Oh. My. God. How good is garlic bread!? It’s probably the best thing since sliced bread, haha. I just love the oiliness, crispiness and garlicky-ness of this Super Simple Vegan Garlic Bread.
The best thing is, you can eat it as an appetizer or an accompaniment. You could even eat it on it’s own. You could put chopped tomato, red onion and basil on top and make a pretty mean bruschetta (olives would work pretty awesomely too).
I’ve put dried rosemary and thyme on this one, but you could easily use fresh herbs, or no herbs – just garlic mixed with olive oil works just as well. Mix it up as little or as much as you want! I also like a bit of spice, so I put a touch of chilli in the mix too.
Homemade garlic bread is just waaaaaay, way better than store bought from the supermarket. And, it doesn’t even take long to make. It’s oily, crunchy, moreish, garlicky, and delicious.
Check out this cute little video to see how easy it is to make:
Mmmm. I’m craving this Super Simple Vegan Garlic Bread as I write this right now! (probably because it’s around dinner time and I can smell food cooking)
Josh says: Even when you’re full, you can still manage to eat this garlic bread, and you won’t leave a crumb behind!
If you’re after a great variation on traditional garlic bread – check out our Asian Inspired Garlic Bread for garlic bread with a twist!
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- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 tsp dried rosemary
- 1 tsp dried thyme
- Generous pinch salt and pepper
- 1/4 tsp chilli flakes
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1/3 of a turkish bread
Crush garlic in a bowl
Add olive oil
Add all other ingredients. Herbs, chilli, salt and pepper
Cut turkish bread in half
Spread olive oil mix onto the turkish bread, covering well and adding liberally
Bake in moderate oven under grill for around 10 to 12 minutes or until golden on top
Use fresh herbs if preferred or handy
Leave out herbs if desired
Add tomato, red onion and basil to make a yummy bruschetta