this spread evenly on top of all the slices.
Bake it in the preheated oven for 8-10 mins and turn the oven into broil mode for last one minute. Remove from the  oven, cut into stripes and serve.
That's it, Crunchy and tasty Garlic Toast is ready. 

Related: How to make Garlic Pull-Apart Cheese Bun

  • Butter should be at room temperature.
  • Instead of grinding the garlic, you can minced them finely too.
  • Instead of Italian seasoning, you can use fresh/dried parsley too.
  • If you're using salted butter, then skip the salt in the recipe.
  • I have use white bread for this toast.
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  1. Oh yumm that looks scrumptious!! I can have this anytime!!!

  2. Oh, wow! These garlic toasts look fabulous..

  3. Absolutely fantastic ! Even I can have them anytime ,perfectly made .

  4. This is such an awesome side with soup or pizza... so flavorful!

  5. Omg, this garlic toast is a real torture, lipsmacking here.

  6. Wow, your garlic toast looks so tempting. Yummy!!

  7. I feel that baking bread at home is not worth the effort since you get excellent bread for extremely reasonable prices at the store. The garlic toast looks so crisp and yummy!

  8. Wow those toast look so downright sinful!..wish I could simply grab some right now..

  9. A toast with a soup is always complete.. Now im getting tempted badly!!

  10. The garlic toast looks super amazing and very delicious too.