Garlic Stick Bread

When the sun greets me, there’s nothing I can think of except “Hmm let’s see what I can make for breakfast…”. Then I will search the internet for any recipes, run to the kitchen, (okay I don’t literally run) & cook my surprising breakfast meal. I always love my morning!

That time, I have a looot of white bread in my cabinet. (Well I know that I’m supposed to use loaf Italian bread instead for making a garlic bread. But who cares? It still tastes just great.)
So I decided to make myself a garlic bread! And I also don’t have garlic powder with me. I mean, I didn’t even know that “garlic powder” does exist. So I used crushed garlic instead.

So here it is! A crunchy, buttery, garlicky Garlic Bread…

Garlic Stick Bread
Garlic Stick Bread

Maybe I should name it Garlic Bread Pyramid… or Volcanolic, or The Indian Tent or …

I never thought that making a garlic bread is that easy. Not until I made this.

You only need :
– Butter
– a LOT of minced garlic.
– Dried oregano (But I used basil leave)
– Salt
– (and of course) Bread

Basil Leaves
Basil Leaves

First, mince the garlic & crush them. Then in a small bowl, mix together butter, garlic, dried oregano, and salt (if you prefer a salty taste).
Spread the mixture on each of the bread slice. (I cut my bread into some slices).

Then on a non-stick pan, bake the buttery bread until it’s golden enough on both sides.

And done! It doesn’t even take a long time..

Garlic Stick Bread
Garlic Stick Bread

It smells so good, and tastes even better! Enjoy your morning! :D Ah, and don’t forget your coffee.

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