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Garlic Bread

Garlic bread is a popular side dish enjoyed by many for its savory, flavorful combination of garlic, butter or olive oil, and herbs on top of a crusty bread. It can be prepared using various types of breads, such as baguette, ciabatta, or even pre-sliced sandwich breads, making it a versatile and easy-to-make accompaniment to a variety of meals. To make garlic bread, minced or pressed garlic is typically mixed with softened butter or olive oil along with herbs such as parsley, basil, or oregano. This mixture is then spread onto the bread and toasted or baked until golden and crispy, creating an aromatic indulgence that pairs wonderfully with pasta dishes, soups, salads, and more.
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IN FROZEN BREAD
350
CAL / 100G
$0.14
AVG / OZ
Garlic Bread
63%
CARBS
25%
FAT
13%
PROTEIN
Garlic Bread FAQ
What is Garlic Bread?
What kind of bread should I use for Garlic Bread?
How do I make garlic butter for Garlic Bread?
Should I toast or bake the Garlic Bread?
Can I make Garlic Bread ahead of time?
Can I make Garlic Bread without butter?
How can I make my Garlic Bread more crispy?
What can I serve with Garlic Bread?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Garlic Bread expire?
When stored properly and unopened, store-bought garlic bread can last for 1-2 weeks past its 'sell by' date, if refrigerated. However, once opened or made at home, it’s best consumed within 3-4 days at room temperature or up to a week if refrigerated. If you choose to freeze your garlic bread, it can last up to 3 months.
How do you tell if Garlic Bread is bad?
Garlic bread that has gone bad tends to develop mold, a sure sign it should be tossed. It could also have an off or stale smell, which is an indication that it is spoilt. Moreover, if the bread has turned hard or crumbly, it is likely stale and past its prime. The garlic topping can also change color or dry out, leading to a less appealing taste.
Tips for storing Garlic Bread to extend shelf life
• Always store garlic bread in a cool and dry place to avoid moisture build-up. • If the garlic bread is store-bought, try to use the original packaging as it is designed to maintain freshness. • To keep homemade garlic bread fresh, wrap it tightly in aluminum foil or plastic wrap to prevent air exposure. • Refrigeration can also help extend the life of garlic bread by slowing down the mold growth; just make sure it's well covered. • For longer storage, you can freeze garlic bread. Simply wrap it tightly in aluminum foil and place in a zip-top freezer bag. • When you're ready to enjoy your frozen garlic bread, you can defrost it at room temperature for 30 minutes or directly heat it in the oven.
EXPIRES WITHIN
11 - 29
DAYS
Health Info
Macros
5g
CARBS
1g
FAT
1g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
MILK
GLUTEN
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