Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I make this a little differently now that I've experimented a little bit- I don't dip the bread into the mixture. I brush it on with a pastry brush and only to one side. I also just sprinkle th...
This turned out very buttery - too greasy for me. I would recommend brushing the butter mixture on with a brush rather than dipping the bread directly in the butter.
Quick! Easy! Yummy! Instead of rolling the bread in the cheese I just placed little piles of it on the bread. It seemed easier and worked okay.
Tastes great while being very quick, cheap, and easy to make. I made 24 slices about 3/8" thick from a 2" diameter baguette, and still had about half the butter and oil mixture leftover. Taste...
I don't double dip the bread - way too greasy for this old girl. However, great flavor if I don't overdo it!
Yum, yum, yum!! I made these to serve with the artichoke and sun dried tomato dip, but most of my guests ate these without any dip....they were that good!
What a wonderful appetizer! My guests said it was "sinful" and I'd have to agree! It has a very decadent flavor. It would also work very well as an accompaniment bread to any Italian dinner.
This is easy and delicious. I made some with the cheese and some without and both were excellent. I will definitely use this again. Served with Hot Artichoke Spinach Dip.